Teachers – do you have an idea for an online course but you aren’t sure how to proceed?
Do you have valuable content that would help students but you just don't know how to get your content out there?
If you answered yes, then Project Jaguar has the perfect solution for you!
When I was at the Caribbean TESOL Expo in Jamaica last month, I had the pleasure of meeting Trevaun Solomon, the young but very impressive “brain” behind Project Jaguar. Trevaun is barely 20 but he is making a huge impact in the online platform marketplace! He really impressed me when he demonstrated how easy it is for teachers to set up a course(s) and start earning income. What I like about Project Jaguar is that their platform is only for teachers so they are working hard to learn what teachers need and how we can get the most from their product.
What is Project Jaguar exactly?
It’s an all-in-one course management system.
· create a course(s)
· organize classes efficiently
· provide lesson plans, rubrics, and grade books
· easily share files with students
· engage in lively class discussions
· and collect payments
The monthly fee is $20 US but the great news is that Trevaun is waiving the fee for all of my teacher to teacherpreneur followers! That is a $240 savings a year!
Click on this link https://pjaguar.com/#/r/t2t to get started!
You can create an online course in just a few minutes. I know many teachers have asked me about setting up an “online classroom” so I hope you will take advantage of this generous offer. Personally, I have thought of selling courses online for the last few years but just never got around to it. I have a ton of content that I can organize into an online course or two so I'mn excited about selling content in the form of online courses soon!
P.S. Just so you know, I am not receiving any compensation for this offer even though they have featured me as the Teacher of the Month.
Patrice (I finally got a professional headshot after years of procrastinating!)
Patrice Palmer, M.Ed., M.A., CPP has more than 20 years’ experience as an adult educator, trainer, and writer. She spent seven amazing years teaching in Hong Kong and has taught students from 8 to 80. Patrice has transitioned out of full-time classroom teaching and now works as a teacherpreneur (www.teacherpreneur.ca) and also provides workshops on workplace happiness and employee engagement but has a soft-spot for teacher well-being. Patrice’s own personal experience with professional burn-out in 2015 prompted her to reflect on her own lack of self-care and adopt positive psychology interventions which she now shares with other educators and administrators. (www.patricepalmer.ca)