Internet schools are generally a rip-off, as anyone who wants to spend all day in their room, take class in their pajamas, and never interact with an attractive girl could just go to Amherst. For the less NESCAC-y side of Web knowledge, check out Learnable
The spinoff of a popular online ed forum, Learn hosts inexpensive web-based elective courses covering a variety of actually interesting topics, all submitted by "experts" passionate about sharing their knowledge, though anyone who really understands "How Relationships Work" probably wouldn't be handy with a web cam. Filter offered courses by interest (lifestyle, biz, tech, etc.), then click through to peep a brief course description (broken down by individual lesson, syllabus-style), the instructor's bio/qualifications, an intro vid, necessary course materials, and prerequisites, so basically if you're bored...you're in! The growing selection of offerings range from right brain-style ish such as "Beginners Guitar for the Average Joe", and "Dance Music Production" (which'll walk you through composing a trance track from beginning to end), to more career-minded topics like "Intro to Photoshop", "Beginning Voice Over", and "Punctuation Basics" -- try to get by without 'em and you'll be totally Faulk-e
Should you feel compelled to do the teaching, there's even a dead-simple custom course builder, though if you wanted to surround yourself with a bunch of experimental learners who felt like doing whatever they wanted, you could've just gone to Wesleyan.