Volume 5, Issue 2, 2021

Forthcoming Articles Visual and Performing Arts
INTEGRATED MOVEMENT AND MUSIC EXPERIENCES IN ONLINE MUSIC EDUCATION METHODS COURSES

Given the natural integrated nature of music and movement, university music education methods courses frequently emphasize active experiences and teaching approaches that include strategies for...

Scholarship of Online Teaching and Learning
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' HOME-BASED LEARNING ENGAGEMENT IN THE SYNCHRONOUS ONLINE COURSE: THE PERSPECTIVE OF EDUCATIONAL ECOLOGY

Synchronous online courses have received wide attention during the COVID-19 pandemic. Students had to attend classes online at home or in dormitories instead of face to face. Learning engagement in...

A CASE STUDY OF KOSOVAN TEACHERS' TRANSITION TO DISTANCE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted education globally; however, different contexts around the world have responded to the challenges distinctively depending on the available resources. Developed...

Visual and Performing Arts
RISKS AND REWARDS OF INDIVIDUAL ONLINE MUSIC LESSONS: TEACHERS' PERSPECTIVES

When the coronavirus pandemic compelled national lockdowns and physical distancing protocols, music teachers turned to synchronous online teaching out of necessity. Formal and informal teacher groups...

Scholarship of Online Teaching and Learning
EVALUATING TECHNOLOGIES FOR COMMUNICATING MATHEMATICALAND SCIENTIFIC REASONING IN FULLY ONLINE ENGINEERING COURSES:A TECHNOLOGY CHOICE FRAMEWORK

Studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees online brings unique challenges since students and academics are expected to digitally communicate complex mathematical and...

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