Do online music lessons work?
Top 5 Benefits of Online Music Lessons
By Billy DiCrosta & Neil Fuentes
Although we have been teaching online music lessons for many years, due to our current health crisis, online learning is becoming that much more important! For many people, online learning is still a “very new thing” so it is important when taking online lessons that you are studying with an experienced online educator. Online learning is a fantastic alternative to in person lessons and with today’s technology has become incredibly efficient .
Since online learning may still be new to many parents and students, we thought it would be beneficial for you to see all the amazing reasons to take online lessons. With nearly 10 years of online teaching experience, these are the “TOP 5 BENEFITS” we have come up with!
You can take online music lessons without ever leaving your home or from practically anywhere in the world. All you need is a computer, tablet, or smart phone with internet connection and your instrument. How easy is that??
2. ONLINE LESSONS SAVE YOU MONEY
Taking online lessons means you will be saving on gas and time. And we all know that “time is money”.
3. BAD WEATHER/UNDER THE WEATHER
Online lessons can occur, whatever the weather is or how you are feeling that day. There is no reason to risk driving to and from a lesson in inclement weather or spreading any germs when you aren't feeling well! Stay right where you are and hop online.
4. NO GEOGRAPHIC BARRIERS
Students are never forced to stop their music lessons for geographic reasons. So, whether you’re on the road, traveling or on vacation, you can continue to learn and progress without downtime. With not having to stop you won’t have to learn your material all over again
5. PRACTICING WITH THEIR LAST LESSON
Our online zoom lessons are video recorded. This great benefit allows the student to practice with their lessons when they are finished. Kids can watch a lesson, pause it if needed, rewatch it, rewind it, or start it over the next day. They are learning at their own pace and can go as slow or as fast as they want to.
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