Music Teachers: How to Take Your Music Teaching Online
Many of my musician friends and colleagues are in dire straits right now because of gig cancellations and school closures. I understand the sentiment – I lost several awesome camps and gigs I had been looking forward to myself (Bass Boot Camp got rescheduled, Women’s Camp at the CJC was canceled, a great gig with Hiromi Oba at SF Jazz not happening…).
But I am completely and fully set up online and have been for years so I can make a few quick and easy adjustments to weather this storm!
I am getting lots of questions, so…
I am offering a free one-time-only webinar to help you quickly right now.
If you need urgent help to move your teaching business online and want to hear some of the most important things I have discovered or developed to make this work, join me for this webinar.
Some of the topics I plan to cover:
• The most important adjustments you have to make to take music teaching online
• How to help your students practice consistently even if you are far away
• How to keep cancellations at a minimum
• Automize and organize!
• Easy to use online tools optimized for music education
• Time for Q and A
I have been highly successful in the online teaching space for many years. I have a long waiting list for one-on-ones and a string of very happy and loyal students. One webinar is not nearly enough time to convey all that I have learned, but I can help you get started! Many are forced to move into the online space right now. I am happy to help! This is free.
Here is a quick start guide on my favorite platform for teaching, Doozzoo
Use coupon ARIBASS03 (that is zero 3) for a first free month.
The most important thing to remember is this:
Whether teaching music online or off, the success of your students IS your success.
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