This one is for my math homies in my school at out there in the #mtbos!
I've been teaching in Canvas for only a week, and I've already learned out two very important lessons:
- Canvas has a LOT to offer as far as tools to deliver content to my students
- The more I keep my kids ON Canvas, the less confusing the flow of my class will be (which is super important for keeping you, kids, and parents all on the same page!)
So, as a part of my into-the-fire professional learning, I wanted to figure out very quickly if I could import assessments from our McGraw-Hill tools into Canvas to make building my curriculum muuuuuch easier.
Here's how I did it:
- Create your assessment in eAssessment on the McGraw-Hill website
- Go to File --> Export --> QTI Standard --> QTI 2.1 and save the .zip file it creates.
- Go to Canvas and click on the quizzes page or a module to create a new quiz.
- Set the title and due date for your Canvas quiz
- Click on the 3 dots menu in the top right and choose "import content"
- Drag or navigate to the folder with your saved .zip file and upload.
- You're done! Go on over to the quiz settings and tweak how it best fits into your class.