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Best Practices for Teaching Voice at Lessonface

Thanks so much to amazing vocal instructors Aubrey Laurens, Jenessa Logel, and Jerrica Alyssa for sharing their experiences and insights in our Teacherfest Webinar on Best Practices for Teaching Kids at Lessonface.  

Here’s a summary of the information shared and topics discussed in the session.

Required technology and equipment for teachers 

Best Practices for Teaching Kids at Lessonface

Our 2023 TeacherFest webinar on Best Practices for Teaching Kids at Lessonface was hosted by expert instructors Leah Hinton (voice, piano), Brad Ward (guitar, Loog guitar, ukulele, bass), and Gina Sobel (guitar, Loog guitar, ukulele, flute, saxophone, songwriting, piano, voice).  

Here’s a recap of the information shared and topics discussed in the session.

Best Practices for Teaching Woodwinds Online

Erika Skye Andres and Willem Moolenbeek hosted our 2023 TeacherFest session on Best Practices for Teaching Woodwinds Online on Monday. With thousands of hours teaching online, these excellent teachers have an incredible wealth of knowledge about online flute and saxophone lessons, and so we are very grateful that they shared their excellent outline for the session with us. Thanks too to Jupiter, who generously sponsored this excellent session.

Now Enrolling Live Music, Language, and Arts Classes

Enrich your time, meet new teachers, and collaborate with fellow students in group classes on Lessonface! Class series are a perfect way to get an in-depth look into an instrument or topic. We also host recitals and open mics, free for our community members.
 

Best Practices for Teaching Arts & Crafts Online Recap

If you missed our recent TeacherFest session on Best Practices for Teaching Arts & Crafts Online, don’t worry, we took some notes! Lessonface & John C. Campbell Folk School instructors Terry Hale and Marjorie Langston invited participants to contribute their insights and experiences from teaching online. Below are some bullet points of what was covered.

Teacher Spotlight: Lindsay Artkop

Lindsay Artkop graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2016 with a B.A in Professional Music. While at Berklee, she concentrated on Drum Set Performance and Music Business. Her education also strengthened her skills in Music Theory, Harmony, Ear Training and Songwriting. This has certainly helped make her a student favorite since joining Lessonface in 2018. Lindsay has taught over 600 lessons and is praised for her teaching style, organizational skills and superb class materials. We caught up with this month's Teacher Spotlight via email from her home in Los Angeles. 

July and August Jams Now Enrolling

Improvisors of all levels are invited to join in for summertime jams, here at Lessonface. Excellent instructors will be hosting jam sessions for improvisors in all instruments, including voice, from all around the world in July and August. Learn more and find a great jam.

Celebrating 5,000+ lessons on Lessonface: Erika Andres and Leah Kruszewski

Congratulations to Lessonface teachers Erika Andres and Leah Kruszewski for reaching 5,000+ lessons taught on Lessonface! We’re thrilled to be able to celebrate this significant milestone in their online teaching journeys with these two fantastic instructors. 

Best Practices for Online Music & Arts Instruction: TeacherFest 2023

Lessonface's 2nd annual TeacherFest, happening July 17-21, 2023, is now open for enrollment. Great music, language, and arts teachers are invited to take part in the week's activities for sharing information about teaching online, meeting one another, participating in giveaways for highly recommended online teaching tech, and learning from the staff at Lessonface about the latest features and capabilities of our platform for teaching and being treated equitably while doing it. 

You're Invited to Lessonface Jams June 21st

We are thrilled to invite music enthusiasts of all levels to participate in virtual jam sessions hosted by 15 great Lessonface instructors for Make Music Day, June 21st. Whether you're a beginner looking to jam for the first time or an experienced musician seeking new connections and inspiration, there is a great jam session for you!

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