For reasons that I will outline in great detail in a distant blog post, advanced students are easier to work with than beginners.
Perhaps the added ease of working with an advanced student counteracts a lot of the extra energy needed to make the limitations of distance lessons work.
I especially notice the decrease in my own “teacher modeling” to students.Because of all the extra time and energy required to accomplish things in Skype lessons, I always have a sense of needing to be as fast and efficient as possible, leaving less time for demonstration.You stay anonymous and your Skype name is never revealed until you accept request from other members. (With Enough Bandwidth, Many Join the Band), and the enthusiasm of responses by readers shows that this subject is one that still carries a lot of novelty and excitement.helps you to find online Skype ™ users all over the world and add them as Skype contacts.
All our connected users are really online now, and they are waiting for new contacts.
I will definitely add to this list if any reader comments point out factors I may have overlooked.
The most personally relevant drawbacks for me in giving Skype lessons are the following: Of course, nearly all the “cons” in the above list are felt as well, and it is the accumulation of all these limitations that make Skype lessons so much more challenging than in-person lessons.
Music teacher conferences such as MTNA’s national conference have offered technology sessions that address distance lessons for several years now.
Many teachers are doing it, and it’s filling a much-needed gap in society’s need for lessons, especially for students in rural areas who don’t have access to music teachers.
For each Skype users, you can check what the person is looking for : contact requests, chat messages, microphone calls or skype cam.