Ever heard this – “You’re so good at this, you should teach others”? Probably you were either too modest to agree, or you thought “Yes, I could and I should!”.

Maybe you didn’t take action because it’s not very easy or conventional to set up a class of your own. But what if we changed all that?

Let us show you how to do it! You don’t need earlier teaching experience, formal qualifications or to be an expert. Just ask yourself – If I’m put in a room with ten people, what’s one useful thing I could teach them?

Pop-up classes can be taught on any topic! Check out some examples on Superlect

In this class we will:

  • Find value in your experience and passion
  • Help you move from an idea to a class outline
  • Explore event production of a small pop up class
  • Help you discover ways to find your audience
  • Provide pedagogical advice to help you become a good teacher
  • Publish your class on our platform (optional)

This class is co-created with USC Marshall’s Department of Business Communication

12:30 pm Welcome
12:45 pm Introduction to a self-hosted classes
1:30 pm Coffee break
1:45 pm Workshopping your own idea
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Q&A & networking

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Class Rules

1 We’re all peers and everyone is here to learn – even the teacher. There are no wrong questions. The class is a safe space to practice and most importantly make mistakes.

2 Building people up – not breaking them down. Critique is important for growth, so be ready to give and receive it constructively.

3 We’re not here to compete. Be kind, take a chance and share. You’d be surprised how people at different stages in their career are struggling with the same issues. Open up, be authentic, and make real connections.