In working on a self-paced Faculty course, I'd like to use Mastery Paths (and maybe eventually badges). It's quite a learning curve for me and I've found some good information in the Canvas Guides and in the Community. But I've not found how to best mix a mastery path along with a conventional path through the modules. For example: a new Faculty member may choose to just work through the modules as they are sequentially arranged to build on knowledge. With Mastery Levels another faculty may take a module assessment and then depending on their grade, be routed to materials. How would I best combine the two into one course? I've not found a way yet, to direct someone to a module vs a content page, assignment, etc.
@judy_harmon , welcome! If all of your pages are in the Module, then set your Mastery Path score high -- like 90%- 100%. This way, only those who want to take the quiz and move on can. I'd make each module a new idea -- assessments, discussions, pages, etc. (Of course, you have to have an assessment as the first thing in each module, and set up the Mastery Path with the assessment.)
Best of luck!
@judy_harmon I am also looking at Mastery Paths as a potential tool for faculty training. Do you have any updates you can share on your progress or your experience using Mastery Paths in self-paced faculty training?
Unfortunately, I set the project aside for now. I still think it's an ideal course to use Mastery Paths with, but I've not made any progress. Sorry I can't be more helpful!