Glory St. Germain, Caryn Eastman and Paula Melville-Clark did some deep dives into this week's topics with a large range of ideas and suggestions for working with students from beginner through to advanced, special needs students and of course returning to face-to-face lessons.
We will be adding to the free service for teachers called the Online Lessons Teacher Resource Kit which accompanies the Online Lesson Resource page.
The kit includes a heap of printable downloads in A4 & US Letter size: 64 flashcards, 2 & 3 paper keyboards, 1, 2, 6 & 12 stave manuscript paper and a template to download to start your student communication strategy using Google Sheets. We'll be adding more materials this coming week, so if you haven't yet registered, you can access the kit here.
I will teach online...
- As a lesson replacement for sick students to avoid make up requests. 23%
- I only teach face to face 2%
If the virus persists 44%
- Ongoing to expand and extend my studio & offer myself more freedom 30%
How will you be transitioning back to face-to-face teaching
- I'm already back to face to face teaching 2%
- I’m going to continue online for the foreseeable future 23%
- Set a date to return to face to face unless my student wants to continue online 33%
- Slowly return through both online and face to face 42%
What do you envisage your timing will be to resume face to face teaching?
- Now 21%
- June 19%
- July 26%
- August 9%
- September 12%
- Continuing with online teaching 14%