NEW YORK — Teachstone, a global provider of learning resources, has rolled out a series of free online courses that teach online skills to people who can’t otherwise access them through traditional textbooks.
The courses, available through Teachstone’s new website, are for teachers, designers, business owners and other professionals who are looking to develop a resume online.
They are also designed to help people develop new skills and knowledge in the workplace, and to help them get started with online learning.
“I’ve never taught a class before,” said Amy Tippett, founder and chief executive of Teachstone.
“I’m thrilled to offer these free online training classes to anyone who wants to learn new skills.”
The new online classes are available for free to anyone in the United States who is a teacher, designer, business owner, student, or anyone else who needs to learn online.
“Tippett said the new courses are meant to help professionals and educators build online skills and have been created in a way that makes it easy for people to use and expand on them.
The free online learning classes are designed to be as interactive as possible.
The content is presented in a variety of formats, including a text-based interface, an interactive visual and audio experience, and an interactive online course.
Teachstone, which has more than 2,500 classes offered in more than 60 languages, is now offering more than 100 free online lessons a week, Tippette said.
The company also offers classes for small business owners, which will be available starting next month for $25.
They provide students with the skills they need to start and grow their businesses.”
Teachstar, a company that helps companies and entrepreneurs build and grow online businesses, has partnered with Teachstone to offer the new online training program. “
Our goal is to make teaching online accessible to all people, no matter their background or where they live.”
Teachstar, a company that helps companies and entrepreneurs build and grow online businesses, has partnered with Teachstone to offer the new online training program.
The company said the courses have been developed to help students develop online skills, but are also meant to be useful for students to get started in the field.
“TeachStar’s expertise in online learning will enable Teachstone and Teachstone partners to deliver a unique education that will help teach students to take control of their digital lives and make the most of their opportunities for growth,” said Michael L. McDaniel, CEO of Teachstar.
Teaches have long been trying to reach people who are not able to access traditional textbooks for learning.
But as the cost of printing textbooks has plummeted and students are becoming more interested in online resources, the industry is now focused on making online learning accessible to those who want it.