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Feedback Thread: Give & Get Feedback on your course here!

Whether this is your first or fifth course, it’s always helpful to hear from other instructors how you can improve your course content to be even better. 

 

Before you share your course content, check out our self-promotion policy and read these quick guidelines:

 

  1. Be specific. Share what you’re looking to improve or things you’re concerned about so your fellow instructors can provide targeted feedback.
  2. Upload content directly. Whenever you can, directly upload a video or course outline to our platform so it’s easier for other instructors to check it out.
  3. Don’t share course links or instructor coupons. This is a space to share and receive feedback, not sell to other instructors. If you want to reference a course, share the full name of your course without linking it. Instructors can find the course by clicking on your community profile and going to your instructor account on Udemy.
  4. Pay it forward. If you’re asking for feedback, look over someone else’s course and give them some feedback too! Always try to give more than you ask for.

 

 We hope this feedback thread can help you create even better courses!

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Udemy has been excellent to work with thus far.  They are very organized and I really enjoy their promptness in returning messages and keeping you informed.  Thanks a lot!

I totally agree! I´m teaching, but I´m always learning here thanks to you.

Hi!

I am translating one of my courses from Spanish to English. I would like to know if my level of English is acceptable to teach on Udemy. I am worried that the students will give me negative reviews because of my pronunciation and accent, and my average score as a teacher will drop significantly.
What do you think?


Here's the video: https://youtu.be/RTdlFqzh5Ss

Thank you all very much!

Just had a quick listen (the first 90 seconds) and your pronunciation is just fine.  I help non-native English speakers (mainly Spanish speaking Colombians) improve their English and didn't hear anything wrong.  Good job!

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