Here’s my set-up for Skyped piano instruction.
A travel itinerary minus airport delays and x-ray scanners included stop-offs in Pennsylvania, Sydney, Australia; Portland Oregon, and London England.
Lessons have been scheduled as needed.
A Power Point-less presentation offers more:
A Skype lesson-in-progress to Sydney fleshes out a bi-screen video landscape. (two Logitechs in synch)
I always suggest video supplements to real-time, virtual learning because they allow a closer examination of student problem areas with an eye toward remedies.
Video sharing is even better, where a pupil sends off an Unlisted or Private You Tube playing snippet, and I dash off a video response.
In a word, modern technology in various forms can be enlisted to meet the needs of students who require scheduling convenience amidst a busy work day, or who live in a rural area without easy access to a private teacher.