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Will and I continue off our conversation from last week to discuss online education 2.0. The conversation starts off with AltMBA and continues to post-COVID and the dawn of cohort-based courses.
Will and I kick off Season 2 of the Reshaping Education podcast with a walk down memory lane. In this episode, we cover the history of online education starting from YouTube all the way to MOOCs and Masterclass.
Today, we're sharing a big update when it comes to the Reshaping Education podcast...
On June 9th, we'll be hosting the reshaping education post featuring our favorite guests from season 1. We'll be discussing trends in online education and hosting a series of workshops to help you build and scale your own online education business. We'll also have prizes, giveaways, and a big update to share about the podcast moving forward. See you then!
Marie Schacht joins Will Mannon and me on the Future of Education club to discuss her experience building and scaling AltMBA. We discuss the strategies that AltMBA employs to teach its students critical business and leadership skills in a completely remote environment.
Julia Saxena and I chat about her participation in various cohort-based courses and how that helped kickstart her journey to building her own program, Minimum Viable Video.
This is a rebroadcast of a live Twitter Spaces conversation that Will Mannon and I hosted last week on the Future of Education club. We sat down with Ryan Craig and Michael B. Horn to chat about bootcamps, ISAs, and the future of job reskilling.
Ali Abdaal is a renowned YouTuber (1.5M+ subscribers), junior doctoring working in the UK, and an online educator. In this rebroadcast of a "Future of Education" clubhouse session, Will Mannon and I sit down with Ali Abdaal and Angus Parker, his course manager, to discuss lessons from launching their most recent cohort-based course, Part-time YouTuber Academy which brought is $294,000 revenue within the first cohort.
Jason Wang (Founder & CEO of FreeWorld) and I discuss his journey from leaving prison to founding a bootcamp unlike any other. Free World is an online school that trains individuals who have served time to land stable, well-paying jobs within the trucking industry.
This conversation is a rebroadcast of a Clubhouse session that Will Mannon and I hosted on April 12, 2021. This discussion with Sahil Lavingia (CEO of Gumroad) and Tiago Forte (Founder of Forte Labs) is about starting your second brain. Building a Second Brain is a flagship online course that teaches you to organize the information in your life in order to boost your creativity as well as get more done.
Nathan Esquenazi, the Co-founder and CTO of CodePath, and I discuss how his team unlocked the power of cohort-based learning and leveraged that insight to build the CodePath platform.
Garrett Smiley and I discuss how Sora Schools, an innovative online high school, is completely rethinking the high school experience and helping students learn the fundamentals while also exploring career paths.
Brian Tobal and I discuss the journey to founding SchoolHouse, learning pods, and how SchoolHouse is building a new category of education when it comes to K-12.
Ryan Craig is a partner at Achieved Partners (formerly University Ventures) and the author of College Disrupted and A New U. In this conversation, we discuss all the ways in which colleges are failing students today and what the rise of alternative education and COVID could mean for the next generation of students and job-seekers.
Creating Live, Cohort-based Online Courses w/ Andrew Barry (Program Director at On Deck Course Creator)
Andrew Barry and I chat about the transformation that is happening in the online course industry including a shift to live, cohort-based courses and an increased emphasis on community. Andrew is the founder of Curious Lion where he coaches course creators on how to drive true transformation for their students. He also recently became the program director for On Deck Course Creator where he'll be working with top course creators to develop their live cohort-based courses.
Michael B. Horn and I chat about the unbundling of higher education, the existential threat that grad schools face, and whether college curriculums can stay relevant to industry needs.
Billy Broas and I discuss his journey to building Keystone Accelerator, the rise of cohort-based courses, and the changing landscape of higher education.
Creating Live, Engaging Online Experiences for Kids w/ Ana Fabrega and Chrisman Frank (Synthesis School)
Chrisman Frank (CEO of Synthesis), Ana Lorena Fabrega (Chief Evangelist of Synthesis) and I discuss how they founded Synthesis school, a program that creates live, engaging experiences for kids. We talk about the founding story of Synthesis (that starts with an encounter with Elon Musk) and then dive deep into how Synthesis is reimaging K-12 education through their one-of-a-kind online program.
Scaling a Coding Bootcamp & Cohort-based Learning w/ David Yang (Co-founder & CEO Fullstack Academy)
David Yang (CEO of Fullstack Academy) talks about the full journey of Fullstack Academy from founding to acquisition. We talk about what it takes to scale a coding bootcamp as well as the four C's of learning when it comes to designing a powerful and lasting educational experience.
Ayush Jaiswal (CEO of Pesto) shares his experience founding Pesto, leveraging Income Share Agreements, and what it takes to create an exceptional remote classroom experience.
Michael Chasen (Founder & CEO of ClassEdu; formerly Founder & CEO of Blackboard) and I discuss the journey to starting Class for Zoom, a layer on top of Zoom for educators. We discuss Michael's journey to founding Blackboard which he scaled to 3,000 employees, $300M+ in annual revenue, and the lessons that translated to starting his latest venture, ClassEdu. This new company is building a product called "Class for Zoom" which aims to solve the issues that schools are facing teaching online.
Alan Stein and I discuss his journey to building Kadim, a career accelerator that helps diverse talent break into tech. We talk about his approach to building a next-generation online school and the challenges of managing virtual cohorts.
Megan Underwood and I discuss her experience going through the legendary AltMBA program and why project-based learning is so important.
Victor Rivera and I chat about his experience building Avion School, a coding bootcamp for those based in the Philippines. We discuss the bottlenecks of running a fully remote education company especially in an under-developed region like South East Asia.
Will Mannon and I discuss his experience building and scaling live online courses at Forte Academy, most known for "Building a Second Brain." We talk about what's wrong with existing courses and online education programs and how Forte Academy is innovating in the space. We also dive into trends the implications that live online course are having on higher education as a whole thanks to the power of Zoom.
Ashley Artrip and I discuss her journey to founding Mission Collaborative, a DC-based startup, that helps people find jobs that they find fulfilling through their 30-day online fellowship program.
Moe Abbas and I discuss project-based learning in the modern era and how Acadium is creating a new way for companies to hire and for workers to gain valuable experience.
Wes Wagner and I discuss his journey going from growth at Microverse to starting Pactero, a platform for issuing Income Share Agreements. In addition, we dive deep into our experiences with higher education and how institutions are failing to properly align incentives between their programs and their students.
Rutledge Long and I discuss how colleges are no longer preparing students with the tools that they need to thrive in the industry. Instead, many of the individuals who are most equipped to provide relevant job training actually live outside of the traditional higher education system and are starting their own schools and programs. One example of these programs is Parachute Bridge, a non-profit dedicated to helping college students transition to the workforce through an immersive two-week online program.
Michael Ioffe and I discuss SMS-based courses, the short-comings of current online education, and what it was like for both of us to go through the very first remote batch of YCombinator.