Use the following worksheets to map out the hero’s journey within the online learning environment. Each worksheet will guide you through identifying the people, paths and methods you will use to make connections to the monomyth.
Click on the image to the right to create a copy of the framework worksheet of your choosing in Google Docs. You can then fill in the worksheet to your liking, and add collaborators to assist you in planning out your instruction.
This worksheet will help you design a single module or unit of instruction. You can use it to incorporate the Monomyth Online into a small piece of a larger lesson plan or curriculum. It is also super helpful for testing out the framework with a limited scope.
These interactive worksheets will allow you to apply the Monomyth Online to various instructional plans, to include new courses or modules, redesign work, and the creation of student reflection activities around the hero’s journey.
Additionally, if you would like to see examples of the Monomyth Online framework in action, explore the library of use cases collected on this site. You can even share your completed worksheets with other educators as well by submitting to our library of use cases.
This interactive worksheet will help you to design anything from a unit of instruction to a full lesson plan, all built on top of the Monomyth Online framework.
This interactive worksheet will guide you through an analysis of a current unit of instruction or full lesson plan, helping you to incorporate the Monomyth Online framework into a redesign.
This interactive worksheet will allow you to build a custom assignment that guides students through a reflection on their role as a hero in a journey through a lesson.
Explore a collection of use cases submitted by educators leveraging the Monomyth Online framework in their teaching and learning.