How to Plan a Course on Curious

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Do you have lessons that would work well together as a series? This lesson takes you through the process of planning and creating your first course on Curious.

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Hi - thanks This may tell us how to PLAN a course but how do we actually CREATE a course. Maybe I have missed something but I can't find any info on how you actually create a course once you have made the lessons. Is there any way that we can ONLY have our lessons as part of a course and not have them as individual lessons anyone can find. My lessons work best as part of the course because each exercise leads to the next and so on. What's the point in having step-by-step instructions otherwise
Curious Teacher Support
Hi Robin, thanks for your note! We haven't gotten to making a lesson for that quite yet -- but, you can find the information you're looking for here: Hope that helps! If you have any questions, feel free to email us at
HU Shahir
That is the exact same question that i have how can put our lessons into a course ? I personally dont like your User Experience its way more confusing for the new teacher .
Curious Teacher Support
Hi HU, sorry for the confusion! Currently you can only put lessons into a course once they have been published and approved, using your Course Manager. In the link above ( see the final two steps: "Build your course" and "Submit your course." If you have any additional questions, reach out to us at and we'd be happy to help!
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Sara H
Thank you! Very informative. Bless you.
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Barton Poulson, PhD
I never heard about Google Keyword Planner before, so that's a great tip!
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Thomas Tank
I would love to check out the Lesson Development Toolkit attachment that you mention twice in the lesson - but its not here. :-(
Curious Teacher Support
Looks like we forgot to include the attachment - silly us! You should now be able to find it at the paperclip icon. Happy teaching!
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