Getting Over the Fear of Teaching Online and Video Lessons
Technology allows us to problem solve in ways that might have been a little more challenging before. Sometimes we hesitate to take that first step because of all the things that might go wrong. But when we keep things simple and make technology work for us, instead of the other way around, technology can create HUGE benefits, providing win-wins when running our music studio.
In this mini-course, I will be focusing on keeping things simple so it doesn't have to be scary. You will learn the basics of teaching online AND video lessons with some resources to explore as you get more comfortable. While similar, there are different things to keep in mind with online lessons versus video lessons. I will walk you through both and help you build up your confidence when it's time to go live or press that record button.
I have had the pleasure to share with teachers at conferences what I have learned over the years teaching online and video lessons and am excited to bring these things to you in this mini-course. Because I am able to bring this to you online at the comfort of your home, I am not limited on time like I am when I present live. Inside this mini-course, there is a little "easter egg" that I have called a "Golden Ticket Tip". Be sure not to skip anything so you don't miss out on that tip! (Hint: If you have an iPhone or iPad, don't buy that webcam quite yet...)
Jennifer Foxx began her music education at 8 years old when she began taking piano lessons. With almost 30 years of teaching experience, she began teaching piano lessons at age 15, later studying to be an elementary school teacher and then ultimately deciding to teach piano lessons full time.
Jennifer Foxx has over 20 years of experience in speaking and enjoys giving presentations to fellow music teachers, sharing with them her teaching ideas and practices on topics such as technology, business, practicing, motivational programs, group lessons and summer music camps.
Jennifer Foxx has been interviewed on podcasts, The Modern Musician Show, TeachPianoToday.com and TimTopham.com. She has written articles for Clavier Companion magazine, The Piano Bench Magazine, TimTopham.com and has reviewed for the American Music Teacher magazine. Jennifer Foxx is nationally recognized from her teacher resource blog: MusicEducatorResources.com.
Jennifer Foxx has been a member of the Music Teachers National Association since 2000. She has served twice as chapter President; Tooele Chapter (2004-2006) and Phoenix Chapter (2011-2013) as well as other positions as needed.
A piano teacher, blogger, music educational resource and curriculum developer, Jennifer Foxx loves to share music resources, teach and connect with music educators from all around the world.
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