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Date of Graduation
Master of Arts (MA)
School of Art, Design and Art History
William H. Wightman
Hannah K. Sions
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020, most school systems have been forced to move to online instruction presenting a unique set of unprecedented challenges for art educators. This thesis analyzed what three individual art teachers experienced when transitioning from an in-person art classroom to a virtual one through the use of interviews as the primary source of data collection. This research project examined what art teachers experienced with online art education; how art teachers learned about, adjusted to, or prepared for an online visual art education; and the ways in which art teachers responded to issues of inequity related to online visual art education.
Pepper, Jordan, "Online art education: Teaching through a pandemic" (2021). Masters Theses, 2020-current. 116.