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Where and How to Start Teaching Online
It’s a great time to start offering online lessons because
- Life has just moved online
- Your school or in-person tutoring may just have been cancelled
- You can connect with people around the world, and right now that’s even more rewarding and exciting than usual
In fact, any time is a great time because working as an online language teacher
- Allows you to work location independently - as long as you can use your computer and have safe wifi, you’re ready to go
- You’re independent to work the hours that suit YOU
- Is a great stepping stone and teaches you endless things about being a good leader
If all that sounds like your kind of party, then listen to this week's episode in detail for 5 killer questions that will help you think about online teaching in a professional way.
Recommended Teaching Resources
Want further support as you build an online teaching income? Book me for a mentoring day!
Thank you to Gosia for this episode's introduction in Polish.Support The Fluent Show
- Lindsay's Online Teaching Starter Kit
- Evernote — My friend referral link (not affiliate)
- Zoom Online Calls & Video Conferencing
- Infographic: How to Calculate Your Freelance Hourly Rate — One of the 1000 freelance rate guides - listen to the episode to find out what else is important to consider.
- The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language: Amazon.co.uk: David Crystal: 9781108437738: Books
- ben crystal — "Ginger man speaking Shakespearean is my jam"