You’re on the move with your course. You’ve got the content in tip top shape and you’re working on creating engaging worksheets that help your learners reflect and take action. Isn’t that what an online course should do? Help people take action?
Courses should help learners take action on the content.
We make meaningful changes from doing, not from knowing. (Click here to tweet this.)
Now, we all know there are two schools of people: Those old schoolers (like moi) who want to print worksheets out and use their archaic pencils to write and brainstorm. And then there’s the others. We’ll call them the new schoolers, who don’t want to mess with printing or stray papers. They want to type their answers directly into the sheet.
Well, we can deliver the best of both worlds right? Just like a good ‘ol pair of jeans, people have different ways of learning right? Some prefer visuals. Some prefer audio. Some prefer to type. Some prefer to write.
It’s always a great idea to have activities that reflect more than one learning style.
This tutorial will walk you through making your worksheets fillable so that people can type directly into them on their computer. This is great for online courses, workbooks, worksheets, and other PDFs.
And, if you’re looking to create your own rockin’ PDFs, check out Christie Halmick’s The PDF Workshop. You won’t be disappointed!
Click on the Sample Worksheet
to practice making your
It’s Your Turn, in the comments below, let me know how do you plan to ensure that you meet the needs of your diverse learners?