For many teachers, the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic was a challenging time and a period of adjustment. One day, teachers were in the classroom, and almost instantly, teachers had to transition to online teaching in a virtual classroom. As an experienced classroom teacher or a new grad, you may feel like a fish out of water teaching in a virtual classroom. Teaching online presents its own set of unique challenges and advantages, no matter what your background or experience may be.
With such a dramatic shift in how teachers traditionally teach, we compiled a list of online learning opportunities for those who want to build upon their online teaching skills:
|Post Secondary Institution||Course Name|
|University of British Columbia||Graduate Certificate in Technology-Based Learning for Schools (TBLS)|
|Vancouver Island University||Graduate Diploma in Online Learning and Teaching (OLTD)|
|Thompson Rivers University||Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning|
Distance/distributed learning teaching opportunities
Are you interested in the long-term job prospect of online teaching? Here are some online teaching opportunities in British Columbia’s public school districts and independent schools.
- K-9 Distance Learning Home Teacher – Traditional Learning Academy Online
- Elementary, Middle and Secondary Teachers – School District #73 Business Company (Global Education)
- K-9 Distributed Learning Teacher and Special Education Teacher – Anchor Academy
- 00 FTE Anticipatory Distributed Learning (DL) K-9 – School District #71 (Comox Valley)
- Temp, Full – Time District Grade 6-8 Learn at Home – School District #33 (Chilliwack)
The job titles for teaching online can vary from among employers. In some organizations, teachers that teach online are referred to as distributed learning teachings, distance learning teachers, online eduation teachers, and transition teachers. When you’re searching for these jobs on www.makeafuture.ca, make sure you try a variety of keywords.