especially those who already created or just think to create courses, schools, and any other teaching materials.
I noticed the trend that - from my point of view - is ruining the base concept of learning - the quality. Most course makers act in the simplest way: record the video of them talking or showing something and... that's it. Personally, I watched several pretty useful courses done in this way, but besides I watched a lot of other videos that were just a waste of my time. And, regardless of the quality of videos, I found this way of learning quite ineffective.
I understand, it's pretty convenient to create an "evergreen" resource that would sell itself while you are laying on the beach but what about a slightly different approach?
Imagine, you not only create some content, but you also provide feedback, answer questions, check exercises, do 1-on-1 sessions, and even exams? The same as in the university but it's not, it's just inside your course? From my experience (as a mentor), I see this approach the most effective. It definitely should cost more but not insane much as bootcamps, universities, or colleges charge.
What do you think?