16 Nov 2018

Connect:Resounds presents “An Introduction to Teaching Music Online” with Grant Golding

Fancy teaching music online? Or keen to brush up your skills?
Put this date in your diary now and let Grant Golding answer your questions!

Monday 19 November
4.00pm - 5:30pm
WEBINAR: An Introduction to Teaching Music Online with Grant Golding
FREE for NYMAZ Remote Music Learning Network Members (£3.50 for non-members)
Book your space now!

As part of Connect: Resound, we are keen to support organisations and individuals who are involved in offering digital solutions to music learning and participation.
Join us for this live, online webinar hosted by acclaimed musician and highly experienced online music teacher Grant Golding. Providing a comprehensive introduction to the skills and techniques required to deliver an effective instrumental music lesson online.

Whether you are new to teaching music online, or keen to brush up your skills, this interactive session will enable you to learn alongside instrumental tutors and music leaders from across the country, ask questions and share ideas and tips.

What’s the best way to deal with latency/delay?

How can I help pupils with tuning or setting up if I’m not there?

Can I share documents and music with pupils when teaching online?

What do I need to do before the lesson?

How should I start the lesson?

What about keeping time?

Will the pupils do what I ask if I’m not in the room with them?

Whatever your concern, this session, by one of the most experienced online music teachers in the UK, will help you to navigate your way through the exciting world of online music tuition, building your confidence and giving you a host of tips and ideas.
FREE for Connect: Resound Music Hub Partners, and for members of the NYMAZ Remote Music Learning Network. To join this network for FREE click here.

Don’t miss out, book your space now!


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