How to Create Great Online Music Classes Part I by Music Arts Collective

How to Create Great Online Music Classes Part I

Thank you for making our first event a memorable one!

Thank you to the 250 fellow teachers, musicians and music lovers who signed up for our first—and sold out—event! We hope the ideas we shared will help you navigate this new and ever-expanding music education world. For those of you who couldn’t get a ticket, couldn’t be there during the livestream, or who want to re-watch the webinar, we are posting the event here for a limited time, until December 30, 2020. 

Good luck with 'back to school' and let us know if you want a deep dive into any topic. Or just keep in touch with tips and tricks you have discovered that we can pass on to everyone. We are all in this together!

Have a great fall term/season!

Jodi, Amanda and Francesca

More about this workshop

Jodi Proznick and Amanda Tosoff are two award-winning and JUNO-nominated instrumentalists and composers who are also devoted educators. They have  successfully transitioned to an online teaching environment  and want to share their discoveries on how to deliver virtual music classes using helpful apps and simple equipment. They will also offer tips on how to encourage interaction and a sense of community within the group in an online environment. We will explore: Helpful apps (including GoodNotes, iRealPro, Keynote/Powerpoint and Wacom), technical requirements (such as as interface, microphones, keyboards and camera) and platforms (Zoom).