We remove your details from TeacherOn instantly. After that Google automatically removes it after a certain time (which is random and difficult to predict). We can’t control what Google and other search engines show but we can request to speed up the removal process. Here’s how you do it.
For students: Just close your post(s). Have a latte. We will request Google to remove your data immediately.
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Google stores our website data like millions of other websites. We don’t have active control over what Google stores, and that data is not always up to date. However, you can request Google to remove a link using their Request removal tool.
Teachers If you have deleted/inactivated your teaching profile but it’s still showing up on google search, copy the link as is displayed in Google search results and request Google to remove it using Google url removals tool.
Ever since the inception of teacheron.com, I wanted to:
Give priority access and reduce the cost for teachers who pay. Serve people even if they don’t pay, because some people just can’t. Make it painfully difficult for spammers to bother teachers and students. Reward teachers for their honesty and civility. Also, pricing every job at 50 coins was wrong. Some jobs are not worth applying. Some jobs pay a lot. For eg., A Maths home tutoring...
I have been asked this question in million different ways. To be honest, it’s competitive. When you are competing for a single job with thousands of other teachers - especially for online teaching jobs, it’s difficult to stand out.
In my experience, nothing you do is guaranteed. However, as in life, we work hard and increase the probabiliites in our favour. So here are few things you can do to increase your chance of getting students on teacheron.com and on other sites as well.
I receive many queries regarding online teaching often asking questions similar to what I already answered hundreds of times. To help more people without having to repeat, I compiled all the questions and some more to make a comprehensive guide to online teaching which I hope will help many teachers who are new or unaware of this. This guide is not an end in itself but is an excellent starting point. If you are an experienced online teacher and have any feedback or additions, please feel free...
Some teachers are good, and others lack common sense. I hope this post serves as a guide for giving bad examples to make sure students don’t understand anything. These are some of the bad examples I encountered as a student.
How not to teach exponents? Teacher: This is how we solve exponents. (After some theory.. blah blah).. So to solve 22 we multiply two with itself twice which is 2*2 = 4. Does everyone understand how exponents work?
WordPress founder, Matt Mullenweg, mentioned in an interview that he wasn’t happy with his college because they were still teaching old technologies like Microsoft Visual Basic in 2002. Our colleges in India today, in 2016, still teach the same. The real tragedy is that you can’t even find Visual Basic software. In spite of that, the syllabus hasn’t changed.
What you learn at college is already outdated Colleges don’t teach technology; they teach the history of technology, things which...