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CHECKLIST: THE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO PLANNING A MICRODEGREE
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List your purpose according to the Purpose Test.
List your top five passions according to the Passion Test,
List 5 ways in which you're bringing your purpose into your microdegree.
List 5 ways in which you're bringing your passions into your microdegree.
Complete your WHY for creating your course that incorporates your passion and purpose.
List the most appropriate GeniusU tools for delivering your content according to your natural strengths.
Describe how you should be using question assessments and slider assessments according to your leadership style.
Explain how you would combine playbook and video so that it feels right for you.
List your two top variables that pertain to the people who you would like to transform.
Using the 4-quadrant method, list the 4 segments based on your two top variables.
List the key insights for planning your microdegree based on understanding your WHO.
Given the WHY you created in the previous step, describe the segment you'd like to transform first.
Indicate the number of hours per week can you allocate towards planning, creating, and uploading your content.
Indicate how many hours per week you can allocate towards marketing your content.
Indicate how many hours per week you can allocate towards supporting your learners.
List the projects that you need to first complete in preparation for supporting your learners.
Decide a realistic launch date for your microdegree.
Based on your unique combination of Genius frequencies, explain how much time you should be spending creating, connecting, relationship building, project managing, and putting systems and processes in place.
Describe the activities you should rather outsource or partner with others to complete.
Describe your roll-out plan for your microdegree considering the different learning styles of Dynamos, Blazes, Tempos, and Steels.
What do you want your WHO to know about your course topic? Make a list.
What do you want your WHO to understand about your course topic? Make a list.
What do you want your WHO to apply once they understand your course topic? Make a list.
List your knowledge-level course objectives.
List your understanding-level course objectives.
List your application-level course objectives.
List the lessons for your course.
List the know-understand-apply questions you'd like to ask for each lesson.
Convert your answers into objectives using the appropriate verbs.
List possible slider assessments for each of your lessons.
List possible question assessments for each of your lessons.