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Opening An Online Teaching Studio on MusicLessons.com
Expand Your Teaching Practice
Taught by: Team MusicLessons.com
This course provides details about what you can do with an online teaching studio on MusicLessons.com.
- Abilitiesadvanced, master
- VersionVersion 1.4
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This course provides details about what you can do with an online teaching studio on MusicLessons.com. We'll start a broad view of teaching music online and how both teachers and students can benefit from various modes of online activities.
Opening A MusicLessons.com Teaching StudioThis section will discuss the features of a MusicLessons.com Teaching Studio and how teachers can benefit from expanding their practice online.
Introduction To Online Teaching Studios on MusicLessons.comtextLearn about what an Online Teaching Studio is and how teachers can use them to expand their teaching practice.
Hosting Living Meetups on MusicLessons.comThis section covers how music teachers can video conference with 1 to 200 students at a time that is integrated into a high quality learning environment on MusicLessons.com. Sessions can be recorded directly to the cloud and become an important part of the learning experience.
Introduction to Live Meetings on MusicLessons.comtextLearn about the MusicLessons.com Live Meeting Service and how it is used to host online video conferences with 1 to 200 people. You'll also learn about how much it costs and how to use it effectively for teaching remotely and broadcasting MasterClasses.
Publishing Lessons & Courses on Musiclessons.comThis section covers how music teachers can publish a curriculum of online Lessons and Courses that can be sold or provided free of charge. It's an excellent way for teachers to offer online material that can studied at each individual student's own pace.
Introduction to Publishing on MusicLessons.comtextLearn about the MusicLessons.com Self-Publishing Service, what you can do with it, how much it costs, and how it can augment your teaching practice.