As educators, we are always on the “hunt” for new material or content that we can integrate into the classroom. As a matter of fact, we can spend hours surfing the web in search of new YouTube videos, articles or industry related blogs to share with our students. This can be quite time-consuming and even after hours of searching, we can come up empty-handed. As a matter of fact, I find myself being asked this very question by educators, “where can I find great stuff to share with my students?” Certainly, the internet is a great source of content, however, if you want to save a little time and find powerful content that you can share with your more advanced students or your soon-to-be graduating students, then you’ll want to check out MiladyPro.
MiladyPro is a great source of ongoing education for future professionals, industry professionals, and instructors that are looking for ways to improve their own skills. The site provides a one-stop source for articles, blogs, videos, and webinars focusing on a variety of topics from technical, current trends, business building strategies, soft skills and the latest industry news.
There are several effective ways to integrate MiladyPro into your curriculum. From encouraging your students to sign-up for their own MiladyPro account to classroom activities such as reading assignments, watching videos/webinars or assigning a MiladyPro research project as homework.
Whether a student or professional, MiladyPro has you covered.
Patti Wanamaker brings 21 years of experience to the Milady team, where she currently serves as an Academic Training Specialist. Her intimate understanding of the salon, school, and beauty industry comes from 18 years of hands-on experience as a multi-faceted training specialist, including 8 years of salon and spa ownership of 3 salons with annual sales of $5 million. Her experience in all 3 areas of our industry allows her to think outside the box and develop innovative trainings that not only inspire, but empower educators/trainers to create the most effective learning environments for their students.