Design the course









A course is a sequence of experiences. Experiences are reading lessons, completing exercises, and other things students do. When you design a course, you decide what experiences you would like students to have, and arrange them in a sequence.

Skilling helps implement course designs. However, it does not mandate a particular course design method.

Skilling helps document course designs.

You can decide whether design pages can be accessed only by authors and instructors, or whether anyone can see them. For example, you could let students see the design pages.

To summarize, Skilling does not mandate a particular course design method. Use the methods you want. Skilling will help you create a course from your design. It has many elements from the learning design literature.

Skilling helps you document your design. You can choose whether to share the documents with students.