Cohort-based learning is a collaborative learning style in which a group of individuals advance through an educational journey together.
They usually have a clear start point and an end point and they give participants a larger role in their learning journey.
Here are a few examples of what you could include in your cohort-based course:
- Live group sessions, where you can combine lectures and workshops with group activities and active learning/
- The group can use the Cluster chat to ask questions, get to know each other and consult each other regarding the material and their progress
- Share relevant content to Cluster members
- Create polls, surveys and questionnaire to monitor the group's progress with the material
- Offer optional add-on 1:1 time with you for extra help to those who need it
And so many more options!
Find examples on our courses page here.