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How to Teach Fiber Arts Online

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Do you want to share your passion for knitting or crochet without leaving the comfort of your home?
Many fiber arts teachers are adapting to teaching virtually. This switch to virtual teaching can be surprisingly successful, but having the right equipment and a good lesson plan are crucial.

Whether you teach crochet, knitting, weaving, sewing, quilting, spinning, or something else, virtual teaching has so many benefits, for both student and teacher! Students can see, close up, each stitch, and can ask questions in real time. Virtual classes are accessible to more students, and less expensive to put on for event organizers.

Join Edie as she suggests ways to take your teaching online. Using the Zoom platform as an example, you’ll learn how you can use the technology you already have to share your knowledge. Topics include studio set-up, lesson planning, and class logistics. Pick up tips for best practices and find out about products and services that will enhance your student’s experience.

When: Wednesday, June 8, 1:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern

Where: Zoom

What: Two-Hour LIVE on-line class with Edie Eckman
Can't make it in person? Class will be recorded and made available for seven days to those who registered.
You will get a PDF (60KB) file

Customer Reviews

Kim L.

2 weeks ago

This is a fantastic class.

I can't say enough about this class. There is so many tips and tricks on how to utilize the best way to teach a class. I so appreciated Edie's professional insights and most helpful info. I would recommend this class to anyone who is even thinking about teaching the fiber arts but also to those that do you tube tutorials would also benefit from this class. I can't wait to take another of Edie's classes.

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