While the course itself is largely foundational, the Teach Music Online community is more topical and allows members to go deeper with key concepts. Here’s what else Carly offers inside her community:
Monthly themes. Every month, Carly introduces a subject, like studio communication. Then, she posts around that theme throughout the month, including a weekly Discussion of the Week and a corresponding live workshop that is later archived in the Monthly Virtual Classes course.
Topics. Carly uses the Topics feature as a lightweight way to categorize her posts. Teacher Success Stories is home to monthly teacher interviews, while the Group Classes and Recitals topic gives members a chance to learn best practices for digital events from each other.
Coaching sessions. Carly hosts a live Q&A session every month. There, she dedicates time to teachers who are looking for support with specific challenges, or have questions about technology, marketing, studio growth, and more.
Open Mics. Teach Music Online hosts monthly open mics, which gives members the opportunity to listen to each other play and share some of their favorite pieces.
Throughout her offerings, and even before someone purchases membership, Carly makes an effort to bring a personal touch, and create real connections: