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If you’re a teacher by profession who wants to shift to working remotely full-time, be aware of a wide variety of jobs that you can do from home. Whether you have some spare time or just want to make money in parallel with your primary job as a campus teacher, this article will provide you with many ways to earn extra cash.

Such available gigs require some qualifications and skills. Surely with your valuable skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity and giving constructive criticism, you’ll land the perfect sideline in no time.



Here are some ways on how to make extra money as a teacher:

  • Tutor Online

One of the industries that adapt to technological growth is the education industry. Video conferencing and online tutoring sessions have gone mainstream these past few years. Families and household members are now well-versed in using online tools for learning. Parents and their elder siblings supervise kids as they navigate through their online classes. Some of the video communication apps on the rise these days include Zoom, Google Hangouts, and Skype.

If you love teaching yet have other personal obligations to tend to, being an online teacher is a smarter alternative to being a traditional one. As you have the experience and qualifications to teach, all you need to do is to learn how to use the online platform that your company will set up for you. 

Depending on your target students, you can focus on teaching adult learners, homeschool students, or non-native-speaking students who’d like to learn English as a Second Language (ESL).

  • Create And Sell Scholastic Materials

Finding work during the pandemic could be challenging. But, if you have writing and idea generation skills, don’t waste them away because you can surely turn these skills into hard cash. If you’re good at creating teaching materials that you’ve developed while being a teacher on campus, put that to practice by accepting projects related to academic material creation.

Aside from working one-on-one with some online educational institutions, you can check out some online platforms that will allow you to display and sell your materials. You can check out Teachers Pay Teachers and Amazon Ignite if you’re interested in making money this way.

  • Be An Educational Coach

If you have a knack for helping others, why don't you give it a go and make it a part of your profession? Nothing beats doing something you love and earn money for it. Being an online coach will enable you to help many people in many ways. By giving advice and encouragement, listening, and mentoring, you can touch lives in ways you never imagined possible.

You’ll be required to undergo training and acquire an educational certificate if you want to become a certified life coach. However, as you already have the charisma, patience, and people skills as a teacher, it’s not difficult for you to push through with this career path. 


  • Score Test Papers Online

One surprising way for many teachers to earn money on the side is to score test papers online. It's not only exciting to know that they pay reasonably, but it’s also a very flexible job. You can do it on weekends, over the summer, or during seasonal breaks when you have extra time.

Make money anywhere by checking test papers before you go to bed, during an idle time at home, or while sipping your latte at a coffee shop. If you don’t mind reading and checking answers from examinations and papers, this money-making opportunity is most suitable for you.

Conclusion

Being a teacher is considered one of the noblest professions in society. With the fast-paced improvement and innovations in learning and teaching styles, you can continue your career as a teacher and hustle on the side with these different online jobs. 

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