Write Curriculum

9. Write Curriculum
From giants like Pearson to wacky outsiders like Shmoop, there are a plethora of curriculum companies out there. While each will have a core of in-house curriculum writers, most are always on the hunt for teachers to create curriculum for them on a contract basis. Check the providers directly for jobs, as well as job sites like Indeed, Ed Surge, and Virtual Vocations.

10. Teach at a Community College or Museum
We’ve focused a lot in this article on online options for spreading your passion and expertise, whether it’s related to what you teach every day or to another subject entirely. But there are plenty of ways to pass on this knowledge in person. Both community colleges and even private universities often offer one-off courses to returning students, and some are open to pitches from the community. Museums are much the same. If you are, for instance, a Biology teacher and an amateur paleontologist and are obsessed with dinosaurs, your local museum may very well be open to hosting a course. If not, why not organize a seminar yourself at your local library?

 

9. Write Curriculum

From giants like Pearson to wacky outsiders like Shmoop, there are a plethora of curriculum companies out there. While each will have a core of in-house curriculum writers, most are always on the hunt for teachers to create curriculum for them on a contract basis. Check the providers directly for jobs, as well as job sites like Indeed, Ed Surge, and Virtual Vocations.

10. Teach at a Community College or Museum

We’ve focused a lot in this article on online options for spreading your passion and expertise, whether it’s related to what you teach every day or to another subject entirely. But there are plenty of ways to pass on this knowledge in person. Both community colleges and even private universities often offer one-off courses to returning students, and some are open to pitches from the community. Museums are much the same. If you are, for instance, a Biology teacher and an amateur paleontologist and are obsessed with dinosaurs, your local museum may very well be open to hosting a course. If not, why not organize a seminar yourself at your local library?

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