Telecommuting allows for greater flexibility and has been known to reduce employment burn out. Are you looking to make your mark and establish your legacy? Online teaching opportunities exist for qualified applicants at the secondary level in some states and in higher education as well. Susan Ko and Steven Rossen (2010) convey the following concerning online teaching: “Because online education is a relatively new enterprise, you have an opportunity to make a positive contribution to this growing field.”
A good place to start when looking for online higher education teaching jobs is the college or university from which the prospective applicant graduated from. Utilization of search engines such as bing, yahoo, ask, and google are also good viable options. For those seeking secondary online employment, the local board of education would be an excellent place to begin.
Teaching online provides opportunities for those seeking full or part-time employment. One can be a veteran or a neophyte. The possibilities for either are vast. In addition, retirees seeking to supplement their income might find this venue of teaching enjoyable as well. Teaching is a profession that has a lasting impact on students. Online learning and teaching provides an avenue which eliminates education barriers and benefits all those involved in the process.
Ko, Susan and Rossen, Steve. (2010). Teaching Online: A Practical Guide. 3rd ed., Routledge: New York, NY.
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