In 2012, I started teaching my first private student online. Since then, I have taught over 300 students online and face-to-face, as well as groups up to 30. After a few years in schools and colleges, I have returned to teaching students online. I now have more than 1000 hours of online teaching experience. For more detail see my LinkedIn profile and my Facebook Page.
In order to increase awareness and knowledge of important scientific discoveries among my students I have created the Nobel Prizewinner list. I encourage my Chemistry students to contribute to this list; especially the female students to contribute with one or two female Nobel Prizewinners and the male students with one or two male Nobel Prizewinners of the field of Chemistry.
I offer 2 free lessons to those students contributing the name of a prizewinner and one paragraph explaining why they won the Prize.
Whatever your motivation and background is, lessons can be tailored to your needs.
I use the Learncube teaching platform for my online lessons. All my students are enthusiastic about this platform where we both my students and I can simultaneously write and draw on the virtual whiteboard where I display the exercises. After editing with the correct answers the work can be downloaded as a pdf-document for documentation.