How does a “Group” work?
Access to an online community, anytime — Share and create with like-minded peers from any device
A space for verified learners — All participants are verified by Outschool before joining
Educator-led challenges, events, and discussions — Outschool educator moderates content and facilitates engaging activities
Introducing Outschool Groups
Skateboarders Hangout GroupSkateboarders Hangout Group is a community of learners that come together on Outschool to share what they’re learning, ask questions, participate in challenges, and get feedback on their projects
I am having problems landing an ollie, what helped you learn?
You're so talented!
Skate boarders if you want to connect with other skaters, share tips and tricks or videos, get feedback on how to do a particular trick, this is the group for you. I will moderate and post challenges and discussion questions, as members share their skating knowledge with other members of the group. We will have challenges weekly and videos of landing the trick will be encouraged, but not required. Discussion questions posted for members to give feed back and tips to each other. An...
Students will share their tips and tricks, ask questions, share their videos, learn how to do new tricks. There will be discussion questions and challenges posted each week. Students will be able to learn from each other and share their success.
I have 2 sons very active in skateboarding, and when they were younger I spent a lot of time taking a large group to local skate parks. I love working with those that have a passion for skateboarding.
View and create posts any time, at your own pace..
Students can post videos, please discuss with your students to watch background music or if videos are at skate parks, it is important the videos are safe for other learners.
Carol Cobb, Masters in School CounselingSchool Counselor With Passion for Nature and STEM
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Hello, My name is Carol Cobb. I am passionate about helping students develop social skills, academic skills, learn how to deal with issues that they are concerned about, and explore topics they care about. My pronouns are she/her. I believe in...