Unsure of what to teach next? We know that selecting a class topic can be challenging. So to help, we've compiled a list of hot topics to teach on Skillshare.
You wouldn’t give a gift unwrapped, would you? It’s no different when you publish your class on Skillshare! Don’t forget to wrap up your class with some eye-catching class merchandising to get it noticed. Small details like your cover image, class title, and class description can go a long way when potential students are browsing classes on Skillshare.
We always want your creativity to shine in your Skillshare class -- and that’s especially true for a culinary class. We encourage you to experiment with new ways to teach your favorite recipes and cooking methods. But we also want to make sure you have a good foundation to work from. After watching countless Skillshare culinary classes, we’ve compiled a few helpful tips to make sure you teach the best class you can.
Success doesn’t happen overnight and it can be stalled by a number of avoidable mistakes.
We've seen new teachers struggle to gain traction when they forget to take a few simple steps before and after publishing. Let's talk through 5 of the most common mistakes, so that you can avoid them and be well on your way to Skillshare success!
Top teacher Teela Cunningham shares her secret for a successful class launch: building and nurturing a community off of Skillshare.
Each month, Skillshare launches a thirty-day Teach Challenge that guides new teachers, like you, through the full process of creating their first class. With milestones, prizes, and tons of support along the way, the Teach Challenge is a perfect opportunity to collaborate with other new teachers and one of the best ways to start teaching on Skillshare.
Skillshare's mission is to make learning accessible to everyone, everywhere. That's why our classes are ongoing, so every student can learn on their own time and at their own pace. But we also know that sometimes a little more structure can go a long way in keeping students engaged and excited to do their class project, and that’s why we created Workshops.