Work from Home as a Public-School Teacher
With the growth of online connectivity across the globe, the opportunity to teach from home has expanded greatly. Many of the online teaching positions do require that the educators are certified teachers, but there are also opportunities for those that are just well versed in the subject knowledge.
If you live in the United States, then you may be aware that many public schools are taking advantage of some virtual school options for their students. Virtual schools allow students to take classes that may not be available at their local school; additionally, children have the flexibility to learn at any time of the day.
Although teachers have the flexibility to teach from home, teachers must be available for students and parents for much of the day; this includes responding to text messages, e-mails, and phone calls.
Some well know places to begin your search for online teaching careers
Connections Academy is based in Maryland, but offers public school education opportunities for children across the United States(Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Utah Washington, Wyoming, International Locations).
Positions are available for various subject areas at different grade levels, and for supporting positions. The teacher positions require that you are a certified teacher.
K12 has been in existence since 1999. They now offer virtual school programs for students in most of the 50 states. There academic, corporate, and support positions available. The teaching positions for K12 require that you are a certified teacher.
If you have a bachelor’s degree but are not certified to teach, there are many opportunities available for post bachelor’s teacher certification training.