We are becoming accustomed to one of two modes in our online classroom interaction. Either we have pictures of the professor and our classmates, or we have pictures of items with which we interact as students. The middle ground is the offstage professor, where the students view the interactive items while the professor highlights pertinent information.
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Why do We Play if it's Work?
This is a "pictures of the professor" video that tells the story of my connection to music. I have a lifelong interest in music - primarily instrumental, although I sing first soprano. I earned a Minor in Music in Computer Science from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. I have also taught private lessons in voice and woodwinds.
Attaining Mountains of Meaning
It seems unusual to use online technology for videos that do not use one of the previously mentioned modes to educate viewers. Traditional school audio/visual presentations do not feature live classroom interaction; rather, they are films about the natural world, or fictitious worlds, in which students explore topics that relate to the current curriculum.
The usual caveat on links: some websites require membership in the class or invitation to the site. Links are included in this website, but if the link does not allow access to the intended site, please use the contact information supplied by the site to determine whether you can view it.