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8. Building a Curriculum (Structured Study Plan)
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Once you have imported and organized your course content, you can build out your curriculum. In BenchPrep’s platform, this is known as the Structured Study Plan. Structured Study Plans are built with Study Tasks (a group of content of one type, like lessons) and Study Task Groups (a group of Study Tasks). Here’s a general organization:


  • Study Task Group A

    • Study Task 1 (lessons)

    • Study Task 2 (flashcards)

    • Study Task 3 (questions)

    • Study Task 4 (test)

  • Study Task Group B

    • Study Task 5 (lessons)

    • (etc.)

In this example, the A and B Study Task Groups organize various Study Tasks. You can decide which content goes into each of the 1–5 Study Tasks. For example, if your content shares categories, you might want students to first go through the lessons of that category, and then study the flashcards of the same category, answer some practice questions on that category, and then take a test on that category.


Here’s an example of a Structured Study Plan in BluePrint:

Here’s the same Structured Study Plan in Learning Platform:


You can set up Prerequisites with your Structured Study Plan. Using the example pictured above, you could “lock” Set 2 until Set 1 has been completed. You can set prerequisites by completion or by score (e.g., “Learner must score 70% on the test before unlocking the next study task or group”).


For a step-by-step walkthrough, see "How do I create a study plan?

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