We recommend that all courses on BuiltIntelligence include recap exercises/tasks that helps users apply their knowledge to real world scenarios. In our courses these exercises are often referred to as "Lets Recap" exercises. These exercises draw on the tried and tested principle of spaced repetition and also makes course content more digestible because its presented from a user’s perspective.
Because we strongly believe in the power of active learning, it is a requirement for all premium courses to include at least 2 recap exercises per course. This provides your users regularly spaced reinforcement of the learning and adds meaningful and memorable interactivity.
Here are three tips for creating Let’s recaps that your users will benefit from:
- Use characters in suitable job roles to frame the task.
- Make the narrative for the task instructions relevant and easy to understand.
- Keep it concise so you test the users understand of the subject not their reading skills.
Examples of recap exercises
Max’s colleague has come back with some further queries on Defined Cost, can you help them? They are a bit confused about what purpose Defined Cost serves each main option.
- It’s used to assess CEs and Price for Work Done to Date*
- It’s used to assess the Price for Work Done to Date only
- It’s used to assess CEs but only where the parties agree
- Its use depends on which secondary options is chosen
John got a handful of NEC3 ECC communication that the project team need to respond to, can you help work out which need doing when?
- Prepare quotation within 3 weeks
- Reply to quotation within 2 weeks
- Respond to CE notification within 1 weeks
- Respond to a reminder within 2 weeks
- Respond to CE notification within 2 weeks
Need more help crafting your exercises?
If you’d like feedback on your course tasks, we’re here to help! Email your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org, or share them with our contributor community in the BuiltIntelligence Contributor Centre.
'at least 2 recap exercises' should be 'at least two recap exercises'
teach@ and broken links need attention.
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