Dr. Laura Von Staden is currently a Middle School Gifted Science teacher in Tampa, Florida. She serves on various committees in her school district, works closely with the regional university, and writes curriculum. She is also an expert advancement consultant and previously functioned as an Exceptional Student Education Specialist and as a coach.
This is an excellent book and a guaranteed rewarding read for all instructors.
Looking to your future and present.
Each chapter is total with all the information and details on how to navigate your course to any of these, or any other education associated side companies. What to expect and how to navigate problems such as social media, branding, copyright, naming, balance, and commitment are all resolved with honesty worrying the ups and downs of being an edupreneur (an educational entrepreneur).
While discussing the obstacles and sacrifices that all entrepreneurs deal with, the authors likewise provide support about discovering balance and following your enthusiasm to do what you were suggested to do– not some day after you retire however now.
If you become part of the 80% of instructors with a second task, or if you are a teacher with an enthusiasm or talent that extends beyond the classroom (which by the method is all instructors), then this book is for you.
If you have actually ever believed about pursuing a passion, and perhaps making it rewarding, this book is for you. You may alter your mind once you read this book if you have never believed about starting a side business to pursue additional talents or a passion.
The Edupreneurs Side Hustle Handbook: 10 Successful Educators Share Their Top TipsEdited by Lisa Dunnigan and Tosha Wright( Routledge/Eye On Education, 2020– Discover more).
Reviewed by Laura Von Staden.
These concepts are resolved in many all the chapters, however there is also a chapter particularly on the “Millionaire Teachers Mindset” which concentrates on changing your thinking in a manner that will enable you to keep first things first (not dropping the most crucial balls in our lives while juggling everything) and make cash too (even a million dollars).
Your step-by-step guide.
This is an extremely handy, user friendly resource written by teachers who have followed their enthusiasms and walked the tough path to various side gigs with success. Its for teachers seeking to do the very same.
Even if youre certain you will ever desire to go down this course, you need to still read The Edupreneurs Side Hustle Handbook since the trainees that we teach today require to have entrepreneurial skills, and who much better than you to teach it to them.
Dunnigan and Wright clearly and concisely detail the actions to take, barriers to prevent and things to think about that you probably would not have if the authors had not pointed them out. Each chapter has time out and reflect boxes that ask relevant concerns for the reader to consider at each of the stages of becoming an edupreneur.
The chapter on social media includes ideas on how to create quality posts others will desire to follow, like hitting on the pain points, what colors to use, how typically and when to release different kinds of posts on the various social media websites.
There are 10 stories of different side careers– from making clothing, to creating content for Teachers Pay Teachers, becoming a content designer, producing expert development, or writing that book– that are likely to fit the passions of lots of teachers.