Music:Ed is offering its readers, which include Musicians’ Union members a 25% discount on its latest training course for music teachers moving over to online lessons."> Music:Ed is offering its readers, which include Musicians’ Union members a 25% discount on its latest training course for music teachers moving over to online lessons."> Music:Ed is offering its readers, which include Musicians’ Union members a 25% discount on its latest training course for music teachers moving over to online lessons.">
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Members’ Discount For Two Week Course on Teaching Music Online

Music:Ed is offering its readers, which include Musicians’ Union members a 25% discount on its latest training course for music teachers moving over to online lessons.

Published: 26 March 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:30 PM
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The course run by Musitex, Teaching Music Online, will guide students through the process of developing a complete curriculum unit with lesson plans and materials for online delivery.

Here are the key benefits of signing up:

  • The course will cover the best methodologies and tools for online learning, aligning outcomes, activities and assessment methods, delivery methods and more.
  • You’ll end up with lessons to use right away and the know-how to proceed in the future.
  • The course fee includes one year of unlimited support.

The 25% discount will bring the full course fee down to $25 (USD) or roughly £21 at the time of publishing.

It will begin on Monday 30 March, with live online meetings on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Find out more and register here.

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