Top tech to teach Art remotely

Renowned poet and writer Dana Gioia once said, “The purpose of arts education is not to produce more artists, though that is a byproduct. The real purpose of arts education is to create complete human beings capable of leading successful and productive lives in a free society.”

In a bid to extend their reach, an increasing number of educators are turning to technology to help them connect with their students.

Although online tutoring for subjects of an academic nature has been popular for quite some time, creative fields like art are also enjoying an increased online presence. Taking art teaching to a completely virtual environment, however, is a big step, as it typically involves more of a hands-on approach than academic teachings do.

Thankfully, there is a range of apps, online platforms and tools that can be utilized to make the transition to online teaching significantly easier for both the teacher and the students.

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