I was wondering if it is possible to teach cs50 in my hometown once I have finished the course (which I am about to finish). Are there any restrictions? Do I have to ask permission, if that is the case, to whom?

Thank you for your answers.

  • Are you asking to teach the actual course at college level?
    – Ben Love
    Oct 26 '15 at 20:15
  • Yes, to offer it as a course targeted to students without prior knowledge, the thing is that my faculty lends us (PhD students) classrooms to teach courses if we want to, they do not count for credit but for us it's good since we earn teaching experience. I've liked a lot the methodology of this course and its materials and I thought that I'd be worth to teach it to people who, for instance, do not understand english or find it uncomfortable to follow an online course. I just want to know if it's possible to do it.
    – manuel91
    Oct 26 '15 at 20:32
  • I see. I will delete my answer as it is not relevant to your question (you'll be more likely to get a relevant answer from someone).
    – Ben Love
    Oct 27 '15 at 0:27
  • Probably the best thing is to send an email to Prof. Malan and get his thoughts directly. dmalan@harvard.edu
    – curiouskiwi
    Oct 27 '15 at 3:04

yes, you can teach the course. The course is based on Creative Commons License and can be adopted/adapted accordingly. However, Harvard itself provide some extra training to those who wish to teach CS50 elsewhere in the world and you may like to see the same at CS50 on edx course page itself.

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