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Selling Lesson Plans Online: Ways to Supplement Your Income

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Are you looking for ways to supplement your current salary? If so, you're not alone. Many teachers are exploring ways in which they can earn extra income from the hard work they do every day including by selling their lesson plans. There are several websites that let teachers upload and promote their lesson plans to other educators looking for new ideas. Join Monica Burns as she shares her own experience selling lesson plans online, including possible sites to use, best practices, common mistakes, and quick tips, so you can get started today!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Personal Enrichment
Tags: extra income, extra money, selling lesson plans, supplemental income

Reviews (18)

Full Member
Lots of good information. I was only familiar with Teachers Pay Reachers, so this helped!
Full Member
Thank you for this overview! I do think that a bit more word of warning about the use original copyright and using non-original text or ideas from books/online, etc. in the creation of lesson plans sold would have been beneficial - not just addressing the subject in the question at the end. Other than that, informative and helpful!
Very good overview of a variety of sites and what they have to offer.
Full Member
Great information! Thanks.
Full Member
Excellent, succinct presentation for anyone venturing into the land of lesson plan entrepreneurship! Thanks for all of the tips and for the links and info on the different sites for selling lesson plans!
Full Member
I really enjoyed this webinar. Thanks for the suggestions
Full Member
Very informative
Full Member
Very informative.
Full Member
Thanks. Interesting! I will consider doing this.
I have to give Ms. Burns credit for giving advice that could help potential competition! I watched this simply because I was curious, having heard just a little about this fairly recent phenomenon. The presentation was definitely instructive regarding the nuts/bolts of how these websites work. More than that, I give Ms. Burns credit for approaching the topic as a seller of plans; I suspect many teachers undervalue their work as something others would want to use, though of course we have been swapping stuff among our friends for years.
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