Create Your Student Manual
And Other Resources
Everything you need to know to develop your student resources, including your student manual. We'll look at important legal considerations regarding copyright, best practices for sourcing material, thinking beyond the "paper trap," and organizing your materials. We'll also examine best practices for design clarity and how you can create a sweet manual on any budget.
Legally source images, videos, and copy from the web
Choose an index format appropriate for your training
Describe the pro’s and con’s of photos versus illustrations
Create a handout using best practices for educational design
Welcome Video: About This CourseFREE PREVIEW
How To Take This Course
Meet Your Faculty
Technical Requirements & Support
Thinking Outside The Box
The Welcome Section
Creating Your Asana Section
Rachel helps yoga teachers and studios around the world create transformational education experiences so that they can thrive in their business, share their passion, and inspire more people to practice yoga. Her extensive knowledge and experience include earning two master’s degrees, authoring five books, leading over twenty 200-hour teacher trainings, building a teacher training department for a national yoga studio, and working in yoga studio management for more than fifteen years. She combines her extensive practical experience with her academic expertise (Masters in Instructional Systems and Learning Technology) to help yoga teachers and studios develop quality, transformational in-person and online educational programs.
As a yoga expert, has written for periodicals such as Yoga International and the Huffington Post, made guest appearances on CTV, Breakfast Television, and numerous podcasts, and presented at venues such as Wanderlust and the Omega Institute. She exuberantly shares her knowledge and skills through coaching, her blog, YouTube channel, and free online classes. Find her at rachelyoga.com or on social media at rachelscottyoga.