InstructorsSeptember 6, 2018 2021-09-20 16:06
Launch Your Cohort-Based Course
A new type of online course
Live online course, which means students are learning in real time via Zoom / Meet.
Teach with a Cohort of Peers
Learn with a cohort of peers
You are a busy person. You can work things out when needed, but it’s important to give feedback and accountability to boost your students’ likelihood of success.
Not just theory and principles. Mentors share the best practices they use that they have seen work across industries.
Fundamental skills cannot be learned by passively watching videos, they must be practiced. With live practices your students learn better
How to get Involved
1. Submit your Interest
Visit the Visit the Instructor Interest Form and create a Udacity account to access the questionnaire. Complete the relevant fields, and we will contact you if an opportunity is available.
2. Showcase your Skills (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)
Teaching Samples are pre-recorded lessons that help our team map your expertise to a Bootcamp AI program. Candidates who submit one stand out and are more likely to be contacted about upcoming opportunities!
HOW TO SUBMIT A TEACHING SAMPLE
- Teach one subject related to the skills and roles of interest in Bootcamp AI’s Schools & Subjects of Interest list, or surprise us with a new subject in tech!
- Use the Teaching Sample Guidelines to create your Teaching Sample, and submit your final draft at the link below. Note: Submitting a teaching sample that does not follow Udacity’s guidelines is not recommended.
3. Launch Development
Instructors kick-off course development with one week of onboarding, and then begin building their course alongside Bootcamp AI’s Content Team until it is completed!