27 Part Journey to Starting a Side Hustle — Day Twenty-Two

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  • The instructions for how to build the projects will be captured in the form of video. I’ll be creating three videos for each project. Please note that the following may be a pivot from previous strategies. But after doing all my research, this is what I found many doing. An introduction video that will be between 2–5 minutes. The intention of this video will be to introduce the project and get people excited about it. The next video will be an in depth step-by-step guide on how to build the project. This will break down objectives, the materials needed, question to ask, the actual steps, standards being addressed, and finally an assessment to conduct. Those items were pretty consistent in all my research. There might be other things I’ll include once I conclude my research. Finally, the last video will be more of an educator only video. This video will address concerns that educators may have such as how to scale to classroom size, how to answer questions, how to troubleshoot, how to modify/adapt to the age group, etc. All of these videos will be hosted on Youtube and embedded for each project on the website.
  • The website will be the hardest challenge as I want to incorporate a lot of things. I’ll be tracking progress, have a “classroom” option, and the website will be divided based upon if a student is signed in or an educator. BUT, to get things rolling, I’m going to focus on creating “blog” posts for now while I get the full site going. I should still be able to create all the videos and associated materials while I build the site and then put everything where they’ll go.
  • Finally, the material that I’ll be creating is now mainly defined. I’ll be creating a lesson plan for each project which will be highlighted throughout the video and website. I’ll be creating a few other documents as well such as a parts list (with amazon affiliates), recommended readings, modifications, and worksheets.

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Alex Ortiz

Alex Ortiz

I talk about Atlassian tools (Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket). Follow me on other platforms for all your Atlassian needs: https://linktr.ee/apetech