Risk of Rapids

Now you might be thinking that high quality actually equates to risk that is certainly when it’s done rapidly. Yeah, a little bit of a pun there. Sorry about the very obvious clanging pun. But you know that the idea of rapidity, you know, and rapids are very closely connected, right? And and we’re going to go over the precipice. Well, fee not, you won’t, you won’t actually crash 100 hundreds of feet down the Niagara Falls, okay? This ain’t gonna happen with this approach. I absolutely promise promise you what high quality and rapid actually means is adhering to certain standards in the thing that you’re doing in the way that we approach things. First of all ethical Yeah. I happen to believe that no business can survive, that can really be sustainable. Certainly no online course can truly succeed unless there’s a strong ethical underpinning in what you’re doing. So that is important. Secondly, technical. There are certain basic practice parameters if you like certain basic practices and basic setups that will get you a high quality technical result in your course making, and we’ll get we’re going to cover those, I’m going to give you some great tips on that. Things that basically are super useful to know, to keep the tank simple, but the results, high quality that’s important. And thirdly, and but last, but certainly not least, it is actually about the teaching. It’s about the instructing. It’s about the way that the material is presented, sequenced and presented. And students are taken on the learning journey through high quality teaching. And although an hour or an hour and a half, which is what we’ve got in this course, today, is quite quite short, really, to really get into that. I’m going to try to give you enough of the architecture of that enough of the if you like the bones of that for you to be able to start to build on that yourself in the future. But for now, I’d invite you to kind Think back and think about who in your childhood or perhaps in university was a truly inspirational teacher? Yeah, who were the teachers who actually really got you to learn stuff, got you enthusiastic, got you curious, got you going off on your own research journeys, got you doing the homework, got you getting results, and perhaps put you on a path later in life that was truly useful. Because when you reflect about who really who truly great teachers are, then I think that’s, that’s actually a great guide. It’s a great navigational compass to actually find the thing which is important. Yeah. Now, a quick I suppose, overview of what we’re going to be covering in the course. As I said, we’re going to be covering principles and practical approaches. And we’re going to be covering a very simple sequence to keep in your mind about how you strategize and approach online courses to be able to make them rapidly but a very high quality And that basically boils down to energy. It’s about curriculum, the designing the curriculum inside the courses. It’s about the recording practices you put into play when you’re recording the courses. And it’s about the editing approaches that you take when you’ve actually done all recording. Okay? And so it’s very simple sequencing really, to produce a high quality course. But one of the important things is to produce courses which are actually marketable, which will sell which actually have a currency in the market. And we’re going to be digging into that as well, because sometimes people get very caught up, and very hung up and very conflicted about the requisites or what are perceived to be the requisites of the market and what they actually knew how to teach or want to teach. And that becomes quite painful for people. So we’re going to dive into that as well. Yeah.