Once you're ready, you can start designing your Course Path for your cohorts to work through. A Path leads learners step-by-step through everything they should learn in a course. A Path is made up of two core parts: lessons and steps.
Steps are a single learning action a learner should take: a video to watch, something to read, a quiz or test, a project to-do, a guided discussion — you name it. Steps help learners understand, practice, apply, and articulate each concept or skill they're learning in a bite-size way.
Lessons are a sequence of multiple steps that usually cover one concept. Some concepts are simple enough to teach in only one Lesson while others take multiple Lessons.
Let's take a look at how easy it is to start designing your course:
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See more about how to build your course content. We'll take you step-by-step through creating your first course and uploading your material into lessons and steps.
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