How to Organize Your Courses: First Steps with Schoology | Part 2

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Dylan Rodgers

Content Strategy Manager and Editor in Chief of the Schoology Exchange

How to Organize Your Courses: First Steps with Schoology | Part 2

Posted in Pro Tips | September 27, 2016

At this point in the semester, those of you who are leading courses have reached an impasse. You know you want to have an iron-clad strategy for organizing your courses, but the opportunity is rushing past you and it would be easier to just shoot from the hip.

Stop right there. That kind of thinking can get you through today, but by the middle of the semester, you could be fishing through mounds of content just hoping to stumble on the right thing.

Luckily, Bradley and our PD Team have you covered with Part 2 of our First Steps with Schoology series.

Get Organized


Last week, Bradley walked you through the basics of setting up your courses on Schoology. Now it's time to get organized. 

In this week's video, he'll illuminate the key concept of using folders in our platform. If they haven't already, folders will change your life and are incredibly important for your success with Schoology.

Bradley will also share a few basic course designs, the mechanics of progressing through your course, and some best practices for saving time and getting the most out of your efforts.

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Don't forget to check out the other parts to this video:

Part 1 | How to Set Up New Courses

Part 3 | How to Share Content with Students

Part 4 | How to Engage Students with Discussions

Part 5 | How to Reuse Content Efficiently


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