I just secured my first online teaching job. I’m partnering with TutorUniverse (http:/www.tutoruniverse.com) to provide tutoring at primary, secondary, college, and adult education levels. The areas I’m providing service in are a broad spectrum of disciplines to include information technology, writing, academic paper preparation, Bible, and Theology. TutorUniverse’s interactive virtual classroom is state of the art. The fee is hourly and the prices are very reasonable. Once you sign up, you can specify me by searching for my full name.
These are the specific areas I am working in:
Academic Writing, Agile Methodology, APA formatting, Bible, Blogging, Business Analysis, Computer Applications – Microsoft Access, Computer Applications – Microsoft Excel, Computer Applications – Microsoft Word, Database, English Composition and Academic Writing Skills, Information Systems, Introduction To Computer Science, Proofreading, Rational Quality Manager, Rational Requirements Composer, SDLC, Software Quality Assurance, Systems Analysis, Theology, Visual Basic for Applications
This approach to teaching is in concert with my post-grad research in Competency-Based Training. Instead of conducting time-boxed classes where the goal is to finish and get a grade, I’ll be working one-on-one with distance learners that desire to develop competency in areas where they are lacking. We will be done when they have developed the competency needed to do their jobs or succeed in school. I am looking forward to working with a broad spectrum of students including home-schoolers.
I am sitting just a few months shy of my second Master’s. Three weeks after I get that, I undertake a second opportunity to get a doctorate, only this time at age 50 instead of age 32. In one of the uncounted number of random thoughts that come during periods of solitude, I was considering what the difference is between a student and a scholar. A student sees studying as the means to an end such as a diploma or a degree. A scholar sees studying as a beginning without needing a particular end in sight. When I was 32, I was merely a student. Today, I am scholar.