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Searching for Online ESL Tutoring Job

Unread postby cb51 » Sun Apr 12, 2009 4:59 pm

Hi All,
I'm looking for an online ESL teaching or tutoring job. I reside in Boston.
Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Searching for Online ESL Tutoring Job

Unread postby Nersi » Wed Apr 22, 2009 11:10 am

I live in Tehran and I am an English teacher. I have students who would like to have a native speaker as their tutor. Please tell me how much you are thinking of charging and what plans you have for online teaching.
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Re: Searching for Online ESL Tutoring Job

Unread postby hollysuel » Wed May 27, 2009 9:40 pm

I have written this on other forums and my blog:

I've come across a lot of live online language portals! I have tried out a few of them and have had success and many of my colleagues have also and some have not... Anyone have experience with these portals? Which ones would you suggest?

Avilano
Buddy School
ChooseI
Edufire
English Everywhere
English Bee (formerly Culture Link Online)
Find A Tutor
Find My Favorite Teacher
Find Your Teachers
ForteMall
iTalki
Learnissimo
Lingueo
Linkua
Myngle
Spoken Skills
Teacher James
TuteU
Verbal Planet

Check here http://liveonlineenglishteacher.blogspot.com/2009/01/live-online-language-portals.html for the urls
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Re: Searching for Online ESL Tutoring Job

Unread postby HappySensei » Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:13 pm

Hi guys!

If you are looking to teach online there's a new site called http://beta.ilumii.com that allows you to be an online teacher. I've tried it with some success although the site has just started and its very new, I like it more because it offers many features that the other sites like WizIQ and edufire don't offer.

The best part about this site is that you can teach up to 3 students at a time, so, all of a sudden your income can go from 20/30 dollars a lesson to 60 to 90 depending on what you charge and how many students you can get.

This site has awesome tools, you can schedule tutorials, lesson packages, invite students, and so on. The best part is that if a student accepts an invitation to study and they don't show up, you still get paid.

Anyways, if you want to check it out you can sign up for the Free Trial version at http://beta.ilumii.com
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Re: Searching for Online ESL Tutoring Job

Unread postby saosin » Sun May 01, 2011 4:09 pm

You can try to look for online jobs at various outsourcing sites like oDesk.com, freelancer.com and elance.com. You can bid for a job appropriate to your field.
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Re: Searching for Online ESL Tutoring Job

Unread postby knowpronto » Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:54 am

You can try job in freelancer sites like odesk, elance and freelancer.com. But they will be high competitor there and not get easy job in this sites. you have to working hard to find the job in this sites.

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