We’re delving into the world of selling your teaching resources online. Our guest today, Abigail Proffitt, currently runs a thriving studio in North Texas, specializing in preschool and neurodivergent students, where she imparts classical piano skills using a play-based approach through the Whole Foundation Method. But she’s not just about teaching, Abigail is passionate about equipping fellow educators.
In this episode, she generously shares her journey, offering insights into her music studio’s unique characteristics and her motivation to expand into selling products alongside her teaching. We’ll explore the platforms she chose for this venture, the advantages and disadvantages she’s encountered, and what makes her offerings stand out in a crowded market. Abigail also discusses her marketing strategies and provides valuable tips for teachers looking to embark on their own online selling journey. So whether you’re a seasoned educator or just starting out, this episode is packed with wisdom and inspiration you won’t want to miss!
Abigail Proffitt is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music with a BMus in Piano Pedagogy and 8 years of teaching experience.She currently runs a studio in North Texas, specializing in preschool and neurodivergent students. Abigail teaches classical piano using a play-based approach through Whole Foundation Method, and loves equipping other teachers to do the same! Her favorite thing about teaching are problem-solving, building relationships with her students, and fostering their unique abilities at the instrument.
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