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Remote education opportunity

Remote education opportunity
By Jen at • Issue #8 • View online
If You Think Education Is Expensive, Try Ignorance - Derek Bok

According to UNESCO, over 1.5 billion learners in 165 countries were affected by COVID-19 school closures in March 2020. Surely, a new pedagogy is emerging and online learning is a key contributing factor.
As a freelancer, how can you ride this wave and contribute your knowledge to world and improve your bottom line?
I-learning and freelance opportunity
Don’t Miss The Freelance Opportunity In I-Learning And Remote Education
In our issue #4 of Lancer Letter, we explored the idea of full stack freelancer who manages portfolios of complementary income streams, instead of focusing on just one specialized skill.
If you can consider online teaching as one of the income stream, here are some resources to get you started.
How to Teach Online & Earn Money in 2020: Definitive Guide
Top 20 (FREE) online courses for teachers
46 Resources and Ideas To Help Teachers Teach Pupils Remotely
Coronavirus: 14 simple tips for better online teaching
While it is important to learn the how of online teaching, it often means committing yourself to life long learning. So here’s how you can Get Up To Speed On Any Subject Quickly.
Also, here are 5 platforms where you can get started immediately:
  1. Udemy - Create and sell online video courses for 50mn students worldwide in a language of your choice. Here is the information on revenue share with instructors
  2. Teachable - no revenue sharing like Udemy, just pay a monthly fee + commission
  3. Deliver live and on-demand webinars using WiqIQ.
  4. Try Skillshare to publish 20-60 minutes classes. Understand how earning works here
  5. Learnworlds - sell course from your website. Pricing model is similar to Teachabable
Useful Tools
Podcastle - Convert your favorite news and articles to podcasts
Reads & Resources
Track Your Time for 30 Days. What You Learn Might Surprise You.
Pricing Freelance Projects (Book)
How to Write a Good Article: 7 Tips for Better Content
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