More and more people are turning to knitting and crocheting to relieve stress.
Those of us who teach knitting and crochet, and those who want to learn, are having to find ways to adapt when we can’t travel or congregate the way we used to.
Join Edie Eckman as she suggests ways to take your teaching online. Using the Zoom platform as an example, you’ll learn how you can use the technology you already have to share your knowledge. Topics include teaching platforms, studio set-up and class logistics.
Pick up tips for best practices and find out about products and services that will enhance your student’s experience.
When: You have several options; choose your time and datel at checkout
Where: Zoom meetings (online)
What: Two-Hour LIVE on-line class with Edie Eckman
This is a new world, and times are changing daily, but you can still find ways to share your skills with friends and family, people in your local community, or people anywhere in the world.
In-Depth: A two-hour session that includes the items covered in Basic, with a closer look at specific equipment and technology, ideas for getting comfortable on camera, and a sample lesson.
Wednesday, July 15, 1:00 p.m. Eastern (UTC – 4:00)
Requirements: Access to a computer or tablet and a good internet connection are necessary, although it is not necessary for you to have a web camera.
Details: When you register for one of the available time slots, you will receive a receipt that includes a downloadable pdf. Refer to the pdf for instructions on how to access the class at the appropriate time.
No refunds; if class minimum of 3 students per session is not met, you will receive a credit for a future class. Registration deadline: 2 hours prior to class time.
Let Edie help you get started teaching online!