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Christine who started on Skillshare as a student, now teaches over 2,000 students in her classes.
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Skillshare classes fall into a wide variety of topics, including Crafts, Culinary, Design, DIY, Entrepreneurship, Film, Fashion, Gaming, Music, Photography, Technology, Writing, and Creativity. We built Skillshare for creative people around the world.
Skillshare classes include a combination of video lessons and a class project. A typical class has around 30-minutes to a 1-hour of video lessons. Skillshare classes are all pre-recorded and self-paced.
Think of it as a really fun and engaging homework assignment! Skillshare classes give students the opportunity to learn skills by flexing their creative muscles on a fun project. To be successful, don’t teach a broad, academic topic. Teaching is way easier than that: walk students through a project you’ve done that you’re passionate about sharing.
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