Your teacher type is... The Idealist
Congratulations, friend! By completing this quiz, you've proven your commitment to becoming a better teacher and supporting your students 💯 According to your responses, your teacher type is The Idealist! Wondering what does that mean? Keep reading...As an Idealist, you care about having a positive impact on your students and the world. You're genuinely passionate about teaching (trust me, your class can tell) and have always wanted to work with young people. On top of that, you hold social issues, such as climate change, poverty, and civil rights, close to your heart and instill those progressive value in others.Here's the thing, no matter your teacher type, your responsibilities in the classroom might stress you out. Maybe you wonder why all your hard work isn't rewarded with a higher salary. If so, let me reassure you, there are ways you can reduce overwhelm while earning more 💸 So let me fill you in!"The best teachers are those who show you where to look but don't tell you what to see" — Alexandra K. TrenforThe Top 3 Side Hustles for Teachers1. Sell Your ResourcesTeaching resources, that is! That's right, friend, there's a large online community of teachers willing to pay top dollar for your one-of-a-kind teaching resources... I'm talking about independent work packets, activities, lesson plans, worksheets, assessments, and so much more. So put those printables you spent hours designing and developing for your students to work! You'll be surprised by how much extra 💲 you can earn.2. Course CreationYou already know you're a great teacher, and wouldn't it be nice to instruct students on something other than punctuation or pre-calculous? By creating an online course, you can design your dream curriculum on subjects ranging from sewing to scuba diving. Better yet, you can record your lessons ahead of time, which means once you've launched them, there's very little upkeep required — you'll be bringing in the cash on autopilot!3. TutoringAnd not just in-person! There are many opportunities to tutor international students through the good ol' Internet. Online tutoring has some distinct advantages over traditional tutoring, too. It's often more adaptable to your schedule and the pay rate can be quite high depending on how many years of classroom experience you have ($20 an hour? No thanks). Trust me, if you haven't already, it's worth looking into.Wait a Second! Let Me Introduce Myself...Hey there, my name's Elizabeth Brown 👋 I'm a Teacherpreneur Coach passionate about helping teachers earn the income they deserve while living the life of their dreams... Because it really shouldn't be this darn difficult!I'll let you in on a secret... You don't have to be stressed out 24/7 and spend your evenings marking papers. You deserve more than that. Under my expert guidance, you'll learn how to build out better streams of revenue and take back your stability and financial security.Looking for a Little Guidance? Here Are 3 Free Resources to Get You Going1. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram. Stay in the loop with the latest teacherpreneur content all while finding a community of like-minded teachers who want to lift you up!2. Listen to this episode of my podcast The Teacherpreneur! It'll give you a game plan for gathering up your teaching resources and selling them online — trust me, you can do this, friend...3. Download my free guide Your Teacherpreneur Marketing Plan Made Easy. This guide will take the stress out of making your first marketing strategy. Get ready to earn the big bucks!P.S. Look Forward to Seeing Me in Your Inbox With More Teacherperneur Tips!