Introducing Groups for Collaboration
It’s always important to get feedback on your work, and this can pose a special challenge: other people probably won’t have thought about your project enough to give you really valuable feedback. We’re solving this problem by encouraging students to join small collaborative groups to work with throughout a class. When you’ve got a small group of students working together, they will naturally become familiar with each other’s work and have more insight into the unique challenges that each student is facing.
Skillshare Introduces The Classroom
Learning is meant to be social. That’s why we’ve been so focused on facilitating in-person classes; something magical happens when students and teachers are able to meet face-to-face, work through problems together, and share their passions and experiences with each other. Over the past year, the stories we’ve heard from our community have been incredible – some students have found jobs through Skillshare classes, some teachers have quit their jobs to become full-time teachers, and others have attended hundreds of hours of classes because they keep getting drawn back by the people they meet.