VIPkid feedback templates and examples

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How VIPKid + FeedbackPanda Templates Work Together

Our feedback templates integrate directly into your VIPKid teaching portal.

You can choose from hundreds of premade templates, or create your own to save on your account — either way, FeedbackPanda greatly speeds up the process of writing feedback. 

With the browser extension, you can generate your feedback and notes in one click on the FeedbackPanda button in your classroom or classrooms page. The browser add-on extracts information such as your student’s name, pronoun, and age, plus information from your online ESL classrooms. This information is then sent to FeedbackPanda, where it can be quickly used to set up new courses and students. It will automatically pull up students and courses you have taught before, using student and course IDs. A Panda button is then placed inside every Classroom and next to each class in the Classroom List.

vipkid feedback templates

We currently offer our Browser Extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.

When downloaded, the browser extension will ask you for a set of permissions, which includes access to websites and data that you browse online. But worry not — your privacy is protected in the following ways:

  • The browser will never run on any non-teaching-related website that you go to. It only runs on online ESL teaching sites.
  • The browser extension will not interfere with other parts of the teaching experience, since it will only ever integrate into the classrooms of the online ESL websites. 
  • A standalone button with the FeedbackPanda logo is how the browser extension is integrated – only when this button is pressed will the extension search for adjacent information and course/student IDs. This information is sent to a different, new tab that opens the FeedbackPanda dashboard.
  • No other information other than the extension’s presence and version will be communicated on the FeedbackPanda website — the browser extension adds information to an application that allows the FeedbackPanda system to assist in browser-extension-related support.

Student Profile and Feedback Generated in One Click

Clicking on the Panda button from your VIPKid portal will open a new tab, immediately loading FeedbackPanda and automatically opening up the “Create new Feedback” window.

There, the correct student and course will be already pre-selected. If this is a new student or course, the names of both will be pre-filled when creating the course and student. If you have already created a template, it will be automatically selected. That way, your feedback will be ready for immediate customization.

VIPKid Feedback Examples

What used to take five minutes or more has now been reduced to a single click. Now, you can focus on the parts of your feedback that really matters.

The more you use FeedbackPanda with VIPKid, the more often it will automatically generate feedback for you. After creating a template for a course, that template can and will be used again the next time you teach that course. Write once, use many, many times. FeedbackPanda will take care of putting the student’s name into your feedback and make sure the pronouns are correct for the student’s gender.

FeedbackPanda also creates profiles for students and courses, allowing for all records to live in one place. This makes it easy to retrieve info and get a quick refresher before teaching each class. 

Student profiles can include photos, learning styles, and preferences that help build a connection between teacher and student. Course notes can also be included to help prepare for upcoming classes. You can access all records in just one click from your classroom with the FeedbackPanda browser extension, or by searching in the dashboard.

There is also a calendar feature within FeedbackPanda that allows you to check for upcoming student’s birthdays in advance! Use the notification bar at the top of the dashboard to remind you of what’s happening in your student’s lives — from Chinese Holidays to keeping track of your vacation days.

Feedback Template and Resource Sharing on the FeedbackPandaCloud

On the FeedbackPanda Cloud, thousands of VIPKid teachers share their best feedback templates with all other VIPKid teachers. This is a special feature that none of the FeedbackPanda alternatives offer. There are more than 100,000 templates shared on the FeedbackPandaCloud. Currently, our teachers have imported a template from the Cloud almost one million times.

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VIPKid Feedback Examples

As you search through our library of feedback templates, you’ll find feedback samples for every kind of VIPKid student and course, including:

  • Trial classes
  • Struggling students
  • Good students
  • Student no-shows
  • Bad lessons
  • Amazing lessons
  • Average lessons

Here’s a peek at a few VIPKid feedback examples. Note: using our feedback generator will automatically pull in the name of your student and the correct pronoun. You are also able to customize the templates however you’d like.

Positive Student Feedback

Positive Student Feedback

[name] did a wonderful job today! {pronoun} is a pleasure to have in class. [name] did well learning the “Hello Song” and {pronoun} could follow teacher directions very well. [name] learned the concept of sequences and {pronoun} did an excellent job following the lesson and listening to spoken English. {pronoun} demonstrated {pronoun} could understand directions and could repeat very well, which is fantastic! [name] also learned the big and small letters for A and B, which is the first step for learning English! Excellent job, [name]! [name] has the potential to be a highly skilled speaker. I highly recommend {pronoun} continue learning English with a native English speaker. This will allow [name] to develop language fluency and a valuable advantage. With continued lessons, [pronoun] will gain further skills in phonics awareness and vocabulary knowledge, as well as reading, grammar, and writing skills. I look forward to teaching [name] again!

New Student Feedback

New Student Feedback

It was very nice to meet [name] today. {Pronoun} did so well in {Pronoun} very first trial class! [name] met many classroom friends and practiced saying hello to them. Some friends {Pronoun} met were Meg, Mike, and Dino. [name] can practice English greetings by saying [Hello. My name is [name]. I am __ years old. It is nice to meet you.] This is the first sentence frame that students learn. [name] also practiced following classroom commands like [look] and [listen]. [name] practiced the colors pink, blue, and yellow. {Pronoun} knew these colors very well! We sang the ABC song and practiced the letter sounds [/a/a/a/apple, /b/b/b/ball]. [name] did a great job with the sounds. With continued lessons, {pronoun} will gain further skills in language development such as phonic awareness, vocabulary knowledge, and improved reading, grammar, and writing skills. Most importantly, {pronoun} will increase {pronoun} confidence to speak and have conversations in English. [name] worked hard in today’s lesson and of course, earned 5 stars! I was happy to see his progress through the lesson. Thank you for choosing me as {pronoun}’s teacher!

Trial Feedback

Trial Feedback

It was my pleasure to teach [name] for [pronoun]’s trial VIPKID lesson. We practiced “What’s your name? I am [name].” and [pronoun] was able to answer ____. Today [name] met our friend Mike. [name] did a great job learning the words “mom”, “dad”, and “family”. We practiced saying “This is my mom/dad/family.” [name] can sing the ABC song ____! {pronoun] did a great job practicing big and small letters a, b, c today. We practiced the sounds for these letters using apple, bed, cat. I’m confident [name] will do well in the online classroom and progress quickly in the VIPKID program. With continued lessons, [pronoun] will gain further skills in phonics awareness and vocabulary knowledge, as well as reading, grammar, and writing skills. I look forward to teaching [name] again!

Student Feedback for Teachers

FeedbackPanda is so amazingly helpful. It really has taken the stress out of doing feedback. I feel so much more organized, and I really like being able to go back and read all of my feedback for a particular student.

Samara Dean, VIPKid Teacher

Feedback Panda is very easy to use and navigate. I feel organized and I’m working smarter and more efficiently. I’m sorry I didn’t start using Feedback Panda 200 classes ago, but it’s never too late to start! 5 stars for Feedback Panda! They just added the feedback cloud which gives you access to a TON of pre-written feedback that you can edit. Saves me even more time!!!! I finished my feedback in record time today. Thank you Feedback Panda!

Nichole Meier Churchill, VIPKid Teacher

It dramatically helped the efficiency of my work, and also, to keep my students’ profiles organized. It is AMAZING. I could not be more grateful than that. Thank you so much for inventing a version especially for VIPKID. I’m immensely grateful!

Lyra Su, VIPKid Teacher

When I think about how much time Feedback Panda saves me each day, I am amazed that not all teachers use it. It is a lifesaver! The creators are super responsive and helpful, too. THANK YOU!!!

Kristina Garcia, VIPKid Teacher

I can’t say enough amazing things about Feedback Panda! It has cut my feedback time down from over 10 minutes to 1 and even less than 1! You can customize and change your templates as often or however you chose. Your students are saved each time you create feedback for them so you can easily track who you’ve seen and when. LOVE THIS PROGRAM!

Donnetta M Jaye, VIPKid Teacher

Feedback Panda is best bang (bang da) for your buck!

Sandra Partin, VIPKid Teacher

I just started using it today and it saved me so much time on my feedback!

Tara Crain, VIPKid Teacher

I LOVE FEEDBACK PANDA!! It lets you know if you’ve taught a student before!!!! (As long as you have the feedback for them saved). I am on day 7 of the free trial and have already purchased the $10/month package

April Cochran, VIPKid Teacher

Oh my goodness. I am so excited. I just entered today’s classes even though I already wrote feedback by hand. SO NICE!!! This is amazing!

Lisa Mellon Wagner, VIPKid Teacher

Common Questions

How do I write feedback on VIPKid?

To submit feedback on VIPKid, open up the FeedbackPanda launcher, which will automatically open up the VIPKid app. On the VIPKid app, navigate to the class you want to enter feedback for and select the panda icon. From there, choose a template to write your feedback in the FeedbackPanda app, and copy and paste it into the feedback window on VIPKid.

How long do you have to submit feedback on VIPKid?

VIPKid teachers must submit feedback within 12 hours of a class. Failure to do so results in a 50% decrease in pay for that class. While you cannot write feedback in VIPKid before a class has started, you can pre-select a template you’d like to use from FeedbackPanda and import it into your personal cloud. 

Do parents have to leave feedback on VIPKid?

Parents are not required to leave teachers feedback on VIPKid. When they do, however, it is visible to other parents, which can be very helpful for teachers’ bookings. Writing thorough, meaningful student feedback and asking parents for their feedback are a couple of ways to increase teachers’ chances of getting a parent review.

How do you ask for 5 Apple Feedback on VIPKid? 

There are a couple of ways you can ask parents for 5 Apple Feedback on VIPKid. First, you can politely ask for it when you write your student feedback (there are templates on FeedbackPanda that can give you examples on how to do so). You can also let parents know that their kind feedback and apples are appreciated in a welcome slide.

How much does VIPKid actually pay?

VIPKid pays teachers on a per class basis. The base pay per class (or 25 minute block) is between $7-9. There are also ways to earn more money—up to $15-22 per hour—by taking advantage of VIPKid’s incentives and referrals. VIPKid teachers can expect to be paid for classes biweekly or monthly.

How can I import Feedback from VIPKID?

If you have feedback stored in VIPKid that you wrote prior to starting with FeedbackPanda, you can still import it into the FeedbackPanda app and save as a template to use again. Simply copy the feedback from the VIPKid app, click the panda button, and fill in all the course and student information in the window that pops up. Then, create a template, paste the feedback, and save it.

Here’s how easy it is to create VIPKid feedback…

In this video, we’ll be talking about how to use FeedbackPanda with VIPKid.

The first thing that you’ll need is the FeedbackPanda Launcher. You can find the Launcher on feedbackpanda.com, and if you scroll down to the bottom of that window and go to the Help Center, the very first article is going to be that FeedbackPanda Launcher instructions on how to install on either Mac or Windows. Once the launcher is installed, you can go into Start on Windows or go into the Finder, or into your apps on your Mac to open that up. when you open up the Launcher, it will look something like this (a large green button). And now you will have the big green launch button. You’re always going to want to follow this process to open up FeedbackPanda and then click on launch. Do not open the VIPkid teach app first — the integration will not work if you do it in that order.

So always start with opening up the FeedbackPanda Launcher, and then clicking on the green launch button. This will open up VIPKid for you.

If you’re already logged in to your VIPKid teach app, it will automatically bring you in — you
won’t need to log in each time, so now if we go into your classrooms, you’ll see that you have the pandas here on the right hand side.

Once you click on the panda, this will open FeedbackPanda app in your browser, where you can now search the cloud for templates or add your own. When selecting a template, you’ll want to make sure that you check that template most commonly you’re going to have the teacher’s name here that created the template, so you can go ahead and update that name, and then you’ll want to click on the generate button on whichever side that
you did not make those changes to.

So you’ll see they are currently different. Once I click on “generate all,” any changes I made on one side will appear on the other. We can then click on import. We can now copy this feedback and go back into VIPKid to submit that.

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What is VIPKID?

VIPKid is an online ESL teaching platform based in Beijing, China, that allows teachers to instruct English remotely. The curriculum is based on the U.S. Common Core State standards and utilizes a flipped classroom model. 

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Instructors teach English to children in China primarily aged between 4-12. Classes are held through the VIPKid online platform and are conducted one-on-one. Just a Bachelor’s degree and a teaching license are required — if you don’t have a teaching license, VIPKid offers a free TESOL/TEFL program

There are currently more than 100,000 teachers on the platform, 800,000 students, and 5 million classes per day. Teachers can work remotely with flexible schedules, and the pay is based on the quality of feedback and the number of hours worked.

Why VIPKid Feedback is Important and How FeedbackPanda Can Help

Feedback is a large part of the VIPKid platform. It helps parents learn about their children’s progress, can aid teachers in reflecting on what to focus on in the next lesson, and adds a more personal aspect to the platform. 

It’s also required. VIPKid instructors must provide feedback within 12 hours of each lesson — if they don’t, they are deducted 50 percent of the pay for that lesson.

Providing feedback for each student can get tedious, but that’s where FeedBackPanda comes in. Using quality feedback templates and collecting information such as your student’s name, age, and subjects you are working on, FeedBackPanda can help VIPKid teachers provide personalized feedback in seconds or short minutes, rather than hours.

Teachers can also create their own feedback templates using FeedBackPanda, to keep in their account for use later on. This can add a more personal aspect but still saves hours of time. 

Another thing to keep in mind regarding VIPKid feedback is the translation of the content. If you are providing the feedback in English, many parents will be translating it to Chinese, so it’s important to run it through a translator first to eliminate any possible cultural misunderstandings.

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How to Increase Your VIPKid Bookings

To optimize your experience (and earnings) with VIPKid, it’s important to understand how to use the platform to get more bookings.

VIPKid has a lot of benefits, like flexible schedules and the ability to work remotely, but it can also be tricky to figure out in the beginning. 

A VIPKid bio translated back into English from Chinese, using Google Translate

Here’s a few ways that we’ve found are helpful to increase VIPKid bookings and get the most out of the VIPKid experience:

  • Create a personal, informative profile! This includes a memorable bio that is easily translated into Chinese, a professional photo, and maybe some other photos that give a glimpse into your life outside of teaching. Consider also a simple intro video and make sure you’re using all available tags. 
  • Maximize your visibility! You can do this by teaching trial classes, building up your certifications and supplementary courses and making sure they’re visible on your profile, and opening time slots as soon as your contract is finalized. 
  • Aim for a steady schedule with regular students! The goal of every class should be to rebook that student, so keep the energy high and make sure you’re preparing adequately for each lesson. Providing feedback is also an important step in this process!

Learn more about how to increase VIPKid bookings here.

Surviving VIPKid Trial Classes

After making it through the stressful and selective VIPKid hiring process, you probably feel excited and ready to teach! Hoping to book your first class, you might open up as many slots on your schedule as you can, or add some extra flair to your profile. Then, boom! You book your first trial. 

You may be both nervous and excited; riding a rollercoaster of emotions as you prepare to navigate the digital world of teaching English as a second language. Now what?

VIPKID Trial Classes

First things first, don’t freak out! VIPKid is very choosy about who they pick to bring on, so just the fact that you got hired out of thousands of potential candidates says something. 

The next thing you can do is check out our list of tips on how to survive VIPKid trial classes. There’s a lot they don’t teach you in training, so we compiled some tricks to get you through:

  • “Booked – info pending” means that VIPKid wants you to prepare to teach in this time slot, but doesn’t have a specific student scheduled there yet. Since a student may or may not show up, you can prepare by familiarizing yourself with all trial lessons, which should only take an hour or two. The most popular ones are 2.1, 2.4, 3.1, and 4.1.
  • Sometimes, the level listed in the classroom is different from what the computer placement test says — go with what the computer placement test level is at. You can always switch levels during a class!
  • Parents on VIPKid get three free trials, so they will often try out both Pre-VIPKid and VIPKid, even if their child is clearly in one or another. Due to this, you will sometimes get kids as young as 3 years old in your 2.1 level lesson, which might be a struggle! Just be patient — since you won’t be able to move the student down to a lower level (unless you’re certified for Pre-VIPKID), you’ll just have to power through. 2.1 is the lowest level, and it is designed for students who speak no (or very little) English. Don’t expect these students to be able to read, or answer questions, or even know how to tell you their name – they will mostly just repeat things that you say.
  • Trials are organized randomly (who knows why), so if you can’t find your classroom, just page through the two pages of trials and you’ll find it!
  • Use props! Props are crucial when it comes to explaining vocabulary words and different concepts, and helps keep students engaged in the lesson. Three to six props is a good amount — at least two are required for VIPKid. Try to not have too many — if you’re always scrambling for props, the idea is lost. Wands for pointing, puppets or figures, and microphones for singing songs are some popular ones.
  • If a student doesn’t show up, wait 15 minutes just in case (25 minutes for a major course). This is to ensure you don’t appear as late if the student does show last minute, or if VIPKid sneaks another in at the last second — the sales team isn’t supposed to book classes within one hour of the start time, but this isn’t always the case. There’s also no excuse or grace period for being late, even if it’s only 10 seconds. Since it is not an American company and there are differing expectations, VIPKid has a very non-forgiving policy when it comes to punctuality. So don’t be late! If after all of these precautions it is indeed a no-show, you do not have to write feedback.
  • Don’t ever start class early! Timing is everything.  If a student is talking in the classroom, you can type in the box, “Hello! My name is Teacher ___.” Welcome to my class. We will start soon!” This helps the student and parents know that, yes the teacher is in the classroom, but the class has not started yet. Remember also to make sure your microphone is muted before you start, otherwise, students (and sometimes parents) will be able to hear everything you have going on around you.
  • It’s not the end of the world if your student can’t figure out how to write on the screen in the first trial — move on and try something else, or show a graphic that’s presented in Chinese via Manycam. Sometimes it takes a few lessons, but it’s not the end of the world.
  • Changing levels during a lesson is totally OK — you’re not only trying to sell the program to the student and parents, but you’re also trying to figure out where the student should start if they sign up, so it’s important to find an appropriate level. The only proven way to do this is to try different levels, so if the lesson seems too easy or too hard, feel free to adjust accordingly. Just keep in mind it’s much easier to move a student up rather than down.
  • Don’t ever end a class early! Even if you have gone through the whole lesson, the parents and students are expecting a full 25 minutes. Try asking the student questions, looking at the next level, or even reading a story. On the other end, there is no pressure to finish the whole lesson — if 25 minutes pass and you haven’t finished all the slides, you can still end class.

VIPKid’s Free TEFL Course

All VIPKid requires to teach English is a Bachelor’s degree and a teaching license. If you don’t have a teaching license, they offer a free TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Certification.

A TEFL certification shows that you’ve completed a certain amount of hours of specific training on how to teach English as a foreign language. This certification offered by VIPKid is issued by the China State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA).

In comparison to other courses that can take up to 200 hours to complete, this VIPKid course is based on research centered around Chinese students and only takes 25 hours. It consists of two modules — academic and practical portions — with quizzes and parent ratings that must be passed. 

Having the TEFL certification will look great on your VIPKid profile and help you get more bookings — plus, it’s a great addition to a resume. The course will also give tips on how to become a great English teacher!

Why Teach English Online?

It’s becoming more popular 

Teaching online is increasingly becoming a go-to option for educational institutions and the teachers they hire, whether it be English as a second language or other topics. This digital trend is on the rise for many reasons!

  • Learning (and teaching) across borders is a money and time-saver for employers. It generates substantial revenue at scale while saving on expenses. It’s been estimated that the global online learning industry will grow to be a $350 billion industry by 2025.
  • It’s convenient — not only does online learning cut back on travel time and expenses, but there is a level of flexibility that just can’t be matched in other careers. Teachers and students alike are able to teach and learn from the comfort of their own homes.
  • Online teaching was on the rise before COVID-19, but now more than ever, it’s become a kind of necessity. The UN and other groups have estimated that up to 60 percent of the global school-age population — which is hundreds of millions of students — are unable to physically attend school. This means more and more students around the world are tuning into school online and digital learning is becoming more of a popular alternative. 
  • With increasing internet speeds across the globe, digital education is now open to new possibilities that didn’t previously exist, in both developing and developed countries.
Why you should teach english online

Now is the time

It may seem unnatural to teach outside of a traditional classroom, but there are many reasons to get into online teaching — it’s a growing industry, allows for flexible hours, and is only going to get more saturated.

  • The industry is on the rise

Teaching jobs, both part-time and full-time, are moving online — and that’s just the facts. Once jobs like this go digital, it’s hard to imagine them all going back to a brick-and-mortar classroom setting. A few public polls have estimated that approximately ⅔ of respondents support 100 percent online or hybrid — a mix of online and in-person instruction — learning models moving into the future. Younger populations, who will set future policies, seem to be polling more positively about online education.

There are some educational disadvantages to online learning, the most obvious being the limit to in-person contact, but both political and economic realities of the decades to come are predicting even heavier digital shifts in education. 

  • Flexibility is unmatched 

Whether you’re landing your first online teaching job, or transitioning from a physical education role to an online learning role, you will experience an undeniably flexible schedule. 

There is no physical location that you are tied to, and you can work from anywhere — your favorite room at home, your favorite coffee shop, or even a coworking space. As long as the location has reliable and fast internet, you’re good to go. There are more places (and countries) than you’d think. 

  • Break into the industry before it’s too competitive

As aforementioned, online teaching is rising fast — if you’re planning on making this your career, you might want to accelerate your career by getting ahead of the curve before it’s too late. 

Just like the hundreds of thousands of businesses and industries that have since disappeared in the US alone since the arrival of COVID-19, the reality is that jobs in the online teaching marketplace will become increasingly more competitive, sooner or later. As skilled professionals from other fields come into competing job markets, it will be trickier to land a position in the space. Set yourself up for success by entering the field sooner!

Tips to Succeed in the Virtual Classroom

Becoming an online ESL teacher doesn’t just happen overnight. Read a few strategies and tips that we’ve compiled that will not only improve your chances of success but increase the chances that you’ll enjoy your new job, too.

tips to succeed in the virtual classroom

Digital instruction requires a few necessary capabilities and pieces of equipment, including a laptop or desktop computer; a camera; a microphone; nice lighting and a fast, reliable connection to the internet.

Many educational institutions require teachers to regularly test their internet connections on tools such as Speedtest, and recommend a minimum internet speed of 10mbps. This will ensure that connections between you and the student are strong and clear, allowing for you to better teach and them to better learn!

Some institutions may even provide this equipment, or provide subsidization for its purchase. You can discuss these details with your potential employer during the interview process.

  • Research and review the school you are applying to teach for

Like for any other job, it’s important to research the organization and become familiar with its mission and even its reputation. Browse reviews from teacher’s forums, employment websites, and other resources on the internet to get an idea of what it’s like to work for this school from an employee perspective. 

  • Negotiate fair pay

Teaching English online is getting more and more competitive, which means some employers might leverage this into decreasing offered hourly rates. Do some research and compare what other online schools are paying their teachers, if you can find out. A native speaking, fully-qualified English teacher with a bachelor’s degree earns (on average) at least $15 an hour. Based on market rates, anything less than this is inferior for the role. 

  • Make sure you have the right certifications 

This is just like any other position, where you would help yourself stand out on a resume with certain qualifications and credentials. Specifically for the online ESL industry, a gold standard is the TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate. This is a 120-hour minimum certification that qualifies you to teach English as a second language, and is offered from multiple reputable institutions.

Other bonuses on a resume for online education might include advance degrees, other English or education-related training certifications, and stable employment history at other positions.

  • Be adaptable to differing teaching strategies and styles

There is a unique set of challenges to teaching English online, but there is also a unique set of opportunities that are not offered with traditional teaching models. With this, it’s helpful to be flexible and adaptable to change— whether that be to different strategies to your own, or other styles you may not have taught in before. 

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How to Adjust if You’re Not a Fan of Online Teaching Right Away

Learning how to be an effective online teacher in a new medium AND a new environment can be challenging, even for teachers with years of experience. However, there are a few ways that you can make adjustments to ease the transition not only for students but for yourself. 

Even if you’re filled with ideas that worked in a traditional classroom, those don’t always logistically translate into a virtual environment.

  • Surf the web for suggestions

The internet is a clear but sometimes overlooked tool for ways to adjust to this new environment when teaching online. Just by Googling, you’ll be able to find ways to integrate components of in-person teaching with the new digital space and find other ways teachers adjusted to the virtual classroom.

  • Discuss issues with other teachers on an online forum

No matter the problem you’re having with digital teaching, someone out there has dealt with the same thing, and maybe even shared a post on the internet about it. Join an online teachers’ forum to connect with others who have been in your shoes and are open to sharing advice and wisdom with newer teachers to ease the transition and provide comradery. 

  • Network!

Similar to other professions, teachers are in control of teacher’s rights and equal treatment. There are many online teaching institutions that have risen up in the past few years, and while some of them treat employees well, some do not. It’s important to network with other teachers and create an open dialogue, where workers and company management can resolve issues and partake in clear communication. 

By using FeedBackPanda, VIPKid teachers can save hours on submitting feedback, which is an essential part of the platform. Teachers working remotely to instruct Chinese students can now choose from thousands of templates on the FeedbackPanda Cloud, or create their own to house on their VIPKid account. This not only helps teachers get better ratings, but also ensures they get paid full price for each lesson they conduct.

VIPKid has its benefits, but it can also be a beast to tackle and make sure you’re getting the most out of the experience (and optimizing your earnings). With multiple blogs on how to best use VIPKid, FeedbackPanda not only helps create feedback in seconds, but is here to assist teachers with tips, tricks and suggestions based on experience.

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