The Online Opportunity: A New Perspective in Student Engagement

Summer Success Stories webinar series

Christina Haldane
Dr. Christina Raphaƫlle Haldane
Assistant Professor
Applied Voice Fountain School of Performing Arts
Dalhousie University

Classical soprano Dr. Christina Haldane will discuss her experiences with designing a new course for our online environment. As a performer, she has relied on an in-person perspective in the past, alongside her course design, to foster student engagement when working face-to-face in her academic courses. She'll be sharing her insights on how a shift to the online environment can be viewed as an opportunity to explore new ways to increase student engagement, such as an organized course flow, bite-sized video segments, specialized software for experiential learning and participation strategies.

Biography

Dr. Christina RaphaĆ«lle Haldane is a Canadian British soprano who enjoys an active performing career in the UK, Europe, Asia and North America. She has sung principal roles in opera houses internationally, including Finnish National Opera, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Scottish Opera, and Musica Viva Hong Kong. An accomplished concert performer, she has performed with many renowned orchestras, and tours regularly with recital and chamber music repertoire. In 2019 she completed a DMA in Voice Performance at the University of Toronto. In addition to her performing and academic work, Christina is in demand as a voice teacher internationally, in both studio and masterclass settings. Dr. Haldane is an Assistant Professor in Applied Voice at Dalhousie University's Fountain School of Performing Arts.

A link to join via Collaborate will be emailed to participants in the morning of the session. 

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clt@dal.ca