September 27, 2016

Presentation Title

Wait! You’re Teaching What Online? (Early Chant – Yes!)

Location

Conrad

Start

9-27-2016 3:30 PM

End

9-27-2016 4:20 PM

Abstract

Our interdisciplinary team has developed the first online program for the teaching and learning of the basic vocabulary and grammar of early musical notation systems.

We propose to offer a presentation that will include the following:

  • an explanation of the software, the learning research behind it; and especially the interdisciplinary collaboration required to create it;
  • a demonstrate of the program;
  • an audience participation segment in which audience members will see a short demonstration video regarding a particular segment of the notation and work in self-correcting, interactive exercises.

Participants in this presentation session will

  • gain insights into ways interactive online learning tools can be effective in any discipline;
  • have an experience of a new interactive software, the principals behind which could be applied to various disciplines;
  • gain an understanding of the critical interdisciplinary collaboration needed to build effective online learning programs.

Format

Concurrent Session

Institutional level targeted

Higher Ed

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Sep 27th, 3:30 PM Sep 27th, 4:20 PM

Wait! You’re Teaching What Online? (Early Chant – Yes!)

Conrad

Our interdisciplinary team has developed the first online program for the teaching and learning of the basic vocabulary and grammar of early musical notation systems.

We propose to offer a presentation that will include the following:

  • an explanation of the software, the learning research behind it; and especially the interdisciplinary collaboration required to create it;
  • a demonstrate of the program;
  • an audience participation segment in which audience members will see a short demonstration video regarding a particular segment of the notation and work in self-correcting, interactive exercises.

Participants in this presentation session will

  • gain insights into ways interactive online learning tools can be effective in any discipline;
  • have an experience of a new interactive software, the principals behind which could be applied to various disciplines;
  • gain an understanding of the critical interdisciplinary collaboration needed to build effective online learning programs.