How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 4

Kadenze

In this final vodcast of the series, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. discusses the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. You can view the three earlier vodcasts – Part 1 here , Part 2 here , and Part 3 here. Have you also noticed the same approach is used over and over to teach about ‘learning’? Digital Learning arts education online learning pedagogy

Myths about online learning

Janet Clarey

Daniel Lemire wrote a recent post, some myths about online teaching, based on his experiences in higher ed. I think many of these myths can be applied to corporate e-learning. I'm thinking here about a vodcast with group communication around its content. Myth : Online teaching is mostly good for introductory or low-level courses. While I think introductory courses and basic pre-class work can be very good, I also think high-level courses can be taught online.

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How The 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 2

Kadenze

In this second of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. s Director of Business Development, to discuss the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. Indeed, framing art in this thin and impoverished way steers us away from some of the most powerful benefits of the arts, benefits online learning designers are leveraging to great effect. Why is reflection so central to learning?

How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 3

Kadenze

In this third of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. discusses the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. This third vodcast introduces three of the effects which artists and arts educators bring to processes of learning online. This aims to maximise learning by reducing the extraneous demands placed on learners as they process information on the screen. Digital Learnin