How many trips have you missed because you had lessons to teach? In this podcast episode, I have with me the queen of all things online teaching, Carly Walton. You’ll learn how she teaches online while travelling the world, without the dreaded makeup lessons.
I really admire her passion to help teachers overcome their fear of technology; and you’ll definitely feel that, too, in our conversation as she talks about her experience.
We talked about so much online teaching goodness that I can almost guarantee you’ll have an idea of how to set up your online classes after listening to this podcast. Carly shares her effective and creative online teaching techniques, methods, apps, and tech stack that make piano teaching easily doable even outside your home.
Amazing news for TopCast listeners– Carly has decided to extend her “pay what you can” special offer for her online teaching course for a limited time! Please visit her website here to check out the details.
Carly Walton is a Berklee College of Music graduate, and online teacher, performer, and world traveller. She has taught music at K-8 schools and been a choral instructor for two charter schools. Carly also enjoys arranging music for piano students and choirs.
Carly has been teaching music online for the last eight years and one year ago started her Teach Music Online course and coaching program. She has a passion for helping teachers overcome their fear of technology and find ways to be creative and effective as online music teachers. She has a thriving Facebook group with more than 5,000 music teachers where she hosts free training workshops and resources.
In conclusion, there are a lot of podcasts you could be tuning into today, and I’m grateful that you’ve chosen mine. Whether you’re at the gym, on the bike or in the car, I know that you and your students will get lots out of what you learn in the long run.
Just make sure you try out some of the ideas before they get lost in the business of your next lessons!
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