Like Clockwork: A Day in the Life of a VIPKid Teacher

I distinctly remember making fun of my dad when I was younger. One evening, I heard him walk into the kitchen, and I told my aunt, “He’s going to stir his coffee three times, then go to the bathroom, then come in and ask if we want to play cards.” It happened just like that. As an adult, I could anticipate exactly what day and time he would call me on his commute to work. It was 7 minutes later than normal on days when he filled up his truck with gas. It was 12 minutes later than normal on car wash days.

Now, as an adult, I find comfort in his routines (as well as my own!) Yes, it’s true. I am as much a creature of habit as he ever was. For those of you considering a side-hustle, extra job, or even a new hobby, and you’re wondering how to fit it in, I thought I’d share my schedule! I realize I have the luxury of no small children at home, so that simplifies things. But if there’s something you truly want to do, there’s always a way to fit it in.

Monday

My alarm goes off at 4:20 am central time. I have my apple watch set to vibrate so I can hit snooze without waking my husband up. It goes off the second time at 4:29, giving me one minute to turn off my backup alarm. I hop out of bed, shower, and put on my makeup for the day. By 5:00, I’m dressed for teaching in my orange VIPKid shirt and jeans. I grab a diet coke and head upstairs to my office.

Once upstairs, I close the door so I don’t disturb my sleeping son, and I turn on my computer. Then I drink my diet coke, surf facebook or instagram for about 10 minutes, and dry my hair. At 5:15 (or 5:20 at the latest) I sign into my classroom, make sure my props are ready for class, and by 5:25 I have my headset on and am applying lipstick, ready to teach.

I teach three classes: 5:30, 6:00, and 6:30. From 6:55 – 7:30 I finish my diet coke, write feedback from my classes, and straighten up my classroom. I might also prep for my classes the next day so I don’t have to think about it later. (It only takes me about 10 or 15 minutes total to get ready – sometimes less.)

At 7:30, I go downstairs and get my dog Buster out of the bedroom where he and my husband are usually still snoozing. I feed him, let him out, and make my breakfast. I usually change into a non-orange shirt and then am ready to start my day.

At 8:00 am – I am ready to work at my day job. Because I work from home, I don’t have to worry about a commute. I teach from the small half-bath connected to my office, I can seamlessly switch from one to the other. I work until 5:00 on most weekdays, then I wrap up and head downstairs to get ready for dinner. I’m in the bedroom by 8:30 and reading or watching tv. I’m in bed alseep by 9:30. When I get less than seven hours of sleep, it’s not good for anyone.

Tuesday

Tuesday is almost identical to Monday, except… it’s TACO TUESDAY! Every Tuesday, a small group of friends made up of soccer parents, band parents, and church friends gets together to get $2 tacos each Tuesday. Our little band of friends has been as small as two and as large as ten, but regardless of size, we always have fun. Without kids and school events, it’s a little harder to stay social since our schedules aren’t filled with their activities. So this is our way of making sure we spend time with our friends and don’t lose touch.

Wednesday

Almost the same as Monday and Tuesday, except Wednesday is church day. I’ll be the first to admit that I have not been as regular going to church as I would like, but Wednesday service is actually my favorite service of the week. I find that when I’m the most stressed or overwhelmed, that’s when it’s most important to slow down and re-calibrate, and our Wednesday evening healing service is the perfect place to do that. It begins at 5:30, so I have to make sure to finish up work by at least 4:45 to have time to let Buster out before heading to church. It’s “come as you are” so I don’t have to change clothes. After church, we have Wednesday night supper, so unless it’s poppy seed chicken, we often eat there! Often, there are meetings and other programming on Wednesday night, so it’s usually straight to 8:30 chair time when we get home.

Thursday

Repeat Monday-Wednesday. (Are you seeing a pattern yet?) As you might know, the reason I started working with VIPKid is to help earn money for our new worship space at my church. We broke ground in May, and so it’s an exciting time at our little Chapel. I am the chair of the building committee, so every other Thursday we meet from about 6:00 – 8:00. I try to make my Thursday evenings time to work on building-committee related things. Then I grab fast food on the way home. Then guess what – it’s chair time!

Friday

Wash, rinse, repeat. I don’t work or teach on the weekends, so I always enjoy Fridays as I look forward to 5:00. We almost always go out to dinner on Fridays, and we might run some other errands after work. We try to keep Friday evenings open to do whatever we want. After all, it’s the weekend! Many teachers opt to teach on Friday and Saturday nights (since these are weekend days in China) but I choose to keep these reserved for family time.

Weekends

I get to sleep in! Granted, when you’re used to getting up at 4:30, 7:00 is a luxury. And my dog wakes me up at his normal 7:30 if I’m not already awake. Weekend mornings are my quiet time. I usually sit in the living room (where I am right now!) Weekend mornings are my time to blog. I work on my social media pages, and sometimes I edit YouTube videos. I am an editor for the Google Slides VIPKid group on Facebook, and so I also try to edit 5-10 submissions each weekend. My dog sits on the couch, and we hang out in front of the fire. My husband usually gets up around 9 or 9:30 but we aren’t ready for breakfast and social interaction for a few more hours. Once we roll out around 11:00, we run errands or do whatever strikes our fancy on the weekends. We go to church at 5:00 Sunday night, so it allows us a lot of flexibility. I usually spend about 15 minutes preparing for my Monday classes, but that can be done really anytime.

Do you have a routine that works for you? Or are you more of a “short-notice” fly by the seat of your pants person? Either way, VIPKid can work for you. I love the flexibility it offers that works with almost any schedule. If you’d like to learn more, please send me a message!

VIPKid Time Off

It’s November. As a student, that marked the beginning of holiday season and lots of non-school days. Even as an adult working in corporate America, most of my companies had several holidays – Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day – so I was guaranteed to have a few short work weeks. This is all great, right?

Then came VIPKid. While I eagerly looked forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas, my students in China don’t celebrate these. So I was faced with a few dilemmas:

  • Do I take time off from teaching, or do I continue to keep my regular schedule?
  • If I do take time off, how should I tell my students’ parents?

Let me start by saying that there is no right answer. Every teacher is different, so you have to choose what’s best for you. But hopefully the below will help you make these decisions!

It’s also worth pointing out that with VIPKid, there are no limits to the time you can take off. You are an independent contractor, so you can open as many (or few) time slots as you wish.

Benefits of Teaching on a Holiday

If you are able to teach, there are some definite advantages. Many teachers DO take time off, so you are likely to have better bookings. If you are a new teacher, this is a great opportunity to find some new students who may not be able to book their usual teacher! Because fewer teachers are working, VIPKid also often has lucrative incentives, extra tokens, and more. Of course, it’s a great way to earn extra holiday spending money, and depending on your teaching schedule, you could potentially be done before your family even wakes up. And if you have a day job like I do, and you are off work, that’s an opportunity to teach extra classes.

Disadvantages of Teaching on a Holiday

For most of us, we teach early in the morning or late at night. So you are giving up your opportunity for extra rest over the holidays. Burnout is a very real thing, and time off is important for our health and well-being. You might be traveling over the holidays, or people might be traveling to visit you. Classrooms could be displaced, or you might need to teach from a new location. These aren’t show-stoppers, but they do usually result in extra work. Finally (and this is the big one for me) it takes time away from my family. I have three college-aged boys who are usually home around the holidays. Even though they would be asleep while I teach, I would likely wake them up with my awful singing! And there’s just something so luxurious about being able to lounge around and not have to get up when the rest of your family is doing the same.

How to Notify Your Students’ Parents

When I am going to be taking time off, I try to notify my parents two weeks in advance. I do three things:

  • Include my time off in my class feedback to any regular students.
  • Create a standard response to decline any priority booking requests I receive for those days.
  • Post an update in We Chat.

Sample Feedback Message

I should begin by saying that I do not speak Chinese. There are several Facebook groups that offer translation services if you want a more thorough explanation for your parents. The below is my simple version. I have run it through an online translation tool and it translates fairly accurately.

“November 28th is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. I will not teach between November 27th and November 29th because I will be with my family. I apologize for any inconvenience. Happy Thanksgiving!”

For Thanksgiving 2019, I will begin using this message on Monday, November 11. Parents are given the opportunity to schedule their next class as soon as their current class is finished. Since most have already booked for the following week, they will likely be requesting times for Thanksgiving week. Additionally, this will allow me to send them the same message two times in feedback (if I teach their student once per week.)

Sample Priority Booking Request Response

You do not have to respond to booking requests. However, I normally try to. Here is an example of how I would respond on a day that I have taken as a holiday:

“I am sorry I cannot accept your booking request. November 28th is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. I will not teach between November 27th and November 29th because I will be with my family. I will be available to teach again beginning Monday, December 2nd. Thank you!”

Sample We Chat Message

In We Chat, I tend to provide more details. I have a personal relationship with parents I’ve connected with on We Chat, and I know they will ask questions if something doesn’t translate well. Below is what I plan to post this week. I might post it a few times with different and fun Bitmoji pictures!

“My schedule will be different during the last week of November because of the Thanksgiving festival in America. I will be spending time with my family and eating special meals with them. I will only be available to teach Monday, November 25th and Tuesday, November 26th that week. My regular schedule will resume in December. Thank you for understanding. Happy Thanksgiving!”

Do you plan to take time off during the holidays? If so, I’d love to hear your tips in the comments!

As always, if you have any questions, please let me know.

If you are looking for a job that’s flexible enough to let you take time off when you want to, VIPKid could be a great fit for you! Please contact me, and I would love to help you get started!

Booking Boosters for VIPKid

If you are asking the question, “How can I get more VIPKid bookings?” You are not alone. And before I give any suggestions, let me assure you that you have not done anything wrong! There are many factors that can go into VIPKid bookings, and low bookings can affect any of us: new teachers, tenured teachers, and everyone in between! But don’t worry, there are some easy things that you can do that have the potential to help bring in bookings.

First, the “big 6” booking boosters that I’ve talked about before are:

  1. Be sure you are opening your schedule for the correct weeks. (If you’re fuzzy on the frenzy timing, review my post about VIPKid Booking Schedules.
  2. Review your profile picture.
  3. Review your featured photos and intro video.
  4. Take workshops.
  5. Add certifications (especially trials!)
  6. Open short notice bookings.

You can read more about all of these in my first post about bookings, Getting Bookings with VIPKid.

If you have tried all of those without luck, there are some other options.

Send e-cards to prior students.

Remember, e-cards go to students, not their parents. With the latest update, you must use pre-formatted templates, but there are several that are relevant. There’s a “Book Me” card that includes a “Book Me” message, an “I miss you” message, a “See you soon,” message and a “Happy to see you” message. There are also some good ones under “See you in class” and “Thanks.” If you aren’t sure how to send an e-card, I have a walk-through here: How to Send an e-card with VIPKid.

Open a ticket for low bookings.

VIPKid will sometimes help teachers increase their bookings. In the support center, you can create a new ticket. There are a few different options. I would start with the first: Issue = No Booking or Issue = Low Booking. If you try this and have not had success in a week’s time, then I would open a second ticket: Issue = Teacher Voice. In either scenario, VIPKid can get your information over to Learning Partners who may be looking for a new teacher to recommend to their students. Be sure to include your teacher show name! (The one with the letters after it!)

Open your schedule further in advance.

Always be sure your schedule is open at least two weeks in advance. That is the standard window, and many parents try to rebook for two weeks out immediately following their last class. But if you can (and are sure you can teach!) then try to open a consistent schedule for at least a month in advance. If a parent is looking for a “regular” teacher who can teach their child on an ongoing basis, they will want to be sure that your schedules are compatible.

Participate in VIPKid promotional activities.

VIPKid often offers different promotions that can help get your profile in front of parents. The current activity that is in its last few weeks this August (2019) is the Teacher Showroom. It’s an opportunity to upload an additional short video. As of August 13, VIPKid said they had 4,000 entries. While this seems like a lot, 4,000 out of around 70,000 teachers is not that many. Less than 6 percent of VIPKid’s teachers participated, so if new parents are scrolling through trying to find their perfect match, you’ve just increased your odds of being seen!

Check your teacher tags.

Honestly, I’m not a big fan of this technique. (Check out VIPKid Teacher Tags to see why.) But if all else fails, you could consider updating your teacher tags. When you go through your interview and mock classes, certain “tags” are added to your profile that are visible to teachers. Parents can also add them, or you can select your own (up to six.) The general idea is that parents can see areas of specialty or personality traits to help decide if you will be a good fit for their child. There are a few things you can do with teacher tags to potentially affect your bookings.

  1. First, you can review your tags in the teacher portal or PC App under “My Info” and then “teacher tags.”
  2. Next, if you don’t have six visible, you can edit them and update them (once every thirty days.)
  3. Finally, If you feel that the tags are not representative of your personality, you can change them. No tags should really have more benefit than others; however, it is possible that if your tags are not aligned with your real teaching style, it could impact repeat bookings.

Reach out to parents on social media.

If you use WeChat or Weibo, you can post something for parents to see. Be sure that it translates well to Chinese and that it’s respectful. I have even seen teachers post about specific days: “I have several classes available on Friday! What students will I see?” You could gently suggest that parents consider recommending you to their friends.

There is no “one right way” to get bookings with VIPKid, but I hope you have found these suggestions helpful.

Have you tried any of these techniques? Let me know how they worked in the comments!

And of course, if you are a new teacher I would be happy to help. You can get started right away with the VIPKid application and I will be happy to answer any questions I can. Happy teaching!

VIPKid Week 2 and the Early Months

Remember that everyone’s VIPKid journey is different. No two teachers will ever have the exact same schedule or experience, and that’s ok!

You’ve made it through the gauntlet we know as the VIPKid hiring process. You got the elusive “first booking.” Maybe you had several bookings! And then … what?

This post is designed to help fill in the blanks for what comes next.

Open your schedule.

Students and their parents have the opportunity to book you again right after class. Make sure you have the next two weeks open to fully take advantage of this! I usually include my availability in the future when I send my feedback.

For example, “In our next lesson, I would like to keep working with Bao Bao on “this” and “that.” I have a fun game that I think he will enjoy that will help reinforce this. If you would like to book our next class, I have this same time available next week! Thank you! Teacher Amelia U

Check for feedback.

If you haven’t gotten any, don’t sweat it! (Everyone is different. Check here to see How does your VIPKid apple rating measure up?) If you did get feedback, I encourage you to respond to it. (You can do this through the PC App or the web portal, but not by phone.) I’m sure it’s positive, 5-apple feedback and so a simple thank you is sufficient. A few options I’ve used are:

  • Thank you for taking the time to leave feedback. Receiving positive feedback is very important to VIPKid teachers, and I really appreciate it!
  • Thank you for the 5-apple feedback! Bao Bao did a great job in class, and I can’t wait to see him again!
  • Thank you for leaving me 5-apples! I appreciate your feedback and I hope to see Bao Bao soon. If you would like to schedule another class, I am available next Friday!

If for some reason it isn’t 5-apple feedback, resist the urge to be confrontational in a response. You can see how to dispute bad feedback here.

Send e-cards to students you want to rebook!

The feedback is your way of communicating with parents. E-cards are your way to communicate with the students. With that in mind, stay away from scheduling conversation and keep it high level and positive.

  • I had fun in our class last week Bao Bao! Are you doing your homework? I hope to see you in class soon! – Teacher Amelia U
  • I hope you enjoyed our class last week! Next time I have a fun Ultraman game that we can play while you learn English. See you soon! – Teacher Amelia U

Always use your teacher show name.

You may have noticed in both my feedback and e-cards I used my show name (that name with the initial after it.) This is just in case the parents have lost me in the sea of teachers and don’t know how to find me TO rebook. When little Bao Bao shows them the adorable e-card that I sent them, it will remind them and they can find me to rebook!

Watch your replay.

Did you know you can go back into the PC App and watch your class replay? It won’t be available immediately, but it is usually there a few hours after class. Watch the replay with an open mind, and ask yourself:

  • What did I do well?
  • What should I do differently?
  • Did it look like I was having fun?
  • Did it look like my student was having fun?
  • How much time was I talking? (Remember, our goal is to have the student talk 50-80% of the time, depending on their level!)
  • Were there times that I cut off my student before they could fully answer?
  • How was my timing?
  • Did I use a good mixture of props to help enhance the learning?

I like referring to the Teacher Applicant Performance Indicator during the playback. Even though it’s intended to help during the hiring process, I find it’s a useful self-evaluation tool as well.

Then based on your own self-evaluation…

Take workshops.

I know by this point you are probably tired of hearing me say that. BUT, even if you took workshops prior to teaching classes (good for you!) you did not have any real experience to build on. If you found yourself struggling in a particular area as you watched your playback, you can go to a workshop with that class in mind and perhaps learn tools and techniques to adjust. It will also show VIPKid that you are taking your own self-improvement seriously and that you want to be the very best teacher possible.

If you aren’t sure where to go to find workshops then check out the VIPKid Library and Certification Center. You’ll be amazed!

Contact the learning partner (if appropriate.)

Last but not least, if you have any meaningful feedback on the students, it can also help to send feedback to the learning partner. You can do this at the time of the class through the class feedback (in the very bottom section.) But you can also do this via a ticket in the support center. I’ve seen some teachers asking on social media, “What do I say to the learning partner?” If you have to ask that question, it’s a good sign that you should not be sending in a ticket. It is a waste of your time and theirs to send feedback with nothing meaningful to say. But if you do have something (positive or negative) that you feel is important, then this is a good way to start building relationships with the LP’s. You probably won’t hear back, but if they pass along your feedback to the parents, you could get a repeat booking. Or the LP could book you for other students.

No matter what, remember that everyone’s VIPKid journey is different. No two teachers will ever have the exact same schedule or experience, and that’s ok! Remember to have fun and focus on your students, and everything else will fall into place.

If you have questions or suggestions of your own, please let me know in the feedback!

Happy teaching!

New VIPKid Teachers: The First 48

… The first 48 hours can set you up for success in what is sure to become a successful journey with VIPKid.

Congratulations! You’ve been hired as a new VIPKid teacher! Now what?

On the television show “The First 48,” the title sequence said, “For homicide detectives, the clock starts ticking the moment they are called. Their chance of solving a murder is cut in half if they don’t get a lead within the first 48 hours.” With VIPKid, the stakes aren’t nearly as high, but those first days and weeks after you are hired are still pretty important.

There is a lot of advice on the Internet about what you should do while you are waiting to begin teaching.  Here are the first three things you should do within the first 48 hours:

  1. Open Your Schedule
  2. Schedule the New Teacher Kickoff Workshop
  3. Assemble a basic set of props

Step 1: Open your schedule.

I say this with a big disclaimer. You will not get booked immediately. You will most likely not get booked within your first week. There is no single formula to tell us when you will be booked. For some, they get booked in days. For some, they get booked in weeks. For some, they get booked in months. It is different for everyone. But one thing is absolute. If you do not open your schedule, you will not be booked.

If you are like me, you would rather wait until you are “fully prepared” and have reviewed every single lesson you could possibly teach. Even if that were possible (which it’s not) it would take FOREVER, so just rip the bandaid and open up some timeslots.

Remember, parents book their classes 2-3 weeks in advance, so while you are welcome to open up timeslots immediately (especially if you are willing to try Short Notice 24-hour Bookings) you will have the most success opening slots following the booking frenzy for the week after next. VIPKid also recommends that you open slots for at least 3 weeks in advance to allow the highest chance of re-booking immediately following a class.

For more information about how to open your timeslots and when, check out VIPKid Booking Schedules.

Step 2: Schedule the New Teacher Kickoff Workshop

Jumping in to your first class can be exhilarating, but also terrifying. Even if you passed your mock class certifications with flying colors, there’s something about sitting across from a real little person across the ocean that is just so much more! The best way to make sure you are prepared is by attending a new teacher kickoff workshop. The objectives of the workshop are:

  • Help you prepare for your first class.
  • Learn more about the VIPKid life.
  • Find out all about the awesome workshops and other resources available to teachers.
  • Learn a bit more about how to “run your business” in the platform.
  • Get some precious tips from experienced and super-friendly mentors.
  • Get gifts especially made for new teachers.

The workshop lasts 1.5 hours, and they schedule at least one on MOST days. I would suggest checking your calendar and getting one scheduled within your first week. Once you get a taste of what’s out there, you’ll want to schedule more, so the earlier you get started the better!

For more information on where to see the schedule and how to find this workshop, check out my overview of the VIPKid Library and Certification Center.

Step 3: Assemble a basic set of props.

Don’t go crazy. You don’t have to go out and spend a lot of money. In fact, I’m certain that you already have much of what you need right around the house! Depending on what levels you are certified to teach, you may want to adjust, but here are some basics:

Free Props (or things you already have)

  • an apple
  • stuffed animals or pet toys (I use dogs, cats, elephants, foxes, and pigs the most for some reason.)
  • a ruler
  • game pieces (dominos, dice, colorful paying pieces, play money, or UNO cards are a few of my favorites)
  • your smartphone (There is a whole wealth of digital rewards and props available in the Google Slides Facebook group. Or you can always pull up photos or gifs on your phone that you find relevant to the lesson.)
  • printed or drawn props (Meg, Mike, and Dino, He/She/It, alphabet flash cards, printed stars to award during class, happy and sad faces)

Inexpensive Props

  • a small, handheld whiteboard
  • flashcards
  • a toy microphone or other musical toy for songs
  • a bag of balloons (great for colors, counting, size, weight, and more!)
  • some inexpensive educational decorations for your backdrop if you didn’t already decorate for your mock class certifications
  • a simple reward system (The options are endless here – pick out something you think is fun and cool, because if you like it, your students will too.) For ideas, see Types of VIPKid Rewards.

You will be amazed at what you can find to use in a lesson just lying around your house. One of my go-to props is a packet of Ramen noodles and a set of chopsticks from a restaurant!

I want to stress that it’s not necessary to spend a lot of money on props. It’s also not necessary to have every single prop planned out in advance. But I know from experience I felt more comfortable knowing that I had a few trusty items I could grab if I needed to!

If you had visions of your first 48 hours with VIPKid being filled with classes and students, I’m sorry to disappoint you. However, know that those first 48 hours can set you up for success in what is sure to become a successful journey with VIPKid.

Happy teaching!

 

VIPKid Hours (Pacific Time)

If you are a prospective VIPKid teacher, one of your biggest questions might be, “What hours should I teach?

I have written a detailed explanation in VIPKid Hours.  But if you are looking for a quick and easy answer, you’ve come to the right place.

If you live in the Pacific time zone, here are the best times for you to teach.

***Daylight Savings Time***

PPT (Most Popular) Times

  • Monday through Sunday, 4:00 am – 6:00 am

Peak Times (Popular Times)

  • Monday through Friday, 3:00 am – 7:00 am
  • Friday and Saturday, 5:00 pm – 6:00 am (overnight)

Other Available Times (Least Popular)

  • Monday through Friday, midnight – 2:00 am
  • Monday through Thursday, 4:30 pm – midnight
  • Sunday, 4:30 pm – midnight

 

***Standard Time***

PPT (Most Popular) Times

  • Monday through Sunday, 2:00 am – 4:00 am

Peak Times (Popular Times)

  • Monday through Friday, 1:00 am – 5:00 am
  • Friday and Saturday, 4:00 pm – 5:00 am (overnight)

Other Available Times (Least Popular)

  • Monday through Friday, midnight – 1:00 am
  • Monday through Thursday, 3:30 pm – midnight
  • Sunday, 3:30 pm – midnight

I hope you found this helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below!  If you haven’t yet applied with VIPKid, be sure to check out Completing the VIPKid Application.

If you would like help through  the process, I would be happy to be your mentor.

Happy teaching!

VIPKid Hours (Mountain Time)

If you are a prospective VIPKid teacher, one of your biggest questions might be, “What hours should I teach?

I have written a detailed explanation in VIPKid Hours.  But if you are looking for a quick and easy answer, you’ve come to the right place.

If you live in the Mountain time zone, here are the best times for you to teach.

***Daylight Savings Time***

PPT (Most Popular) Times

  • Monday through Sunday, 6:00 am – 8:00 am

Peak Times (Popular Times)

  • Monday through Friday, 4:00 am – 7:00 am
  • Friday and Saturday, 7:00 pm – 8:00 am (overnight)

Other Available Times (Least Popular)

  • Monday through Friday, midnight – 4:00 am
  • Monday through Thursday, 6:30 pm – midnight
  • Sunday, 6:30 pm – midnight

 

***Standard Time***

PPT (Most Popular) Times

  • Monday through Sunday, 4:00 am – 6:00 am

Peak Times (Popular Times)

  • Monday through Friday, 3:00 am – 7:00 am
  • Friday and Saturday, 6:00 pm – 7:00 am (overnight)

Other Available Times (Least Popular)

  • Monday through Friday, midnight – 3:00 am
  • Monday through Thursday, 5:30 pm – midnight
  • Sunday, 5:30 pm – midnight

I hope you found this helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below!  If you haven’t yet applied with VIPKid, be sure to check out Completing the VIPKid Application.

If you would like help through  the process, I would be happy to be your mentor.

Happy teaching!