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Create an Engaging Course
Whether you've been teaching for years or are teaching for the first time, you can make an engaging course. We've compiled resources and best practices to help you get to the next level, no matter where you're starting.
Video contents are very important in order to attract students, create simple instruction video to make complicated knowledge or skill become easier.
This list includes:
-Sexually explicit content
-Content relating to making, handling or using weapons
-Content promoting violence or bodily harm
-Hate speech or discriminatory language
-Content enabling illegal or unethical behavior
-Content that is intentionally misleading or deceptive
-Content that violates any applicable national law
-Harmful or otherwise inappropriate content
We reserve the right to add to and modify this list at any time. If you see a topic that you believe should not be on the platform, please email email@example.com.
Step 1: Choose your course topic. Pick something you're experienced in and genuinely excited about. Maker Kluang has a few useful tools to help you understand the demand and competition for your chosen topic.
Step 2: Define your target student and course goals. Before you begin creating content for your course, it's important to determine who you are teaching and where you want to take your students by the end of your course. Check out these worksheets and questions to help guide your thinking.
Step 3: Decide how students will practice what you’re teaching. Maker Kluang students love being hands-on with their learning: they want to practice what they've learned through exercises, activities, case studies, and more! There are lots of different types of practice you can include, so you'll want to choose what’s best for your topic.
Step 4: Create your course outline. Your course outline is the foundation for your course--this is where you decide how you will structure and visualize your content. We have an outline template that can help you get started!
Step 5: Script your course. Once you know how your course will be structured, the next step is to prep for filming your lectures. Most instructors find that scripting each lecture (or writing bullet point notes) helps to reduce filming time and increases the smoothness of their delivery.