You can use assessments in your courses to take a reading of where your course members are at, and unearth areas for growth and change. Similar to working with someone individually, you can administer assessments over the span your course.
At the start of the course, you can gather information about where your course members are at currently. You can tailor your course depending on this reading.
Throughout the course, you can adminster forms as either a self-assessment tool, or a way for you to deepen your course work. For instance, in a course on Stress Management, you might want to create and administer a Priorities and Time management assessment which allows course members to chart where they spend the majority of their time, and whether it is aligned with their values and priorities. You could then link this to other coaching tools, such as asking them to journal about what they have discovered, or take action in some way.
Assessments and forms are valuable in running your courses because they allow your course members to assess themselves, measure their own progress, and thus become a better partner towards their own success.
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