Hey Instructor Community! The month of September has ended and we wanted to showcase the highlights of what we covered!
Community Member Shoutouts!
Every so often, there are community members who reach certain milestones and we wanted to shout out a few members!
We wanted to shout out to the member who has reached the “50 Replies Given” in the community!
Feel free to congratulate them in the comments as well!🎉🏆👏
Udemy in the News!
Here are some notable press mentions & announcements that you might’ve missed
A Degree Without Classes & Lectures? California Community Colleges Try New Approach
Publication - The 74Million
Learners Flock To Semiconductor And AI Skills Courses, Udemy Finds
Publication - Silicon Republic
Udemy Instructor Community
September’s theme was Teaching Best Practices, and we had a few discussions to cover best practices for instructors!
This post will cover the events and discussions that we believe you will enjoy engaging in related to teaching best practices.
This month, we had a lot of engaging conversations that can help you strengthen your understanding of teaching best practices! Check out these subjects discussed in September:
Teaching Best Practices Coffee Chat
Thank you for everyone who was able to join us for our monthly coffee chat. We had the pleasure to network with fellow instructors about the subject of Teaching Best Practices,
Didn’t make the coffee chat? No worries! We have the recap here.
Thanks for everyone participating in the community in the month of September We’re really excited about our newest theme for the month of October, Black Friday.
If you’re interested in September’s monthly topic, keep an eye out for content and events revolving around teaching best practices discussion!
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