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Online Children's Coding Teacher

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Job Description

Remote Coding Instructor for Kids

Looking for a work-from-home teaching opportunity? We are seeking passionate educators to teach Computer Programming/Coding online to students from 5 years old to 13 years old, the ability to work from home and earn $15/hr. You can teach from anywhere at any time.

Why Teach with ClassOver?

  • Work from home with no commute or minimum hours - you can teach part-time
  • Curriculum provided so that you can focus on just teaching
  • Exclusive voluntary workshops to develop and fine-tune your teaching skills both inside and outside of the classover platform
  • Earn $15/hr plus the opportunity to earn more through referral bonuses, teaching incentives, and other promotions
  • An enthusiastic and supportive community of teachers all over the country
  • Truly make an impact in the lives of kids

Requirements

  • College students with a degree in a relevant field
  • Computer programming/Coding experience is required, some knowledge with Scratch and/or Python is preferred.
  • This position is based in the US. We cannot do sponsorships
  • Teaching experience (including homeschooling, tutoring, coaching, mentoring, and other experiences) is preferred
  • Teaching certification is preferred
  • Weekend or evening availability is required.

WHO WE ARE

Classover is an online child learning center focused on children range between 5-13 years old. We firmly believe that technology empowers education, and innovative technology can drive more efficient education. We have our own interactive online teaching platform that easily connects teachers to young learners in real-time with fun. Our mission is to inspire and empower every child for the future you can become the one that can change kids' lives while being able to work from home.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: From $15.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule

Application Question(s):

  • Do you have weekend availability?
  • Do you have evening (after 7 PM EST) availability?

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Required)

Experience:

  • Teaching: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Scratch: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Python: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Curriculum development: 1 year (Preferred)

Language:

  • English (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • Fully Remote

Work Location: Remote

Employee Ratings Class Over

  • Based on full-time and part-time employees only, with 13 reviewers

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    They do business with integrity and rational thinking. Overall, it's an excellent place to work, with products that are winning in the marketplace.

Reviews

  • Loved working here! SLP

    2018-01-30 07:00:16.22

    Gosh, where do I begin? I guess at the beginning: the location-it's in a funky old building that looks like a set from a western movie from the parking lot. The back is on the water with a genormous wharf, sliding glass doors and a view of Mt Rainer. Really, this location can't be beat! Next, the staff: super fun folks to work with and socialize with. lots of good energy and everyone is super helpful to everyone else. It really is a team here and the director hires people who she thinks will blend well with the team specifically. Third, the job: I loved my caseload! The variety of disorders was nice and the professional challenge was great, especially since the director takes a lot of time to make sure that each therapist is comfortable with their caseload and she has an open door policy where she is always available for brainstorming and advice. I didn't know much at all about AAC when I started here, and to be honest, I was a bit intimidated with how much it is used at CLASS, Inc. That being said, the director the the therapy team was so helpful, that I learned tons without even feeling like I was out of my league. Lots of continuing education is provided regarding AAC, too. Caseloads are low, but they do occasionally get larger (up to 70% productivity is larger). Administration is totally open if you go to them to say you are feeling like you have too much on your plate and they will immediately release you of some clients/responsibilities. More than adequate time is available for paper work, and if you can't do notes at the end of the day, because that is a busy time, there is always time the next day. Did I say that I really enjoyed my caseload!?! Fourth: there is an entire room of toys and games-truly amazing! Other materials are profuse. Good range of testing materials, both standardized and non-standardized. Administration will purchase anything else that you want. Really, compared to my job before this one at CLASS, Inc. it's like working for the fairy godmother at CLASS, Inc. The only reason that I left was due to a required move that my spouse had to make,

    Like I said, there are occasional caseload increases, but that always settles down rather quickly. The building is old and quirky (the floors are uneven and the doors don't always shut tightly) The kitchen is small, but adequate for having a group of 2-3 clients in it and it is always fully stocked with food for therapy use and snacks for staff.