Been wondering how a Zoom class works? You click on an emailed link and BOOM…you’re in a Zoom class (yes, it’s that easy). Here’s what you’ll see: the first photo here shows “Gallery View,” where instructor, students, and the live demo are all in equal-sized windows (think: Brady Bunch, but with knitting).
The second photo shows “Speaker View,” where whoever makes the most noise pops into the big window and everyone else is lined up in the tiny windows along the top, OR we can make the demo window be the big window for as long as we need it.
It’s magic, and it’s that simple. This is how I’ll be teaching for the foreseeable future, for both group classes and private sessions. An added bonus? You can be located anywhere in the world to take any of these classes. Ain’t technology grand? Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions!
Zoom help sessions are available at $55 per hour per person.