How to teach an HourSchool class
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Thinking of teaching a class but don't know where to start? Come join us for a fun evening with the co-founders and some past teachers for tips and guides on how to get started on teaching at HourSchool!

We will cover logistical details such as picking a venue, deciding how much to charge, and length of class. We will also spend time sharing our experiences on writing a good class description, planning the agenda, promoting and preparing before the class.

You will leave the evening feeling ready to take the first step in sharing your passion, skills, and knowledge. We're on a mission to unlock your city's knowledge, but we can't do it all by ourselves. Join us.

Organizer
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I'm the co-founder of HourSchool and alumni of Austin Center for Design. My first teaching experience happened at HourSchool and it was an incredible experience. I get better at teaching one hour at a time and wish to share my experience with anyone who wants to share their passion, skills, and knowledge.

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Diana is a teacher-turned-designer and a co-founder of GirlsGuild, an arts apprenticeship service.


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I studied English Literature, Modern Dance, and Screenwriting at the University of Michigan. Worked in the film industry in LA; danced there as well at the Edge with Ryan Heffington and Tovaris Wilson -- both incredible choreographers and performers. Recently moved to Austin from Indonesia where I was studying dance and teaching English. I am currently in a new dance company in Austin called, Innovation, and perform with local electronic musicians.


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