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Welcome! We're so happy you're here. We can't wait for you to start participating in our official Udemy instructor community.

 

 

To kick things off, introduce yourself to your fellow instructors by creating a quick 1-minute video.

 

In your video, we'd love to hear:

  1. Who you are,
  2. What you teach,
  3. The most interesting thing you’ve learned from another instructor, and
  4. A fun fact about yourself!

You can share your video directly in this thread, or if you're not comfortable sharing a video of yourself, you can write out a response.

 

Welcome again! We look forward to getting to know you.

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This is Padmasri Vaddey, from Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.l started my career teaching English to the students in Reputed schools and colleges and gained more than 25 years of experience. Teaching is passion. I would like to teach the students creating videos , which not only develop communication skills, but also moral values by creating interesting stories. So far I created more than 125 videos on various aspects like Biography, language skills, Prajna stories, Personality development, and so on.I can give content in the form of writing, audio recording and Videos.

Am I not allowed to share from You Tube ?No idea about Url

I have no intention in promoting my channel, but want to take your feedback, you being experienced team well aware of students' requirements.

So if it's not a problem, you may view the channel under the title English as Means of Communication . Or I just make videos and save them in my gallery and try to share them directly from now onwards, if possible

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Introductions
Create a video to introduce yourself and watch other videos from instructors to get to know them. We recommend including your name, what you teach, and what you hope to learn in your video.