Create a Personal Account as an individual student or teacher
Create an Organization Account to manage and promote your school
Before you proceed with Org Registration, you have to register a basic personal account first. This personal account will be the default admin of the Organization.
Let people know what you are offering right off the bat by coming up with a short but effective name for your class.
Compose a brief description for your class to help students understand more about you and what your class is all about.
Select the categories that suit well with the class you are currently making. Proper categorization of your class will help people find it easier.
You can choose between physical venue if you want to meet your students personally for a more immersive experience, or do your class online for students around the world.
Please set the number of students that you would like to handle on your class.
Please set the age limit for this class.
Select your mode of receiving payments from student.
Pay It Forward means you are allowing students to pay as much or as little as they feel comfortable. It can be based on how much they believe the class is worth to them or based on the amount they are currently financially able to offer. There is no right amount for donation, only the right volition. Previous students can donate anytime. A special badge is offered to teachers who successfully reaches a given number of "Pay It Forward" hours and positive reviews.
Select the policy you would like in cancelling this class.
Please choose a date for the deadline of the class.
Add a video related to this class as an introduction.
Add a book material for your students.
If you want to set class to private, kindly check the box below.
Now it's time for you to review and finalize your class before we publish it.
You’ve finished the class creation process and your class is now published. Here’s the direct link to your class.
We started off working on a documentary called, “The Killer App,” posing the question, are we educating students for a future that no longer exists? Inspired by the obscure 1979 app VisiCalc- dubbed the first killer app for sparking mass adoption of personal computing- we attempted to pinpoint what would create a paradigm shift in education.
After years of looking for a "killer app," we found it actually wasn't so hard to find them. And there was not only one but countless great ideas, experts and teachers with amazing ideas facing herculean effort to operate on their terms. Like an app running off the old OS, teachers needed an updated platform, that would work on their terms.
Visicalc had the Apple II computer, a platform open for anyone to create the next killer app. Teach II is new platform open to novice and experienced teachers alike to share, test, market and cultivate themselves and their ideas, on their terms. Though teacher and class information is located online, the classes are not. Despite all the resources now available online, we believe in the importance of face-to-face, in-person interaction.
In a world where the individual has never before had as much power, is it not time to hand control over to the teacher?