New York, NY, January 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Everyone wants high scores on their job evaluations. Right? Imagine being inspired to start a global business venture in an effort to achieve a top score in your annual job evaluation.
That's exactly what happened to Autumn Aponte, a middle school Language Arts teacher from Jersey City, New Jersey. After her school district adapted Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching she realized that teaching was not her weakness, but participating in the professional community was something she needed to improve on - and improve on it she did.
Starting with freelance writing a blogging, Aponte then developed an idea to start a website to help teachers solve problems. With education reform at the forefront of national news, teachers are being faced with budget constraints, contract negotiations, excessive student testing, and the tornado that is the Common Core State Standards.
Teachers are finding themselves in the trenches stuck in purgatory between politics and effective education practices.
Along Came Problem-NoProblem.com
This fall Aponte launched Problem-NoProblem, LLC with the intention of providing a social network for educators and adult students to converge and support each other by exchanging digital files.
The plan was to create a unique, revenue-sharing website for members to acquire individualized solutions and also earn income on sold files. Members can register as Solution Seekers, Problem Solvers, or both.
After the successful launch of the site in September, services have since been expanded to include:
Online Homework Assistance
Editing and Translating
If you are an educator, writer, post-secondary student, or professional we encourage you to join www.Problem-NoProblem.com. You too can participate in your professional community. It is free to join and engage in self-improvement.
Problem-NoProblem.com was designed and developed in association with TULI eServices Inc. (www.tulieservices.com) a seasoned web/mobile/software development firm.