Organising learning resources for students
Tips and Tricks Secondary.
Tools: archive, learning path, page, test (and anything else you might fancy).
When teaching a course or a class, there will often be a mix of lectures, tasks, and self-study. By using the tool learning path, you can make all resources available to the students, and still have full control.
In a resource tool, create a page for displaying (and linking to) tasks and resources. Make it as intuitive as possible.
Make as many copies as you have modules and insert in learning path. Each page is then customized with the resources and tasks belonging to that module. (You can start with what you have, and add as much and as often as you like).
This is an example of what it can look like:
Create a test to go between each module. It can be the same for all, like "I confirm to have completed the module", or some control questions:
The finished learning path will be one long line:
The teacher will
control when the student can progress in the learning path, simply
by setting the dates when the tests should be activated. An
in-active test effectively blocks the student's access to
continuing the path past present module, but previous modules will
always be available.
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