Micro-Course Structure

HOW courses follow the rule of three. Each section has three lessons, and each lesson has a specific and standardized structural approach to help keep content consistent and ensure it is easy to navigate and find information you need.

Lesson Part 1 – Summary

If you just want the cliff notes and a no fluff highlight of the concept this the section for you. It will usually include three components:

– Text ( brief explanation)
– Image ( If applicable )
– Audio Clip ( Narrative Voice of the text. )

Lesson Part 2 – Concept Explanation

This is where you will find the main meat of the concept and the most information. Designed to give you a thorough explanation as clearly and concisely as possible. You will notice a similar structure here.

– Text ( brief explanation)
– Image ( If applicable )
– Audio Clip ( Narrative Voice of the text. )

Lesson Part 3 – Applying Knowledge

Here you will be provided an opportunity to see examples of how the concept can be applied to a real life situations, and potentially an opportunity to apply the concept immediately in an interactive section below.

– Text ( brief explanation)
– Audio Clip ( Narrative Voice of the text. )
– Interactive Practice Module ( coming soon! )

Additional content is made available to help add extra value to the courses for those interested in more content.

Bonus Content

Deep dives are podcasts or video calls with academic and industry experts sharing their insights and experiences to help you get the most out of each lesson.  This is optional content, and is designed to add additional value added rather than being core to the course.

Other deep dive content may include valuable insights from students who have taken the course and successfully used the course material to overcome a problem.

Interactive Modules

Currently no interactive modules are available. This portion of the training is intended for 2021 or later as the course catalog continues to develop. These interactive modules will be compatible with multiple major platforms such as pc/mac/android/ios, etc through WebGL delivery.

The intent is that these interactive components help make the course concepts easier to understand and apply.

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