Classes, Curriculum, Tools for Students, and Lists of Resources
I think you have a rather interesting website. It feels sincere and engaging but there's a great deal of biographical text that without a lot of substance about classes, curriculum, tools for students and lists of resources.
I think the potential to have a great site as an education helper is here but there needs to be more of the above, all of them free or at very low-cost.
An example would be removing or cutting down the story of Henry and instead providing a very specific educational course link.
I myself used to create flashcards for an online K-12 program that had both free and low-cost curriculum and I've self-trained using free online programs as well as paid a small fee for some very special seminars and training from experts in my field.
I really like the idea behind Educatezap and I think that if you did a lot of work into building up a personal database of resources to offer your readers you'll be able to be a success.
I also watched your video trailer and that looks like a fun movie. I'm a sucker for a good ghost story! Good luck with all your endeavors.
Kevin's Answer: Hi Laurel,
Classes, curriculum, tools for students, and lists of resources are all being added weekly and monthly. The best way to keep up-to-date is to subscribe to my online education magazine or to subscribe to my blog.
The story about Henry is more helpful to younger students without any college experience. Here is one of the specific educational course links.
Yes, I agree with you. Flashcards make it easier to memorize class information.
Thanks for taking the time to watch my video trailer (opens in a new window).
That video is one of my resources I use to teach my part-time movie-making courses at my film-school.
Laurel, thanks for the good luck wishes and for your valuable site feedback!
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