My plan is to provide an assignment after most lectures to allow the student to practice the concept. Ideally, to encourage the student to do the assignment, I would state the assignment objective at the end of the lecture. In the assignment itself I would restate the objective, wait a few beats, then provide a video screencast showing what I consider an appropriate solution.
Has anyone structured their course like this? Is it even possible?
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It's so embarrassing that I have yet to learn Assignments and use them. I began early having students submit project work via the Q&A section of the course. Then Udemy released Assignments and I never cut over.
General question: Has everyone adopted assignments? Are they any better than simply having students submit assignments via the Q&A section of the course? Are there significant differences? Perhaps I need to do some invetigation...
Still, I would offer per-section projects rather than per-lecture projects. Of course, I would assume that your choice depends on how long your lectures are.