• Debunking the Myths of Online Teaching

  • A Teacher's Guide to Finding, Succeeding at, and Enjoying an Online Teaching Job
  • By: Xavier Zimms
  • Narrated by: Ginger Cucolo
  • Length: 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Education & Learning

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Publisher's Summary

If school isn't for learning anymore, then what is it for? It is a question that has been hotly debated in recent months, and the exponential development of the Internet has been the greatest contributing factor to this dilemma. Education is changing and has changed dynamically in the past decade. We live in a world where anyone with an Internet connection can dial in and obtain applicable information on subjects ranging from home surgery to building a nuclear bomb. The traditional teacher in the traditional classroom is swiftly becoming obsolete, but for those who have the foresight, educators don't have to be eliminated completely.

Internet information must have a source, and the innovative educator can become that source. The reasons for turning to Internet classes are numerous, the most commonly cited being work and family obligations or transportation difficulties. There is a genuine market for Internet teachers--for those who are willing to put forth the time and effort required to develop an online curriculum. The mind-set that there is no market or that the Internet caters only to niche teachers is the first stumbling block you must overcome in order to revolutionize your entire career.

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