Final Course Prototype Walkthrough

Hello everyone! Here is the final submission of our course prototype, developed by me and Anchal . It has been quite a long journey over the last few months, learning new and innovative technologies. As I was not initially tech-savvy, I encountered several challenges with using different platforms. However, with time, I became more accustomed to them. I occasionally faced issues with logging in and accessing certain features, but eventually, I managed to overcome them with the help of technology.

Initially, Anchal and I struggled to decide the coursework since we are not currently teaching. However, we ultimately decided to create a profile based on the voluntary work we are involved in and we chose English Literacy classes for refugee immigrants.  In my first blog post, I shared my REFLECTION and experience in online learning. I particularly enjoyed using the Learning Management System (LMS) and the LUMI interactive videos, which were new to me and quite fascinating. One of the most valuable aspects of this course was receiving feedback on our course prototype. It was a bit of a game-changer, and I have since made improvements to my course profile.

While this work is not yet complete, it marks the beginning of a long journey in this digital platform.

Here is a link of final submission. Thank you for the wonderful terms.


  1. Lauren Bradshaw

    Thank you for sharing this. I can relate to not being tech-savvy, and some of the challenges! Canvas and Google Translate were good choices I think. For the class introductions, I used the same approach – giving participants the option of writing an introduction or using video. I think giving them the choice will encourage them to participate in a way that they are comfortable with. Great idea to include the welcome video as well, as it really personalizes the course. I also like that you included the informal greetings in module 1 – I think when teaching languages, we forget those ones sometimes? I remember your Lumi interactive video, which was great! Very practical. The exercises you created for students to practice were very practical as well, as well as the reading comprehension activity. Fantastic idea to share the peer samples, as others can learn from them. For participants whose first language is Ukrainian, Arabic, etc., seeing different writing styles is also helpful. Had you considered using Duolingo as well for activities? I know a lot of our international students at the university use it. Good work!

    • Jasvinder Kaur

      Thankyou Lauren for your insights. Thanks for the idea of Duolingo I will surely try in my next sessions.

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