Music teaching methods are migrating to virtual lessons, which provides an opportunity to reach more students at greater distances.
New technologies are a real challenge for music teachers, which is why understanding digital platforms and connectivity options play a very important role to modern-day teachers today.
Virtual lessons, meanwhile, also provide some advantages over ‘in-person lessons’, for example, they can connect students with a teacher who is physically located in another city, or from anywhere in the world. If your student re-locates to a new Country or City, there is no need for them to search for a new teacher.
Holding meetings, interviews, video calls or teaching a class are some of the possibilities available with these tools. Among its functionalities are recording the meeting, sharing the screen to show a presentation, enabling a virtual whiteboard and chatting with the attendees of the meeting. When you are teaching a class you can also open groups in smaller meetings and your participants can raise their hands or clap in a virtual manner to engage in the meeting. Music lessons online are ideal for long-distance situations.
Let’s get started by getting familiar with available options.
These are some of the most common tools currently used in digital teaching:
A highly recognized virtual meeting tool. You must create an account to start using the free version.
You can access this platform from your Google account, which requires a gmail. Just like teams you can share documents in the cloud. The advantage of this digital option is that Google offers you extensive online support information.