Please let us see the grammar/Tips in modules -- perhaps by hovering over the module or an index
I've learned participles, and I know I need work on them. But where are they? For me to find them again, I have to click through each module--were they taught in medical? In school? SO now I have to click on each module.
This is also a consistent duolingo website design flaw. Where do I find that forum for esperanto posts again? Where can I see the graph of all the XP I've earned since I started? Where can I find a list of all the sentences I'm following so I can dive into them?
There used to be a "Words" page in the early days of Duolingo; I think what you're asking for would be useful and could have been made part of an improved Words page.
They brought Words back briefly in an A/B test (https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3324197), but it seems to have not made it back. I have no idea why it was removed or why it didn't come back after that test. I think some would call it "streamlining" the site, or something, but I think most would call it removing useful features for no reason. (Apologies if this does still exist in some form and I'm being dumb.)
You're definitely not "being dumb," because if this does still exist, it's hidden--whether hidden deliberately or not.
It's ironic that the Web became a huge success, in large part, by building on the inherent power of hypertext to make everything easier to cross-reference, to search, to find -- and now we've got websites that don't even supply the most basic sort of index or table of contents you'd have found in the back of a basic Esperanto Level 1 textbook.
And I searched (both on-site Duolingo and Google to site-specific) hoping to find the participle lesson, but that yielded no useful results, because of course it just dumps, unsorted, every instance of the word "participle" appearing.