How To Teach a Skillshare Class
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About This Class
This Hybrid class teaches students how to create and teach local classes. Currently, only U.S. residents may create local Skillshare classes. All are welcome to participate and learn, though.
To get an idea of the types of classes that get featured on Skillshare, check out this article here.
Skills You’ll Learn
Learn how to turn your lifelong passion, geeky hobby or wealth of knowledge into a successful and engaging Skillshare class of your own. As the Head of Community at Skillshare I’ve taught over 415 students in NYC to date how to do just that.
With my guidance, you’ll leave this class with your Skillshare class listing posted...and ready to be featured on our Learn page for everyone to see - an honor not all classes receive. You'll also have a creative, hands-on lesson plan queued up to ensure your students have a great learning experience.
Your project - a featured class listing and complete lesson plan - will be done collaboratively. Expect to get and give plenty of feedback! You’ll share your progress with each other in the online Classroom, and you can expect members of the Skillshare Teacher Education team to hop in and help, too.
We’ll choose the best new classes to feature on the Skillshare Learn Page.
Feel free to move at your own pace. I recommend setting aside 1 hour per week to successfully complete the class.
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Danya teaches you everything you need to know to set up a Skillshare class listing.
The video tutorials and discussions were clear and simple enough to follow and understand. Brava Danya!
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