Children are learning more online than ever before. The traditional art lessons and art studios are still a great place for young artists to go and learn, but those may soon be a thing of the past. As more educational tools transition to online models, art and drawing are no exception.
The transition to online learning has shown that students can learn more effectively online. Since the pandemic turned the world upside down in March of 2020, parents began to see that their students were not learning as much as they once thought. This opened the door for the most talented and knowledgeable instructors to change the ways that we have all been learning. By creating courses that would be most effective for students. these instructors have been able to give students the direct path to success.
The truth is, many teachers are moving at a slower pace, and many are also providing too much down time. Technology has allowed us to access more information in less time. For this reason, even learning such things as guitar, painting and drawing can move at a quicker pace as well.
Art sites were forced to close their doors or up their game during the pandemic. Sites like Super Smart Kids, took this opportunity to give their customers more when they needed it most.
While one lesson a week, for a couple hundred dollars, was the pre-pandemic way of doing things, post-pandemic is looking very different. Sites like Super Smart Kids have now opened online courses that offer multiple lessons that students can complete at their own pace for a tiny fraction of the cost. Instead of learning one concept over a few months, your student can learn that same concept in just one week if they choose. Learning at your own pace is a game changer. When students are highly motivated and have excess time, their parents need to give them an outlet. Courses like 'Characters Drawing', 'Drawing With Shapes', and 'How to Draw' will keeps kids busy and productive.
While adapting to the new wave of online courses isn't easy, I do believe that it is the future. Truth be told, parents are going to get a much bigger bang for their buck with these online courses. Never before did parents have so many options available from the comfort of their own home.
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Warning to parents; Use caution when providing your child with art lessons on sites like YouTube. Ads will pop up that may be inappropriate. Even on YouTube Kids videos and ads considered by some to be inappropriate.