Creative Connections: Session 35

If You Can Teach Music Online, You Are Ready For Pretty Much Anything: Effective Strategies For Teaching Music Online

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Guest panelist:

Dr Carol JohnsonThe research and work of Dr Carol Johnson (The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Australia) is situated within the nexus of educational technologies, online pedagogy and music performance. Most recently, her research has evidenced the current exponential increase of online music course offerings at the undergraduate level and the need need for a paradigmatic shift for music instructors, students, and policy makers when developing online music teaching methods.

 

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About This Episode

What are key strategies for teaching online and how are these applicable to music and the arts?

Participants will gain understanding of 3 key strategies for practical implementation when teaching music online. Dr Carol Johnson has been teaching music online and recently co-hosted the global Teaching Music Online in Higher Education Virtual Conference. Carol will share supportive interactive online teaching techniques, and highlight online teaching tools that you can utilise across any of your online teachings. Join the webinar to explore innovative online teaching and thinking about online learning.


About The Series

Creative Connections is an online webinar series for the cultural and arts sectors and will offer practical, accessible and useful content delivered by industry experts on key topics and emerging themes.

The series is focused around the theme of adaptation, and sessions will explore digital adaptation, leadership adaptation and arts practice adaptation. Sessions will be facilitated by experts in specific topic areas, with over thirty sessions available.



Dr Carol Johnson

The research and work of Dr Carol Johnson (The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Australia) is situated within the nexus of educational technologies, online pedagogy and music performance. Most recently, her research has evidenced the current exponential increase of online music course offerings at the undergraduate level and the need need for a paradigmatic shift for music instructors, students, and policy makers when developing online music teaching methods. 

Bridging the teaching and learning aspects of online music pedagogy, Johnson’s research surfaces pedagogical guidelines and strategies to develop and re-design online music courses along with ancillary studies that address online student motivation through active, participatory learning and multimedia tools. 

Her recent publications include the co-edited research book “Pedagogy development for teaching music online” (2018), as well as articles in the London Review of Education, International Review of Research in Online and Distributed Learning (IRRODL), and other journals, book and publications.


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