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18 Jun

The Ultimate Virtual Class Guide for Enrichment Schools Part 1: Getting Set Up Pre-Class

Virtual is here to stay; it’s time to commit to the screen. Teaching has fundamentally changed. Though the initial frenzy created by the onset of COVID-19 has died down, it brought a single question to the forefront of our minds: what will learning, instruction, and classes look like in the future for ballet, karate, piano […]

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18 Jun

The Ultimate Virtual Class Guide for Enrichment Schools Part 2: During the Live Class

Welcome to Part 2 of our 3 part series on the creating the ultimate virtual class experience. In Part 1: Getting set up pre-class, we recognized the increasing importance of virtual instruction amidst the changing landscape of education as we know it. Having consolidated a comprehensive checklist of what to do for pre-class preparation, we […]

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18 Jun

Helpful resources during COVID -19

Please see below for some resources we’ve compiled for small businesses as well as some guides to holding your classes virtually. Resources for small businesses Updates and resources from the state of CA including office of the small business advocate >>> Click Here Los Angeles Small Business Development Center Resources for free 1:1 advising >>> […]

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18 Jun

A guide to holding any kind of class virtually

Getting set up virtually can be daunting! Scroll down for a step-by-step guide and tools to get you up and running. And for some inspiration, check out my kids in the video below doing their martial arts class virtually this week! Need help to get your virtual classes set up? We’re offering a 30 min […]

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18 Jun

Zoom tips & tricks we’ve heard from our clients holding virtual classes

As we’ve all started to migrate online for school, martial arts classes, tutoring and more we wanted to share some tips from our clients on using Zoom to hold virtual classes. Tips for the teacher: 1. When you sign up for Zoom, ensure that you select a Pro Account if your classes are longer than […]

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18 Jun

COVID-19 best practices, a note from our Founder

Like many of you, I am also a small business owner with questions. How long will this pandemic last? How long will it take for the economy to bounce back? How can I keep my employees and customers safe? As a technology company, it was an easy decision to immediately direct my employees to work […]

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18 Jun

How can the use of a digital payment platform benefit your education business?

Alicia Ng • January 15, 2020 Working in the education business is incredibly rewarding as you get to impact the lives of students as they grow and learn under you. However, it can also be extremely challenging as many education providers are wearing lots of hats today, from juggling student care to running their businesses. […]

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18 Jun

Grandparents Day: Not just another “Hallmark holiday”

Chelsea LaFerla • September 7, 2019 Contrary to popular belief, Grandparents Day is not a commercial holiday created to generate greeting card sales. Rather, it is an official national holiday thanks to a federal proclamation signed by President Jimmy Carter in 1978. However, it unofficially began with Marian McQuade in 1956 when she learned that […]

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18 Jun

Exploring the world of martial arts for your children

Lori Shao • Aug 30, 2019 Last week we suggested a few different after-school activities to keep children stimulated (and supervised) until the parents get off work. We touched on why foreign language, coding, and martial arts are all solid choices, but now we’re going to take the time to take a deeper dive into […]

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18 Jun

Three ideas for your child’s after-school education

Lori Shao • Aug 23, 2019 For many working families the return of school may inspire a sigh of relief, but it is often short lived. When most schools end between 2pm and 3pm, there are at least two hours worth of time during which their children need to be occupied before parents who own […]

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