I am in my early 70's and licensed to teach 8-12 math in Texas. I have an advanced degree in the same area. I used to teach in high school decades ago but have since quit because the student's disruptive behavior was just too stressful for me. It literally left a mental scar on me. Now I am semi-retired and working as an adjunct instructor at local colleges. Recently I got in touch with a company in Austin, TX, about teaching virtually via video conferencing. This company uses Zoom video to deliver a teacher live and remotely to a class, with a teacher aid physically present in the classroom to manage the classroom.
Did you have experience working as a virtual teacher before? Specifically I would like to know this: How stressful is it to teach in this video format with respect to classroom management? Please disregard any other stressors such as lower pay rate and workload.
It is my observation that, rightly or wrongly, I will be responsible only to ensure that my teaching is engaging to capture students' full attention. But the bulk of classroom management should be on the facilitator since I am not physically present in the classroom. Any practical advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you for your time.