A Music Educator’s Perspective on COVID-19’s Higher Education Impact: I Don’t Care


Join Kevin Stevenson as he discusses the impact of COVID-19 on higher education with Dr. David Toledo, Director of Worship Studies and Associate Professor of Music at California Baptist University. Dr. Toledo discusses how Cal Baptist has implemented online learning through an existing platform and the challenges of teaching vocalists, instrumentalists and conducting students online.

Dr. Toledo also talked a great deal about how student engagement and involvement has changed, with professors taking on broader roles as counselor and advocate. He also discusses how the Christian foundation of Cal Baptist has undergirded all of their decisions and actions, making their COVID-19 response a true mission.

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