Four Ways the Internet Can Make You a Better Teacher by Jennifer Smith

Four Ways the Internet Can Make You a Better Teacher by Jennifer Smith will help teachers and veterans use the Internet more effectively as they try to help students learn and engage in their own learning. Whether educators have time to attend a brick and mortar institution or utilize masters of education online to further their qualifications, there are always ways to improve as a professional. While it is written from the view point of a beginning teacher trying to jump start a career, it can help teachers and parents of any age. Jenna is a freelance writer who has been blogging since college. Her writing topics vary from frugality to fitness. When not writing you can find her walking her dog or playing tennis! Thanks Jenna

Follow Your Dream

  • So you have dreamed of being a teacher since you were a little kid. Unfortunately, with education budgets being what they are, finding a school placement has been harder than you thought it would be. In the mean time, especially if you want to keep your teaching skills sharp, you can probably pick up a few tutoring gigs. You might even be able to parlay that into your own tutoring business.
  • There are a few big benefits tutoring offers that traditional school placements do not:
    You can pick your own class size which is definitely not the case if you were planning on working in the public school system.
    You can set your own rates. Tutors can make more per hour than teachers.
    All of your classroom materials are completely tax deductible.
    To some extent, you can have class wherever and whenever you want.
    If starting your own tutoring business or just taking on a few tutoring clients is something that interests you, or if you already have a teaching job, here are a few things you can do to further hone your teaching skills.
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