6 Interesting Facts About Teaching at FLVS
At Florida Virtual School, we value our diverse and dedicated team of instructors who are the foundation of our students’ success.
Teachers new to online learning often have questions about the technology or how they communicate with students. At FLVS, our award-winning student information system, Virtual School Administrator (VSA), allows us to manage, track, and engage our students. Our learning management system allows students to access the curriculum, coursework, and teacher feedback. While these tools facilitate quality instruction, the relationships teachers build with students remain central to the online teaching experience.
Want to learn more about what it’s like to teach in a virtual environment? Don’t miss the day-in-the-life video below and these interesting facts about teaching at FLVS!
1. Instructors at FLVS practice a style of teaching that is very different from the traditional school system, which includes collaborating online and communicating by phone and text message.
2. FLVS instructors are available to assist their students Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 8:00pm.
3. Daily activities may include grading, answering emails, taking phone calls from parents and students, or even teaching a live lesson online.
4. FLVS instructors work a full-time day, but the hours tend to be more spaced out than we see in a traditional school setting – giving each teacher the flexibility to mold their daily schedule around the needs of their students.
5. Our instructors enjoy the opportunity to work one-on-one with students and provide an individualized educational experience.
6. This student-centered design also affords FLVS instructors an exceptional work-life balance, in addition to a well-rounded benefits package for both them and their families.
Florida Virtual School is proud to put people first in everything we do, and our instructors are no exception. If you’re exploring career opportunities, we hope you’ll consider joining our team of instructors and help us keep changing lives – one student at a time.