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Aug 13th, 2018
Hasty Treat - Building Curriculum for Courses👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes discuss how they create courses, design and build curriculum, as well as insights and best practices for content creation.
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4:32 - Wes' process
- Figure out what to make
- Build the thing you're teaching in the course
- Have it reviewed by experts
- Simplify and create a linear flow for what you're teaching
16:25 - Scott's process
- Chose a topic
- Build the thing
- Create the outline as you go
- Have goals in mind, for individual topics
- Record with final code open
28:25 - How to get started