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How to Create a Course from Scratch: My Workshop at Craft+Commerce 2017

At Craft+Commerce 2017, I presented a workshop on building an online course from scratch. I shared how to come up with lesson plans and designs, validate the idea with your students, and what platforms to use for learning.

Download my free PDF on 18 different product types for bloggers: http://mattragland.com/product-types

You can watch the presentation here (subscribe for more): https://youtu.be/OqZ-fBt0hqg

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How to Create a Course from Scratch: My Workshop at Craft+Commerce 2017

  1. 1. Create Your Course from Scratch Matt Ragland
  2. 2. About Me Head Greeter 👋 @MattRagland
  3. 3. First,✌ things I want your help with.
  4. 4. Reverse Engineering What does a six-figure course look like?
  5. 5. Roadmap to a Six-Figure Course Engages through multiple learning styles Builds on past courses Community & accountability Network effect of peers 1 2 3 4
  6. 6. Is this your first course? It’s primarily an experiment.
  7. 7. Let’s Get to Work! 💪
  8. 8. Be Uniquely You
  9. 9. Designing Lessons
  10. 10. The 4-1-1 4 Lessons, 1 Video, 1 Worksheet
  11. 11. Find Your Medium
  12. 12. 80/20 Rule for Tech
  13. 13. Stacking Habits
  14. 14. Solve the Problem
  15. 15. The Best of Traditional Courses
  16. 16. Build Your Community Give students a space to engage with each other
  17. 17. Two Magic Questions How to make sure you are teaching what the students want to learn
  18. 18. For You: What did you wish you knew about your topic when you started?
  19. 19. For Readers: How are you using this course in your life?
  20. 20. Follow-up: Is anything missing or unclear?
  21. 21. Setting up your course
  22. 22. Picking a Platform Thinkific Teachable
  23. 23. 3 Automations to set up now Buyers Interest Follow Up No Interest Follow Up
  24. 24. Don’t let anything slow you down “ ”
  25. 25. Remember, this is primarily an experiment.
  26. 26. Test, measure, and learn for the next course.
  27. 27. Let’s recap! + final thoughts
  28. 28. How can we help? Q&A

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At Craft+Commerce 2017, I presented a workshop on building an online course from scratch. I shared how to come up with lesson plans and designs, validate the idea with your students, and what platforms to use for learning. Download my free PDF on 18 different product types for bloggers: http://mattragland.com/product-types You can watch the presentation here (subscribe for more): https://youtu.be/OqZ-fBt0hqg

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