LMS 101: Schoology
Get to know the “ins-and-outs” of Schoology through this 3-part series via an “on-demand”, or asynchronous course where educators can take a deeper dive on their own schedule. Weekly office hours are also available to support individual questions and deeper learning.
“On-Demand” LMS 101 Course
Learn your district’s LMS at your own pace and schedule!
Participants will experience the same 3-part curriculum as the “live” sessions when taking this online Canvas-based course. They will also have the opportunity to discuss, collaborate & share resources with other educators using the same LMS throughout the course. Office hours will be available for personalized assistance as well.
Six clock hours will be available for participants who complete the course.
Schoology Office Hours
Do you have questions about the “nuts and bolts” of Schoology? To better support newer users we have expanded office hours for live supports to all Washington educators. Office hours offer individualized LMS support each week.
Join us for weekly office hours! Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8-9 AM and 3:30- 4:30 PM
No registration is necessary, just click on the button at the designated time to join.
Schoology Recorded Sessions & Presentations
Session recordings and presentations have been made available for attendees who would like to re-watch the sessions and for those who are interested in learning about Schoology but were not able to attend the sessions. We will not be offering clock hours for watching the recordings. If you are interested in clock hours, you may sign up for a future LMS 101 “live” session or register for the “on demand” Canvas course above. “Selecting an LMS Platform” is no longer available to register for clock hours.
Selecting an LMS Platform: Schoology Overview
LMS 101: Schoology
We will not be offering clock hours for watching the recordings.
Part 1 Session
Part 2 Session
Part 3 Session
Direct any questions to your regional contact listed below.
Learning Management System (LMS) training and support provided by the AESD for the 2020-21 school year is made possible by federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding through the CARES Act to Washington State.