This is actually a post that I wrote on my personal blog, but I would also like to add a link to it here because it’s relevant to online teachers who work from home.
We think about lesson plans, training for ourselves, and the technology we need to run our classrooms, but what about the practicalities like the chair that we sit on.
So when you’re working from home, Is your chair right for you? I share tips that you can use if you’re looking for a new office chair, and also if you just want to adjust the one you have to make it more comfortable and give you support.
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Achieving results online with adult language learners
If you enjoyed this article, you may also be interested in my book about teaching English to adults online. You can find the book, “Achieving results online with adult language learners – by Kirsty Major” on Amazon or iBooks, or you can read more about it here.
In the 40 chapters of the book, you’ll find several articles that I have published online, along with exclusive content that can only be found in the book. I talk about my experiences of setting up an online language teaching business, what I’ve learned, and how I’ve dealt with a variety of challenges, both in terms of organisation and running the lessons.