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Training Methods - Teaching digitally

Here You can find useful links about teaching digitally.

Face-to-Face Training

Face to face learning is training that is provided in person, whether that’s a one-on-one session or in a group setting. This type of training is generally less flexible than online training, as it’s usually at a set time and place and cannot be accessed on-demand.

Blended Learning

Blended learning, also known as hybrid learning, is an approach to education that combines online educational materials and opportunities for interaction online with traditional place-based classroom methods.

Improv and Acting Courses in Athens

Online Courses – Self-Paced or Asynchronistic

These days there are many online courses on whatever skill or topic you would like to learn. Here are few examples:

At Academy of Art University you can earn an accredited art and design degree in either traditional online courses (asynchronous learning), or virtual onsite courses (synchronous learning):

Coursera partners with more than 275 leading universities and companies to bring flexible, affordable, job-relevant online learning to individuals and organizations worldwide. They offer a range of learning opportunities—from hands-on projects and courses to job-ready certificates and degree programs

Online Courses – Instructor-Lead or Synchronistic

At Academy of Art University you can earn an accredited art and design degree in either traditional online courses (asynchronous learning), or virtual onsite courses (synchronous learning):

Other examples include:



On-the-job Training

On-the-job training (OJT) is a practical approach to acquiring new competencies and skills needed for a job in a real, or close to real, working environment. It is often used to learn how to use particular tools or equipment in a live-work practice, simulated, or training environment.

One of possibilities include internships. Check Erasmus Intern to find opportunities:

Create Linkedin account and do a research to see if any organisations/companies in your area are providing on-the-job training

The MOST Music – Management Training program supports young music industry professionals who have a special pull towards traditional or world music. The application is closed, but keep an eye for the next year.

Coaching & Mentoring

One of the most tried and tested paths to success in any profession is to learn from the experience of other successful people. Whatever stage of your career, having a good mentor is essential for your growth as an artist.

To find a mentor, you can think of an old art tutor you particularly admired or another artist you admire and are familiar with, ask them to coach you. Other opportunities include finding mentors online.

MYARTIST offers management, coaching, mentoring and counselling services to artists, while at the same time invites companies to “adopt” an artist and to undertake his/her operating costs (in order to create a painting, a sculpture, to organize a photographic exhibition, etc.).

For more information check out the link:

Padlet is a website which collects all different kinds of online tools for you to use. Check out the website here: For example, you can find Moodle or Google Classroom as an online platform for teaching digitally.

Moodle: With Moodle you can engage your learners with flexible, secure and accessible online learning spaces. You can measure their learning outcomes. The students can work location independent, at all time and you can support them easily. For more information check out the link:

Google Classroom: It is a free blended learning platform. It is for you to easy create content, distribute to the students and grade the assignments. It is easy to upload content for you as a teacher and for the students. For more information check out the link: