I come from a professional background (nursing) where working on weekends and public holidays is normal. This may be one of the reasons why I’ve offered lessons on Saturday and Sunday ever since I started as an online language teacher in 2012.
Today I had the pleasure to interview Gwendolyn from the USA who is another great example that digital nomads aren’t all in their 20’s and that it’s always possible to venture into a new life.
About three weeks ago, I shared an idea in my Facebook group for Digital Nomad Language Teachers: I asked if anyone was interested in offering small group lessons and join forces to spread the word about the project and do the marketing together.
In my article about how to optimise your course descriptions on italki, I listed a few possibilities of courses you may offer and promised to go more into detail as far as teaching them is concerned.
This is part 2 of my interview series “Teaching English in China”. I’m talking to people who either went to China to teach at Chinese universities or language schools or who work with Chinese students online.