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Using Story-Telling, Role Play, and Video Therapy as Learning Strategies with Incarcerated Females

Project Description: 

The purpose of the proposed qualitative narrative analysis is to provide counselors for incarcerated women with exploratory, narrative insights from other counselors as to how movies or film stories can provide therapeutic support for incarcerated women.  Storytelling has been used previously for therapeutic purposes (Miller, 2015), however, less is known about using film or movies for therapeutic purposes with this population.   The narrative analysis research design will allow researchers to gather first hand accounts of the research experiences of interest.

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Fine Arts Applications: Integral Art forms and experiential learning in Virtual Reality

Project Lead: 
Patricia Steele
Project Description: 

Little is known about how the student centered VR and AR educational application pedagogies incorporate various strategies for diverse thinking skills.  Lacking a clear understanding of the pedagogies means that educators are missing an opportunity to access the full power of the new VR and AR applications for learning (Fowler, 2015) and missing the potential of an educational innovation (Hadjileontiadou, Dias, Diniz, & Hadjileontiadis, 2015).

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Narrative reflections of early music education from mid level career professionals

Project Lead: 
Rita Hartman
Project Description: 

The purpose of the qualitative narrative inquiry will be to analyze the stories of mid level professionals who report being influenced by music training early in their lives providing educators with information and knowledge to support the inclusion of music in the school curriculum (Susic, 2017).

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Reflective narratives from Late Career Professionals on early visual arts experiences

Project Lead: 
Elizabeth Johnston
Project Description: 

While arts educators have developed descriptive models of the skills developed in visual arts curriculums (Winner, 2013; Eisner, 2017) less is known about the lifelong benefits that might be available only through training in the visual arts.

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Stress Management Techniques Used by Faculty in the Asynchronous Learning Environment

Project Lead: 
Barbara Kennedy
Project Description: 

The asynchronous learning environment is characterized by complexities such as maintaining proficiency with organizational and technology changes, class management, perceptions of isolation, and classroo

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