Skype: A Guide to Delivering Your Classes Online

How can Skype be used to help deliver and live stream my classes? 


When considering moving your classes online, there are many different technology platforms available to you. For now, let us introduce you to Skype - a free way to chat, share information and make video and voice calls. More than that, Skype can be downloaded on a range of devices and is accessible to anyone and everyone who can download the software.

Skype is a great for clubs to be able to deliver their classes online with the option of teaching on a one-to-one basis or in a group setting. With one on one lessons, Skype is a convenient way convenient for teachers and students to connect at times when you can't be there in person. You could also use Skype in a group format but there is a limit of 50 participants, so this is something to take into consideration if you plan to use Skype to deliver you online classes. To find out more about group sessions, you can head to the Skype website.

We've sourced a helpful video on how you can get Skype set up to start broadcasting your videos online. 

If you are still considering whether moving into the digital world is right for you, you can check out our blog post with 5 reasons why you should move online and how it may help navigate your club through this challenging times. 

ClassForKids are working hard to find innovative ways for clubs to navigate their way through this challenging time. You can stay up to date with our latests ideas, news and free templates by visiting our Coronavirus resources page.

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