Today, I've begun another Coursera course, this time run by James Humberstone from the Con (USyd), on technology in music education. Technology is the vehicle by which I'm even able to undertake this course, so I'm already a convert of sorts. It's great being able to study while doing mundane activities like cooking and driving. I love that my paella can continue to simmer while I listen to Dr Humberstone's slickly-produced exploration into three Sydney schools' attitudes towards technology and pedagogy, though I'm not sure if I'm wearing Fair Trade clothing or not (sorry Dr Humberstone). I'm looking forward to the next module in the course.
For Dr Humberstone's course, go to https://www.coursera.org/learn/music-education/home/welcome
For more Coursera courses, go to www.coursera.org
For my obligatory video, here's how to make paella.
Reflections/news on music, piano and music teaching, and anything else that pops up.