FAQsOctober 23, 2020 2021-07-02 6:37
Discover Your Potential,
Value Your Skills
On ClassLah, everyone can learn and teach - and that includes you.
As more of the world goes online; there is no better time for you to begin than now.
As we consistently preach; every skill is valuable - so why not earn from it? And when course fees range only between $0.99 to $39.99; teaching a single skill becomes fair and just.
But wait! What if you have a complete, intensive course that leads to a diploma and other upper level cert? Break it up into smaller modules and give your students the choice to pick what they want to learn.
You're not tech savvy? Don't worry! Our dashboard is easy to use - and you always have us for support at firstname.lastname@example.org. Go on; take that first step. Create your first course.
How to Become an Instructor
As Instructors; you are responsible for the standards and quality of your course, the fair and equal judgment and assessment of lessons, tests, assignments, and student participation, course prices, and the safety, security and well-being of your learners, yourselves and the platform.
When registering and publishing your courses on ClasshLah, you agree to;
(1) Create courses and lessons that may benefit learners positively,
(2) Ensure quality in your language, presentation and commitment,
(3) Support your learners when possible,
(4) Use appropriate language and tools that are sensitive to all races, nationality, background, gender, gender identity and others,
(5) Protect learner and instructor confidentiality and data if/when they are shared as needed,
(6) Uphold the rules, terms and conditions, and privacy policies as stated on ClasshLah.com and its owners.
(7) Take responsibility for all of your courses and actions on ClassLah.com, and will not hold anyone else responsible for events or situations that may arise from your courses and actions.
Please get in touch at email@example.com.
Plan Your Course Content
The first thing to do when creating your course is to organize your ideas. We recommend making a flow chart. A flow chart doesn't have to be something fancy; just something that helps you put ideas, process and objectives in order. Your course should have the following;
* Introduction. This include the introduction to the course/skills, brief details of how the course would go, who the course is for, the benefits of the course, etc. Basically; telling learners what the course is and why they should enroll in your course.
* The Main Body. This is where the course modules are; where your learners go through the knowledge and skillset introduction and practise. You can include assignments, tests and quizzes here..
* Conclusion. Conclude the course with a review or summary of the course/skill, and include a final test or quiz, and then certifying your learner.
Just let us know; and we can send you a basic course creating template, at firstname.lastname@example.org