Teaching Online

Posted by | September 30, 2009 | Uncategorized

Locating teaching positions is becoming increasingly more difficult. With the job climate the way it is most people are looking to keep their positions, schools are looking for ways to cut the budget, and there isn’t as much movement taking place.

But there are alternative options available for teachers. Online teaching opportunities are opening up all over and online education appears to be the wave of the future. Even advanced degrees such as bachelors in health care administration or business management degrees can now be earned online. It’s is a great opportunity for younger teachers to get a start. Older professors may not be interested in learning the new system and technologies used in online training, but it’s worth a shot for them as well.


Teach online with as little as a computer and the internetTo teach an online course, candidates usually have to meet the same requirements needed to procure a teaching position at a traditional “brick and mortar” school.

Teachers searching for online positions at the high school level are required to have a bachelor’s degree and a teaching license. College level professors teaching at a community college who want to teach online courses are required to have at least a masters degree. At renowned institutions like the Schulich School at Nipissing you can earn a Teachers Education Degree while learning in a progressive and innovative environment. [Use link http://www.nipissingu.ca/academics/faculties/schulich-school-of-education/Pages/default.aspx to  Schulich School for more info ]


There are many benefits to teaching an online course, like the flexibility it provides. And it can also be a great move financially by allowing you to work another position in addition to teaching. Often times, online professors are professionals in another field but their experience and knowledge make them excellent candidates. Professors can upload course work from anywhere with an internet connection.

Another benefit is online professors may not be required to relocate for their position. With content sharing technologies and the availability of web conferencing classmates and professors can stay connected and work remotely from anywhere in the world.


A great resource to spur class interaction in an online course is Apple TV. It enables professors and students to sync systems and share content instantly. An online professor can utilize Apple TV by sharing an article from a blog or online newspaper with student’s moments after reading it –there is no need to go through the hassle of sending a mass email
Online education is becoming more popular as an option for students, but as more students enroll there will obviously be a need for more teachers. Keep an open mind and these few tips and online teaching may be a great opportunity for you to explore.

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2 Responses to “Teaching Online”

  1. Comment made by admin on Sep 30th 2011 at 9:30 pm:

    thanks for the all related feedback and extra information.

  2. Comment made by Khaled on Nov 27th 2011 at 8:28 am:

    Hi there; how can I apply for the Teaching Online job

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