Volume 5, Issue 1, 2021

Forthcoming Articles Visual and Performing Arts
A HISTORICAL STUDY (2007-2015) ON THE ADOPTION OF ONLINE MUSIC COURSES IN THE UNITED STATES

As we look to forecasting for the future of music education, understanding what has happened historically provides bearing for where we can go, and can elucidate essential elements required to...

IMPROVISING TO A COVID TUNE: REDESIGNING A BEGINNING JAZZ IMPROVISATION COURSE FOR INSTRUMENTALISTS TRAINED IN OTHER STYLES FOR FULLY ONLINE DELIVERY

The teaching of improvisation at tertiary institutions has primarily been through face-toface methods in jazz education contexts and music education more widely. Jazz is a music that is performed...

Scholarship of Online Teaching and Learning
TAKING EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ONLINE: STUDENT PERCEPTIONS

This article examines the impact of an online field experience course designed for Bachelor of Education students during the COVID-19 crisis. When Alberta schools closed two days before preservice...

STUDENTS AS PARTNERS IN A COVID-19 ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Course Design and Development
THE PUPPETMASTER FRAMEWORK: INVESTIGATING NEW APPROACHES FOR MIXED REALITY IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION

The global economy needs qualified engineers. An engaged, diverse workforce is critical to meeting this need. Current research indicates 47% of students who initially seek an engineering degree...

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