Teachable Moments By Ed Young

Teachable Moments By Ed Young

Teachable offers many learning engagement tools, including content drip, which drips new content according to a date. You can also set prerequisites to ensure students watch the lessons in the correct order. Teachable offers three types of course compliance: self-directed, automatic, and customized. It does not support advanced quizzing, but it does allow for certificate and certification creation. With the help of these features, you can create and send personalized course certificates to your students.

Teachable is a robust platform that enables course creators to create a professional-looking online course. It allows multiple administrators, making it ideal to create multimedia learning environments. A free plan provides unlimited bandwidth and allows you to host as many courses as you want. Other features include student coaching and integration with Calendly. This integration makes it possible to schedule online courses to accommodate your clients. Teachable makes it easy to create online courses, and make money.

While many online learning platforms do not offer phone support or live chat, Teachable does provide a Facebook group where members can ask questions. Teachable also offers a number of payment plans. The free plan is a great way to try the platform out before investing in a paid subscription. If you plan to use Teachable long-term, a paid subscription is better. However, you must remember that the free plan does not allow you to sell courses, which is not recommended.

You want students to be able to absorb the course content. Adding interactive experiences makes your courses stand out from the competition. Both Teachable and Kajabi offer built-in quizzes or assessments. Teachable even allows you to add multiple choice quizzes into your lectures. These are referred to as lessons. You should know that Teachable’s basic plan does not allow you to create graded quizzes and does NOT track student scores.

Prices vary depending on the course. You can choose to pay for a course all at once or pay for it monthly or on a recurring basis. You can then choose to grant access for a certain period of time or to charge a one-time fee. In addition to this, Teachable also offers affiliate programs for earning commissions when you refer people to your courses. These affiliate programs allow you to create your own coupon codes to promote the courses.

Pricing for Teachable is dependent on how many students you have and the courses you want to create. Basic plans are free and allow unlimited students and courses. The Basic plan is only 5% of the total course price, but the Professional and Business plans do not require any payment fees. The latter two plans are also designed for larger businesses. You can choose which plan works best for your teaching needs by checking out the different plans. The basic plan is great for new teachers, and allows them to get to know the platform before they commit to a higher-level plan.

To make a course, all you have to do is log into your Teachable account. Logging in will allow you to create an online course, sell it, and even create your own membership site. This means that you’ll no longer need to manage your website or create an online course. Teachable allows you to start making a full-time living by creating your own course. All it takes is a little time to set up.