So, you’re about to start your online teaching gig and you need something portable. Maybe you’re a seasoned teacher, and you have your digital classroom routine mastered, but you’re looking for an upgrade. Regardless of your situation, you’ve found yourself looking for a new machine that you can rely on. Before we jump into this,Continue reading “3 Laptops in Different Price-Ranges for Online Teachers in 2020”
In this video, you’ll learn how to use fun Snapchat filters in your digital classroom. This is a fun way to spice up your lesson around the holidays, for birthdays, or if you just want to amuse your students.
The post-apocalyptic video-game genre has really become an over-saturated market these days, mostly littered with DayZ clones, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. knockoffs, and The Last of Us wannabes. Since about 2012, this genre has been plagued with dead-beat alpha games created by developers who don’t keep promises and line their pockets with failed project after failed project. JustContinue reading “5 Bad-Ass Looking Post-Apocalyptic Games to Play in 2021”
If you’re looking to build your first rig on a budget, but don’t know where to start, or if you don’t know which parts do what, and you’ve been scrolling through Reddit trying to find answers, look no further, because I’m going to help you build your first PC for $1,300 or less. $1,300 isn’tContinue reading “Building Your First Gaming PC for $1,300 or Less”
I want to preface this by saying yes, I know, two of these games are zombie survival games, and yes, zombie survival games are so overplayed. But zombies and friends, they just go together! Like peanut butter and jelly. Sweat and gamer palms. You get the point. If zombies aren’t your cup of tea, beContinue reading “My Top 3 PC Games to Play With Friends in 2020”
With the year 2020 came COVID-19, massive job loss, damage to the economy, and tragic losses of life all across the globe. In the U.S, many people have turned to online work to either supplement their current job due to having less hours of work, being laid off, or flat out being let go. IfContinue reading “3 Headsets in Different Price-Ranges for Online Teachers in 2020”
As a disclaimer, my experience probably doesn’t reflect that of EVERYONE whose ever taught online English lessons, but I want to point out that for the most part, teaching platforms based in China are very similar in terms of the way they function and what they expect of teachers. So, like many of you, IContinue reading “For Those of You Considering Teaching English Online: Read About My Experience”
Hi! I’m Boris. I’m a college student and English teacher working for Qkids. I’m 24 years old, and living in the Midwest in the good ol’ USA. My aim for this blog is to help give new teachers opportunities and mentorship with their online teaching endeavors, as well as to provide tech tips. Maybe youContinue reading “So, Who Is This Guy?”