A content builder is encouraged to make their content open-source and public. However, they can provide premium content and make it selectively available to their learners.
A content provider could reach out to a wider audience through the Learning Navigator effectively. The Platform offers content providers feedback on the quality and effectiveness of the content and helps content builders to build focused competency oriented learning content.
A course Editor is the Library tool that one can use to build a course on the Navigator. Big questions are more from a Creator’s perspective to define the broad coverage of a particular course in terms of what it addresses. They are not relevant from a learners perspective.
The system supports multi-tenancy, Teachers/Schools can decide if it wants to make its courses available only to its users or to the general public. Accordingly, it can be made into a featured course.
The proficiency assessment comes from each assessment as each of it is tagged and built to test specific competencies. Every time a learner learns a lesson/competency, an assessment tests the proficiency/mastery.
If the learner scores the requisite mastery score in the assessment (as decided by the partner in their tenancy, otherwise usually default at 80%), the competency turns dark blue in the learner proficiency graph and helps in locating the skyline.
If the learner scores less than the requisite score, the system can surface a reroute suggestion that brings up another set of learning content for the same competency.
The student study flow is based on the competency framework. The lessons are created according to the sequence of competencies in the framework. The domains in a framework become units, the competencies become lessons.
In case a flow is required which is different from the competency framework flow, this will need to be specified presently in a spreadsheet to the Gooru team and they can set it accordingly for instructors to use.
The student experience for independent study, right now, still follows the competency framework flow.
The approach in Navigator course building is to ensure there is an assessment (with a set of min 5 questions if possible) for each competency/lesson to be studied. The individual questions can cover the sub-lessons/ micro-competencies covered in the particular competency/lesson.
As a teacher or content creator, you can use the language filter to search for content specific to that language in the Catalogue. On the learner side, the ability to search based on language is not enabled yet.
You can link these courses/content as an external collection/assessment.
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