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Deciding on your subject area

Now it’s your turn to think about the learning aim for your resource.

In Step 2.10 we are going to ask you to submit your learning aim for peer review in order to get some feedback from your fellow learners. If you are clear about the subject for your resource, then you can move on to Step 2.10 now.

However, if you want some help deciding on a subject for a resource, you can use the comments below to get help from fellow learners.

Start by outlining the area in which you work and who you think your learners might be:

  • Are there any subjects that people find difficult in this area?
  • Are there any issues that you need to explain over and over again?
  • Are there any particular topics that you have a passion to communicate to others?

You might also find others with a similar subject interest to you who you may want to collaborate with in Weeks 3, 4 and 5 to create your storyboard and specification. Maybe you would like to follow fellow learners with similar subject interests?

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