Teach Online: How to Create an Effective Course Objective and Avoid a Common Beginner Mistake

Eric Campbell, eLearning Expert | Location Independent

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8 Videos (11m)
    • One of the Biggest Mistakes I See New Online Instructors Make, And How to Fix It

      1:19
    • The 3-Gate Test

      2:06
    • Time to Write Your Own Course Objectives

      0:41
    • Examples of Good and Bad Course Objectives

      2:23
    • Time to Rewrite Your Course Objectives

      0:53
    • Commit Yourself to 1 Course Objective

      0:38
    • Quick Summary of Everything You Did In This Course

      1:00
    • BONUS Video: Real-world Examples Here on SkillShare

      2:24

About This Class

This is the 2nd course in a series that will help you create your own, profitable online course.

Link to 1st course - Teach Online: Everything You Need to Know Before You Create Your Online Course

http://skl.sh/2n9BRYq

In this course you will learn how to create an effective course objective. This is a critical step that you must complete before you start outlining your online course.

One of the biggest mistakes I see new online course instructors make is they take their students on a journey without a clear end goal.

After teaching online courses for 3 years I've come up with a very quick way to create effective course objectives. In this course I show you exactly what I do and then will have you create your own course objectives and submit them for feedback.

See you inside the course!

-Eric

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Eric Campbell

eLearning Expert | Location Independent

Let Me Tell You a Story...

My background as an online instructor started when I was 13 years old. At the time I was playing an online video game called Runescape. One day I wrote a guide on how to make money in that game, sold it on eBay and made a couple hundred dollars. Ever since then I have been hooked to starting random online business ideas.

Then fast forward until I was a sophomore at Penn State University. At that point one of my random business ideas was importing men's...

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