Do you want to share your passion for knitting or crochet without leaving the comfort of your home?
Many fiber arts teachers are adapting to teaching virtually. This switch to virtual teaching can be surprisingly successful, but having the right equipment and a good lesson plan are crucial.
I’ve been teaching virtually since before Covid shut down travel, and I plan to continue it. Virtual teaching has so many benefits, for both student and teacher! Students can see, close up, each stitch, and can ask questions in real time. Virtual classes are accessible to more students, and less expensive to put on for event organizers.
Do you teach weaving, spinning or another fiber art? We can talk about that, too!
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: Wednesday, December 8, 1:00 p.m. Eastern
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.
Join me for a two-hour session that includes covers teaching platforms with a focus on Zoom, technology and equipment, lesson planning and class management. I’ve give you suggestions for getting comfortable on camera, and offer a chance to ask questions.
From time to time, I will also offer a free discussion group for students who have taken the class. This will be an opportunity for us to share with each other what is working in our classes. The more we can share, the better teachers we will become!
Requirements: Access to a computer or tablet and a good internet connection are necessary; a web camera is also recommended but not required.
Details: When you register, 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!