5 Steps to Add a Course to Your Online Teacher Business
"Keep it simple. Make sure that your course is laser focused, very targeted, and that it does what you say it will do."
~Erica Terry (16:23)
Here's some highlights from this episode:
Now as educators, we understand instructional design like no one else in the world, we understand how to put lessons together to create units, how to connect all of the pieces like this is what we do for a living.
03:39 - Step 1
05:00 - Step 2
07:27 - Step 3
08:45 - I cannot stress enough how important it is to make sure that your courses are simple, targeted, laser focus, and they help teachers to overcome a specific teacher problem. And so you don't want to stretch this course out 9 weeks, 12 weeks, 18 weeks.
16:23 - Step 4
17:11 - Step 5
21:19 - You deserve better and I hate to tell you, but nobody's gonna make it better. You have to make it better for yourself. That's why I'm bringing together 20 of the Top Edupreneurs and they're going to be equipping you with the skills and strategies that you need to turn your classroom knowledge into a profitable online business. It's all pulling down on August 30th through September 3rd at the Edupreneur Success Summit and Tickets are on sale now. It's a Virtual Conference 5 Days over 20 Presentations, live Q&As, Giveaways, and the only thing that's missing if you. Grab your ticket today at www.edupreneurssuccess.com.
Here's your Power Hour Assignment:
- Make the mindset shift to keep it simple.
- Identify a specific #teacherproblem to address in your course
- Outline a specific solution
- Develop content
- Add course to Thinkific or Kajabi
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