Victorian Music Teachers' Association presents
Online Teaching for Instrumental Music Teachers:
A Step-by-Step Guide
FREE webinar covering everything you need to know, step-by-step
Hosted & presented by Katie Wardrobe
Music technology trainer, speaker and consultant
Friday 3 April, 11am-12:30pm (AEDT)
New to teaching online? Wondering how to get started and what equipment you need? In this free webinar we will go through everything you need, step-by-step.
- Software options
- How to optimise your audio settings
- Which equipment you need
- How to set up your physical space
- Tips for running your one-to-one lessons
- Asynchronous teaching options
- What to do if your student has no access to a device and/or limited internet access
We’ll cover basic 'starter' options, plus some more advanced equipment and setup tips. The important thing is that you can get started with what you have now! You will also receive useful links and other resources.
There will be a Live Chat/Q&A during the last part of the webinar, giving attendees an opportunity to ask questions.
This webinar will be suitable for teachers of all instruments. After you have watched the webinar, you will be able to download a PD certificate, and you will be sent a link to the recording.
How to Register
- Enter your name and email address to sign up for the free webinar.
- After you've registered, you'll receive a confirmation email directly from the presenter.
- You'll receive a link to join the webinar 24 hours before the event is due to take place, and a reminder email 60 minutes prior to the start time.
- Don't worry if you can't attend the webinar at the published time. Simply go ahead and register and you'll receive a link to watch the replay.
About the Presenter
Katie Wardrobe is a music technology speaker, trainer, consultant, blogger and podcaster who is passionate about helping music teachers through her business Midnight Music. She runs hands-on workshops and presents regularly at conferences in Australia and overseas.
Katie offers online training and support to music teachers all over the world through her music technology professional development online community - the Midnight Music Community.
Katie is also the author of the keyboard and technology program for middle school students titled Studio Sessions (published by MusicEDU), the host of the weekly Music Tech Teacher podcast and conducts the Melbourne-based choir Orana.
Midnight Music Community
The Midnight Music Community is an online community where music tech professional development, lesson ideas, and accountability come together.
The Midnight Music Community is for music teachers who want to effectively integrate technology into their curriculum.
Full of easy to follow courses, done-for-you lessons, and an interactive forum, the Midnight Music Community will start you on a path towards loving technology.