JigsawBox is a platform that is able to handle interactive learning between Coach and Client using a few ways like the forum option. It also has another fantastic feature – the questions section of a module. Using this element of JigsawBox can be extremely beneficial if you think a bit farther outside the box than you normally would. Here’s a few tips on what you can do with questions and how to use them:
The Basics of Questions
Adding your questions is easy – so add your questions at will. However, remember that once you enter your questions, AND make your module live, AND have a client in that module you will be unable to delete or edit those same questions. JigsawBox wants to make sure that all the questions and answers make sense, and by doing this we eliminate the chance of this occurring.
Questions – How Should You Use Them?
Use the questions section of your modules to learn about your client and all of their experiences. Ask them questions relevant to both their lives and your content – that way you get a better idea of who they are, what they need, and how you might tailor your program toward their personality and individuality.
Feedback and Quality Control
Do you genuinely want to know what your clients think of the program? Interested in how you can improve you’re coaching? Needing feedback on what your clients want next from you and what more you can do for them as a coach? The questions feature of JigsawBox is perfect for this! Questions are a great way to understand what you could be providing to your clients in the future.
So sounds a bit odd, right? Wrong! One of the best ways to use your modules and questions is to make it a journal. Here is one way to do it:
- Make a package and entitle it, “Learning Journal”.
- Make your modules according to day, month, or week.
- In each module ask “Journal” questions such as:
- What was your experience this week?
- What obstacles did you face?
- What did you succeed at the most?
- Reflect on what you’ve learned – what lesson did you need the most?
There you go. The basics, three great ways to use questions, and now you have the tools to use your JigsawBox!