The Litmus Test.

I am looking for a manager in the field of (distant) education, who:

·     Knows the  difference between remote teaching and online learning;

·     Distinguishes being polite from being nice;

·     Is not afraid to team up with people who may disagree with her/him;

·     Seeks in others professionals skills and knowledge;

·     Values long-term goals over short-term gains;


·     who is capable of making bold decisions.

I have a stable full time job (and a gig or two).

But I believe in the future of distant education, (especially for teacher professional development), and would like to switch to that area full time (my last career change).


I have all the relevant experience (and more), including, but not limited to, teaching – in its most general sense: selecting the relevant content, developing a syllabus, envisioning learning trajectories, designing teaching strategy, creating teaching tools (to facilitate and guide learning, to assess learning outcomes), and teaching (literally – acting as a teacher).

In addition to my professional experience, I have various publications on the matters of teaching science and philosophy of education (and more).

But my most valuable “badge of honor” is a decade of a proven (!) professional success <= this is the link I would advise to start from, of course, if you are curious enough.


Dr. Valentin Voroshilov


"I hated physics before taking this course, and now after taking both 105 and 106 with Mr. V, I actually really enjoy it. He is one of the best teachers I've ever had. Thank you"