[Teaching online] gives teachers the opportunity to work from almost anywhere in the world. My main reason why I work [online] is because it gives me flexibility in my schedule and to work from home.Dan
About Teaching Online
For people looking to teach English online, the process can often be intimidating. There are seemingly countless jobs out there with different rates of pay, requirements, and students. While many schools and jobs are straight forward, we have received more than a few messages complaining about how the details seem to change from one job to the next.
With this in mind, we have done our best to create a 4 part guide aimed at helping anyone interested in teaching English online. Each section covers a topic that can help prospective teachers better prepare for a job in online education and we have done our best to back up each with real examples from over 20 different jobs.
Got Questions? We’ve got answers!
Your email list is often your most valuable business asset – learn how Cara grows hers.
Nina ditched traditional textbooks in favor of lesson plans and goals that are as unique as her students.
Founder of English Outside the Box, Jennifer, tells us about landing her first online student and which tactics she uses.
Thinking about moving online from the classroom? Kim did it and never looked back!
It’s never been easier to teach a course online – assuming you have an internet connection we’ve laid out 5 places to start teaching today.
Unsure if you can teach English online without a degree? Rest easy because it’s not only possible, it’s quite common. Here’s how to start.