WiZiQ announced the start for Public Paid Classes in their blog today. They also got themselves a new look so I think it’s time to put them into the spotlight again.
In their blog WiZiQ announced that from now on every teacher can schedule public classes on his own. Before you had to apply for a public class and a WiZiQ member set it up for you.
Therefore let us have a quick look on this feature and how a teacher can use it to promote himself.
Today Myngle announced that they will launch the possibility of class sessions on their platform. The feature will be available somewhere around the 2nd of march according to their announcement.
This makes Myngle the third provider of group lessons on the internet next to WiZiQ and eduFire.
Yesterday I was testing the brand new out of Beta 1:M (one to many) classes and I have to say: it was totally worth waiting for it.
First I was teaching a free German class to test the teacher’s view and after that I was attending a class with Jon Bischke, CEO of EduFire.com. Continue reading