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How to Create Your Course Curriculum

This article discusses how to build the curriculum under your course.

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Written by Filippo Schiano di Pepe
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This article discusses how to build the curriculum under your course. You can create as many lessons/modules as you want as long as they are within the course dates and you can tailor them based on your needs. We will discuss the steps below.

If you are not directed to the Curriculum page, start by clicking on Curriculum, then click on Edit.

1. Creating the Lesson

  • Let us begin by filling in the following field:

    • Lesson Name. Give a descriptive name to the lesson.

    • Lesson Description. Add the lesson’s details such as topics covered and how it is structured and what to expect during the lesson.

    • Module Dates. When are the modules available and for how long can be set up here, selecting a start and end date or run continuously.

      • Continuous. It is possible to insert new elements or activities within the lesson while ongoing.

      • Scheduled. The lesson is only available from the scheduled start and end date.

    • Notification Reminder. Set a notification reminder to be sent via email.

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How to Create Your Curriculum
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2. Adding Elements.

Click on (+) Add Element on the left side of the screen. Currently, we have eleven (11) elements that we can utilize to maximize the learning experience. Let’s check their features and how to build them below:

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How to Create Your Curriculum

1. Zoom Meeting. Add Zoom as a video conferencing tool to have live sessions with participants. The sessions can also be recorded for those who could not attend.


2. Video. Upload a video file or embed an online video from YouTube. Create a lesson with a pre-recorded video. This element is perfect for creating an asynchronous video lesson.


3. Meeting Link. Add any video conferencing tool you choose to have live sessions with participants. The sessions can also be recorded for those who could not attend.


4. Content. Upload textual content with images and attach any file. This element is perfect for creating a textual lesson, giving your learners the chance to study documents and files.


5. Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM). Upload your SCORM file and run it inside Teachfloor. With this element, you can easily create a lesson based on your SCORM file. Your participants will be able to view and interact with the content of the SCORM file.


6. Embed. Paste an embed code from your favorite app into your course. Participants will be able to view and interact directly with the third-party apps on Teachfloor.


7. Multiple Choice Quiz. Create a quiz in minutes and interactively test people's knowledge. Evaluate participants' learning with a quiz at the end of your session.


8. Poll. Create a multiple-question survey. The survey activity is a smart way to get open, honest feedback you probably wouldn't otherwise get. Allowing learners to share their opinions will help keep your course on the road to success.


9. Submission. Create a participant task in minutes. Allow participants to submit any text, files, and links.


10. Submission and Instructor Review. Create a participant task in minutes. Allow participants to submit any text, files, and links. Review the participant's task, give learners feedback, and let them reflect on it.


11. Submission and Peer Review. Allow participants to submit any text, files, and links. To complete this task, participants must review their peers' submissions.


12. Tags. For various reasons, it works like stickers that help you see differences between students. You might use them to assign different jobs to students during group work or activities.


13. Self Review. Allow learners to reflect on their submissions. It can be fully creative or you can also create rubric questions.


14. Feedback Reflection. Allow learners to check and comment on their peers' submissions using a set of guidelines that you can set.


You may build and add a New Lesson by clicking (+) Add New Lesson on the left side of the screen and following the same steps above. Once everything is all set, you may now publish the course by clicking "Publish Course" on the top right side of your screen.

Below is an example of a newly built Lesson/Module.

  • On the left side is the overview of the lesson. The elements added are below the lesson title.

  • This example is a view of the first element of the Lesson.

  • You may edit the element anytime should the need arise.

  • Students must click Mark as Completed upon fulfilling the requirements of the element before progressing to the next stage.

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If you have additional questions, please contact us. We will be more than happy to help.


Once done it's time to Publish your course

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