Find out which type of learning suits you the most. With free checklist.
Online and Offline lessons - which is best for you? With free checklist
Online and Offline lessons - which is best for you?
Online lessons are great, studio (offline) lessons are great, but neither one is perfect.
(Yes, I'm a singing teacher, and I'm saying that studio lessons aren't perfect. GASP!!)
What are the pros and cons of each option?
What questions should you ask your teacher, and ask yourself?
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If you have thought of this same question, you might have had a quick Google about it.
So you'll know there is very little advice out there to help you with this decision.
Yes, I know I offer online and offline courses, but this isn't a SPAM-fest, I promise you.
I've looked objectively at this topic, and asked:
What's the kind of stuff I would want to know if I were making that choice?
For many people, the best method is to stay at home and learn at their own pace with an online course.
I want to use this chat to outline the pros and cons of each teaching method.
But, actually, a lot of the work that needs to be done is self reflection.
Tell me, have you ever thought about your ideal learning environment?
We deep-dive into the questions you need to ask yourself.
Identifying the reasons behind why you do what you do will make it a whole lot easier to know which teaching method will work the best for you.
For any course to work, you need to be honest about what you need as a learner. (<--tweet this)
Great if you love things being mapped out visually for you.
It's a great way to keep you on track and make sure you don't miss anything.
Tell me, what realisations have you had after reading and watching this blog post?
Sometimes it can be the smallest actions that have the largest impact on our lives.
Thank you so much!
Small wins are where it all begins!