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Teaching Music Appreciation Online$
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Bethanie L. Hansen

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190698379

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: December 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190698379.001.0001

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Assisting Students

Assisting Students

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13 Assisting Students
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Teaching Music Appreciation Online
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Bethanie L. Hansen

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190698379.003.0013

This chapter presents many of the common challenges that online students face and provides instructors with effective strategies through which to address related students’ needs. Instructors who teach online will encounter adult learners with particular learning and communication needs, students who experience time and task management challenges, students with disabilities, nonmusicians who do not understand, students with poor communication or writing skills, students with life events that interrupt their progress or cause them to disappear during a course, and challenging students who question or provoke their instructor and classmates. Readers will find within this chapter supportive strategies to guide them through such circumstances, with outreach and communication scripts that are intended to further support their teaching. The chapter ends with a brief summary of important points and an infographic designed to visually highlight means by which instructors can support and assist students with special needs or challenges in online music appreciation classes.

Keywords:   online student challenges, adult learner needs, student time management, student task management, online time management, online task management, students with disabilities, nonmusicians in music, online writing challenges, online communication challenges, challenging online students, challenging student strategies

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