Last modified: January 30, 2019
Preparing for your class
By accepting to host a virtual class, you agree to participate in all steps of the class preparation. To prepare for the class you will need to:
- Submit your class details: full-plan (shared via dot points) detailing what will be covered in your class (supported by NewCampus’s outline structure)
- Attend NewCampus’s virtual training session: only required before your first class with NewCampus
- Submit your class plan and slides one week prior to your scheduled class date
Ownership of content
If you work with the NewCampus team to develop your session, NewCampus owns the class outline, while you own the actual content. You will also own the slides that you create for your class.
If you’re hosting a class created solely from your own material, you remain the sole owner of the content.
All NewCampus classes are hosted virtually, unless otherwise noted. You agree that when accepting to join a virtual class, you will have a stable Internet connection, webcam access, and earpiece/headphone access.
Class Hosts are expected to sign online 10 minutes before the scheduled class time.
Breakdown of the two class types:
Dialogues are 45 minutes.
If you’re hosting a dialogue, please note the following breakdown of the class:
- 15 - 17 minute Class Host delivering talk
- 30 minutes flipped-classroom discussion
Workshops are 75 minutes.
If you’re hosting a workshop, please note the following breakdown of the class:
- 50 minutes hands on exercises
- 25 minutes for introduction, discussion, and wrap up
By agreeing to host a class, you understand the time commitments for each respective class type and commit to joining for the entire duration of the dialogue or workshop.
If you need to cancel your class, you will need to let the NewCampus team know at least 72 hours (3 days) before your scheduled class. NewCampus reserves the right to remove you as an Class Host if you fail to notify us of your cancelled class according to the timeframe above.
Class Hosts are not compensated for classes that they cancel or fail to attend.
By accepting to become a Class Host with NewCampus, you agree to be paid as an Independent Contractor. As an Independent Contractor, you accept the following terms:
- You will use your own equipment and tools to prepare for and deliver classes
- You and NewCampus do not have a partnership or employee-employer relationship
- You cannot enter into contracts, make promises, or act on behalf of NewCampus
- You are responsible for your own taxes
You will be compensated for each class that you deliver with NewCampus. The compensation structure for NewCampus classes is as follows:
- $80 for a session
- $120 for a workshop
NewCampus issues payments on the 30th of every month. NewCampus will issue all compensation payments via PayPal.