The 19th April 2020 witnessed the first of what has immediately become an extremely popular EPTA UK event, almost an institution. Our two-weekly online webinars have attracted audiences of over 200 EPTA members, and we look forward to seeing more of you as the weeks go on.
These stimulating and informative sessions feature distinguished teachers and performers talking passionately about areas of teaching close to their heart. For those of you who haven't experienced them, they are almost always 3pm every other Sunday (unless, like our presenter Samantha Coates, you live in Australia; hers is at 11am), and last exactly an hour, with a chance for live questions via Zoom chat.
The subject matter varies hugely across the spectrum of teaching. From the broadly practical (setting up your on-line teaching) to the informative (Practising Slowly: How, Why and When?) via specialist and challenging approaches (Rote Teaching in Online Lessons) to creative approaches in choosing technical repertoire (The Key to Success). All will have their own personality and are there to stimulate discussion and enrich our lessons.
If you come away with just one new idea, or it opens up thoughts about your own research, then it will have been time well spent. The diary is filling up quickly, and a quick glance at the sessions already planned will show the diversity of exciting presentations on offer.
Don't miss out, register before the day (invitations will be sent to members the week before the webinar) and then sit back with a cup (or glass) of something and enjoy. As always, if you have a subject you would like addressed, have heard a presenter you think we would all love to hear, or even wish to present something yourself, please don't hesitate to email email@example.com
Click here for the full programme of webinars