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Guitar1969
post Jul 8 2008, 11:09 PM
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This is a noob question, but I have been away from GMC for awhile and alot has changed. I created a lesson plan from the "Start Here" option on the home page, which added lessons with a subtitle "Beginner Rock". My question is how do I just view this particular lesson plan and possibly modify it as I progress - This is different from "my bookmarks" which have this specific lesson plan as well as various lessons I've added which are not in this lesson plan. Is there a "Lesson Planner" link somewhere that I am missing, that allows me to just view my named lesson plan and edit it, other than the bookmarks section which isn't exactly the same thing.

Sorry is this covered somewhere I missed - I searched the forums and did not find an answer

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Ivan Milenkovic
post Jul 9 2008, 01:45 AM
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You can check out other members public lesson plans to maybe get some ideas.


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post Jul 9 2008, 07:26 AM
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I guess by my lack of responses I maybe didn't clarify my confusion. Its not another question on what I should work on - I know what I need to focus on. I am just curious on how to use the Lesson Planner feature of GMC to its fullest. I know I can create an initial lesson plan on the home page at the "Start Here" link, and can pick lessons for it, which then become my bookmarks. The problem as I see it, is there is no way that I see you can edit a lesson plan once you initially create it, other than manually removing lessons from the named plan and creating another one, all over again from scratch, unless there is another Lesson Planner tool I am not aware of other than the link on the home page The point being, I wish there was a way to do 2 things:
1) Edit an existing lesson Plan I created previously
2) have the ability to name the lesson plan myself - based upon what I am working on (Rather than Beginner Rock or Intermediate Country, etc)

Is this not possible under the current configuration?


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post Jul 10 2008, 08:07 AM
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There is a way to 'mark' the lessons I already did, or add some comments (like, 'continue on this lesson after mastering one other lesson'), or something like that?



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post Jul 10 2008, 01:16 PM
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I think Kris can answer those questions better, because they after all made the system. Maybe you could PM or something.


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post Jul 10 2008, 01:19 PM
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You're right- the lessons from the lesson planare sent top your bookmarks. If you want to edit them then you'll have to remove whichever ones from your bookmarks you don't want anymore and manually bookmark a new lesson. Or delete them all and try a completly new lesson plan.

^^anyhow, i think thats correct..om 99% sure.
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post Jul 10 2008, 10:15 PM
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QUOTE (DeepRoots @ Jul 10 2008, 05:19 AM) *
You're right- the lessons from the lesson planare sent top your bookmarks. If you want to edit them then you'll have to remove whichever ones from your bookmarks you don't want anymore and manually bookmark a new lesson. Or delete them all and try a completly new lesson plan.

^^anyhow, i think thats correct..om 99% sure.

After not getting much response, I posted it in the Site Suggestion forum, but it still hasn't been looked at.


The good news is GMC has a lot of lessons, the bad news is with that comes more difficulty managing the stuff. I add bookmarks to lessons I want to do later, and don't want to forget about, but by doing that, kind of ruins the whole Lesson Planner feature. I am hoping they will beef up the lesson Planner feature, giving more customizability, down the road. But they have done so much to the site in a positive way, that I sure it is hard to prioritize improvements. I guess I could make my Practice Agenda more of a lesson planner to keep track of what I have done, and what I want to do in the future.


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