Here’s what you can expect from the Master Classes.
I like to keep things consistent, so no matter what the topic is, you’ll know what to expect. We’ll get in a rhythm which helps with learning and retention.
Here is the structure of Master Classes:
Contains 3-4 chapters, each which takes about an hour to complete.
Chapters contain 3-5 video lessons.
Video Lesson (10-20 minutes)
- Key Points - each video has 3 key points that will be presented in the video and recapped at the end of the video.
- Tip - where appropriate, I’ll share a tip that directly relates to what you’re learning.
- Seed - If I mention a concept that we’ll explore further later, I’ll let you know so you can set your questions aside.
- Jan’s view - I also let you know when I throw in my 2-cents worth, which is your queue to use your own judgement.
Each video has a PDF document you can download and view in iBooks or print as a reference.
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At the top of each transcript, you’ll see:
- A link to the video in the course.
- The exact model of device and version of iOS that was used in the video.
- The date the video was recorded.
- If the video was updated, the updated date will also be included.
Note - the transcript is a companion to the video. It doesn’t make much sense when reading stand-alone.
Cheat Sheets and Diagrams
- Some lessons include cheat sheets and diagrams which are PDF’s you can view in iBooks or print.
- Cheat sheets are designed to be a reference you can use later when it’s time to perform a task.
- Diagrams are used when a visual reference is needed to illustrate a concept.
- Assignments are presented at the end of each lesson. Completing the online form let’s me know you’ve completed your assignment.
- Assignments are designed to allow you to practice what you learn
- You can view the assignment before you watch the video.
- The assignment is also included at the end of the transcript PDF.