Eight standards of O2O platform for art education

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two years ago, everyone on the O2O are also talking about the concept, and now O2O has been subdivided into all walks of life, different industries and different standards, art education O2O platform also has its own laws, not grasp these criteria, the product is likely to deviate from the direction you want.

1. is the parent

who decides what the child will study

art education O2O platform, although for children to find art courses created, but the majority of users are parents. The younger the child, the parents of the child to learn what kind of art interference ratio is greater, to know the parents are not happy kids on the Internet bubble, the ratio of child learning initiative is not high, so the primary school is likely to be single handedly, to let parents feel good.

parents find training class is based on the practical investigation of the reputation, do not violate the parents find curriculum process, let parents trust your platform is king, reflected for institutions must have good or bad reputation on your platform, also must have the qualification level of the show, love need a sense of security, to the child need to find a teacher


2. helps children find their interests,

for more enlightened parents, they will consult the children want to learn what not only by their own subjective decision, but children may also do not know what you love, your potential where teachers often advise their children to try. Remember when I was young, my parents let me choose from the keyboard and sketch, I saw so many keys electronic organ to go directly to the next Studio School for half a year before it, until it round his junior high school graduation of a piano dream.

now has a special art curriculum for children to select the platform, through big data, it must use the test questions and other ways to help children find their own interest, you let the children less detours, parents will remember your good.

3. platform online, but the emphasis on online under

do O2O to 80% of the focus of art education online, O2O is no exception, to see the child is how to practice training, parents how to sit in the classroom door waiting and playing mobile phone, you will find the line a lot and not as planned. Art education O2O is different from the K12 industry, although the platform is online, but the essence of O2O is to serve the line, always on the line of their own YY, absolutely dead early.

4. teachers should pay more attention to


training institution is opened by the boss, and the children are sent by parents, but the teachers and children are taught and studied. Training institutions do not necessarily have computers, so it is best to let the teacher can use the mobile phone management students, communicate with parents, this child learning what micro chat to do very well. In addition to the management of students, but also concerned about the teacher’s personal career, there are many worthy of "digging" point, it depends on what the entrepreneur himself want to do.

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