Our Top 10 Teachers Earned $235,306 In 2015! Here’s How:

Looking for a way to earn supplemental income? While teachers on Skillshare earn an average of $3,000 a year, our top 10 teachers were able to take teaching on Skillshare to the next level, earning a combined total of $235,306 in 2015. Check out how they did it, and get started yourself at www.skillshare.com/teach!

3 Secrets For Growing Your Skillshare Income:

1. Be a great teacher, not a filmmaker:

Many of our most successful teachers filmed themselves at home with screencasts and webcams in 2015, proving how it’s the quality of your content that makes you a great teacher on Skillshare, not your video skills.

Jake Bartlett films his class directly from his computer screen.

2. Build a loyal student following:

Skillshare students love our top teachers! Whether that’s because they take the time to comment on every student project,  break down complex topics, or let their unique personalities shine through, strong student-teacher bonds lead to great reviews and teacher success.

Great content and thoughtful feedback like Bonnie Christine's leads to positive reviews and student fans!

3. Teach (shorter classes) a lot:

It’s actually pretty simple: the more you teach, the more money you make. With our bite-sized class format, every class doesn’t have to take weeks to make. Our top teachers leverage how the platform works by sharing 20-minute classes on a regular cadence.

Teachers like Phil Ebiner release classes monthly, and their enrollments and revenue compound each month!