The more of us uploading, the better the content will become.

What's the number of NETs in the public school system? Ten years ago it was 11k. Now how many? 5k? 4k? 3k? One percent of that is 50, 40, 30, but the number of those uploading to waygook.org is less than this. It's hardly anyone. What's the number of people who have ever worked in a South Korean public school vs. the number who have ever uploaded? What's the number who have ever downloaded a lesson vs. those who have ever uploaded a lesson (on this or any other site)? 100 to 1? Even more skewed? Why is this? Why are so few contributing? If you really care about helping others - both NETs and students alike- the most useful thing you can do on this site is upload materials. That's why the site was created.

There's a book for which I am seemingly the only person in Korea putting material online. Which is a shame. One hundred people uploading one lesson would be more interesting than one person uploading one hundred lessons. More variety. Not every person's work will be optimal in different circumstances because of variance in class size, class dynamics, and other factors. The more uploads, the greater number of gems will emerge.

A good starting point is to choose your best lesson(s) - maybe something you did for an open class - and click the upload button. Your contribution will be much appreciated.

What's the number of NETs in the public school system? Ten years ago it was 11k. Now how many? 5k? 4k? 3k? One percent of that is 50, 40, 30, but the number of those uploading to waygook.org is less than this. It's hardly anyone. What's the number of people who have ever worked in a South Korean public school vs. the number who have ever uploaded? What's the number who have ever downloaded a lesson vs. those who have ever uploaded a lesson (on this or any other site)? 100 to 1? Even more skewed? Why is this? Why are so few contributing? If you really care about helping others - both NETs and students alike- the most useful thing you can do on this site is upload materials. That's why the site was created.

There's a book for which I am seemingly the only person in Korea putting material online. Which is a shame. One hundred people uploading one lesson would be more interesting than one person uploading one hundred lessons. More variety. Not every person's work will be optimal in different circumstances because of variance in class size, class dynamics, and other factors. The more uploads, the greater number of gems will emerge.

A good starting point is to choose your best lesson(s) - maybe something you did for an open class - and click the upload button. Your contribution will be much appreciated.