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Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2016.04.16 08:46
by Eris Snoogie
Maybe this isn't the best place to put this, but I don't see it meriting its own topic.

Would anyone be interested in a newbros prespective on living in nullsec? I'm talking about lessons learned and some things that I've discovered in null that haven't really been discussed in any forum post that I've seen here?

I suppose I'm mostly trying to poll interest before I commit to building a slide deck and pitching the idea formally. Also, feedback would be super welcome!

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2016.04.16 09:58
by Enns Stilkatan
I would totally be interested by your newbro point of view of Nullsec, Eris.
Even more, it's a great idea and I can gladly make a Lowsec version of the subject :D

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2016.05.01 01:06
by Torr Victros
Eris Snoogie wrote:Would anyone be interested in a newbros prespective on living in nullsec? I'm talking about lessons learned and some things that I've discovered in null that haven't really been discussed in any forum post that I've seen here?

I suppose I'm mostly trying to poll interest before I commit to building a slide deck and pitching the idea formally. Also, feedback would be super welcome!


I think this would be an interesting subject, particular for people who are considering NSC but haven't taken the dive into null.

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2016.05.02 04:41
by Braan Cadar
Great idea! I would be very keen to attend this class!

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2016.05.02 14:44
by Spanky Ikkala
Eris Snoogie wrote:Would anyone be interested in a newbros prespective on living in nullsec?

Eris, this sounds like a fantastic idea. However, can I suggest it MIGHT fit more naturally into the existing NSC 'come and play here' presentation.

If you think this is a suitable solution, can I ask you to liaise with the relevant people in NSC and see if what you can do to help them to update the 'Intro to NSC' slide pack / syllabus to make sure it now meets YOUR needs as a newbro and gets your points across.

If, however, you think your session needs to be a standalone, then go for it :)

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2017.06.22 06:54
by Bear Handd
Hi there,

I have only recently joined E-Uni and Eve Online. That said, I am a teacher in real life (or is this real life? I forget some times) so I would be very happy to help in any way I can. I'm reading through the class content and when I feel I've got a handle on things I'd love to help.

I also have a lot of experience building lesson plans and overall curriculums.

Let me know if I can assist in any way.

Jason (Bear Handd)

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2017.06.22 13:33
by Jason Eoner
Welcome Bear! Looks like you're in your first couple months of the game and your first week with the Uni? As you saw on the first post in this thread there's a page called Joining The Faculty.

For all of our aspiring teachers, we'd like you to work toward the Sophomore title first. A big part of that is showing involvement, participation, activity, and generally getting to know us and the game. Like you said, get a handle on the class content. Start by attending some of our CORE Classes. Those are geared toward the basics new players need for success. Once you know the material, these classes have slide decks laid out and ready for you to teach. No assembly required.

Our goal is to get all of the CORE classes taught at least once monthly and we could definitely use some help.

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2017.07.27 01:23
by Antei Thantonne
I could help. Hoping to re-join & teach some logi.

Re: Teachers Wanted!

PostPosted: 2019.02.01 20:36
by Ergan Eto
I'm quite new to Eve and as such doubt I yet have the skills to teach. However, I'm thinking once I become only a bit better versed in the UI I could help new EVE players pick up the basic skills they will need to get around in the UI. That is a confusion I all too recently suffered myself. Regardless, I'll be back!

I have not taught an online course although in years past I have taught real-life classes on sometimes very technical subjects, and I've mentored quite a few individuals. I am computer literate (retired SW Eng). I actually have way too much free time at the moment.