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Oct 10 2020

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GOOD MORNING! I'M TECHNOLOGY AND I'LL BE YOUR INSTRUCTOR FOR THIS COURSE
Oct 10 2020 by Dan Keast 0 118 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020035554

Technology is marvelous, yet there are more phobias about technology than automobiles! Faculty who design courses with new technology should be careful about the amount of new platforms, software, and augmented reality tools they employ since it ...

ENTERING THE LIVE-STREAMING VOID AND EMERGING VICTORIOUS: TEACHING PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGY UNDER PRESSURE
Sep 23 2020 by Margaret S. Osborne 0 506 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020035052

In 2019, the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music trialed a hybrid instruction method combining face-to-face teaching with simultaneous live-stream broadcast across two campuses in an undergraduate performance psychology subject. This method was ...

FOSTERING CREATIVITY AND COLLABORATION IN A FULLY ONLINE TERTIARY MUSIC PROGRAM
Sep 18 2020 by Alana Blackburn, Donna Hewitt 0 449 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020035099

One of the pedagogical challenges for online teaching is preparing tertiary music students for collaborative work, particularly in performance, composition, and production. This article surveys the use of online performance collaboration within a ...

ADDRESSING THE INNOVATIONS IN TEACHING MUSIC ONLINE: AN EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
Sep 16 2020 by Carol Johnson 0 315 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020035610

THE USE OF SCAFFOLDS TO HELP IMPROVE STUDENTS' SUCCESS WITH PERSUASIVE TERM PAPERS IN AN ONLINE MUSIC COURSE
Sep 02 2020 by Dan Keast 0 342 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020035088

A scaffold was created for use in a 16-week, fully online general education music course. A persuasive paper of 10 pages was assigned in four steps starting at midterm and concluding in finals week. After the topic and concept maps were approved by ...

PREPARING AN EMERGING PROFESSIONAL TO TEACH PIANO ONLINE: A CASE STUDY
Aug 13 2020 by Pamela D. Pike 0 620 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020034417

Adults use technology as a tool to learn, and the Internet is an important platform for knowledge acquisition. Music students and teachers use interactive websites, online apps, and/or computer programs for learning, feedback, and creative ...

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN TEACHING VCE MUSIC AT VIRTUAL SCHOOL VICTORIA
Aug 12 2020 by Tim Nikolsky 0 622 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020034533

This paper seeks to describe the educational setting of Virtual School Victoria (VSV) from an insider's perspective teaching music subjects in an online context. While detailing the challenges and opportunities in providing the online delivery of ...

A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR TEACHING MUSIC ONLINE
Jul 27 2020 by Carol Johnson 0 794 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020035128

Teaching music online requires a focused approach when moving from its face-to-face counterpart to the online environment. However, online teaching frameworks for music have yet to surface. Using key design elements from the fields of education, ...

CHANGING MINDSET, PERCEPTIONS, LEARNING, AND TRADITION: AN "ADAPTIVE TEACHING FRAMEWORK" FOR TEACHING MUSIC ONLINE
Jul 27 2020 by Brad Merrick 0 2287 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020035150

This paper is based on the reflections and experiences from a participant researcher perspective and explores the creation of an inventory of core pedagogical components, called the adaptive teaching framework (ATF), for use in online teaching. ...

ONLINE MUSIC LEARNING: INFORMAL, FORMAL, AND STEAM CONTEXTS
Jul 25 2017 by Carol Johnson, Scott H.  Hawley 0 14714 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2017015989

The increased development and learning benefits of online learning technologies have prompted music educators to rethink the possibilities of learning music online (Crawford, 2013). Found throughout the Internet on sites such as Online Academy of ...

ONLINE MUSIC EDUCATION STREAM INTRODUCTION
Jan 01 2017 by Carol Johnson 0 2811 0

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