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GreekMagic



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PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 4:25 am    Post subject: Creating My Own Classroom Reply with quote

I've started a small weekly classroom teaching conversational English at a library to about 10 students and it's going really smoothly. Im thinking of branching off to 3 classes (beginner, novice, advanced) because the class size is getting too big. Is there any advice someone can give me as to how to effectively make my classroom grow? I'm charging $20/person each class and I was thinking of starting a 2 month class(8 classes) for $300. I'm only a few weeks in, so I'm probably getting ahead of myself. I just love teaching and would love to see more students learning.
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