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Q: Is there anything like online teaching in china?

4 years 24 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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Advertise yourself in online forums. Make sure that the student pays before the lessons start. There are a few online schools, but Chinese employers have a loose enough grasp of ethics when being dealt with face to face; I would never risk working for people in this country that I couldn't yell at in person should they try to screw me.

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Advertise yourself in online forums. Make sure that the student pays before the lessons start. There are a few online schools, but Chinese employers have a loose enough grasp of ethics when being dealt with face to face; I would never risk working for people in this country that I couldn't yell at in person should they try to screw me.

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i worked with enging.com.cn years back. recorded skype lessons with managers and other professionals all over the world. the pay sucked, because i only got a handful of students scheduled for different times of day, and they paid per 20 minute lesson, not the recordkeeping tasks afterwards, which often took longer. the lessons forced me to limit my activities every day to accommodate.

they have their own offices in BJ and SH, but will delegate tasks to onliners. if they don't have a good number of students for you straight away, it's just a waste of time.

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