University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environmentscapacitate in music education?With examples from ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?With examples from...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeRequirements for establishing e-learning environments                        ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeRequirements for establishing e-learning environments                        ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeHow to categorize e-learning environments?                             I What...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeHow to categorize e-learning environments?                                   ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat characterizes good e-learning environments?                             ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade                               What are e-learning environments today/in futu...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade                       What are e-learning environments able to today/in futu...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade                       What are e-learning environments able to today/in futu...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade                       What are e-learning environments able to today/in futu...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?                  ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?                  ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?                  ...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Contemporary techn...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Music technology (...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Internet as learni...
University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Some examples of w...
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  1. 1. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environmentscapacitate in music education?With examples from Estonia, Finland, Germany, USA Lecture following the Pedagogical Forum Performing Arts December, 17, 2012, Belgrade (Serbia)Gerhard LockMusicologist, Composer, EducatorMA, PhD candidate: Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Department of Musicology;Lecturer: Tallinn University, Institute of Fine Arts, Department of MusicTallinn University, Head of Arts Subject Field CouncilTallinn/Estonia
  2. 2. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?With examples from Estonia, Finland, Germany, USALecturer Gerhard Lock (Tallinn Estonia) Sound example accompanying the metaphorical picture of the lecture – „A boater needs to know and understand...“
  3. 3. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeRequirements for establishing e-learning environments I What do we need? II What does it requires to know? III What skills are useful?
  4. 4. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeRequirements for establishing e-learning environments Computer Internet Software Hardware1) basic skills in all realms mentioned2) experience how to use them together3) motivation and ability to learn individually4) ability to concentrate and organize your time in accordance to therequirements established by the e-learning environment
  5. 5. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeHow to categorize e-learning environments? I What kind of environments you know? II What does they enable/what does they require? III What is the role of the internet there?
  6. 6. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeHow to categorize e-learning environments? Open environments - thematic websites/portals - (self-)learning websites/portals - open e-learning courses - community websites/forums - upload environments Partly open/closed environments Closed environments - password protected payment orThe Internet as non-centralized special e-learning environments/environment software- link-based, wiki structures - intranets of institutions- constantly developing, growing, changing ... → meta-meta-meta
  7. 7. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat characterizes good e-learning environments? Symbols should 1) evoke rememberance 2) be visually attractive 3) soundingly attractive Structures need to be 1) clear, simpleA need for crasping, to 2) as much as self-explaining1) evoke interest, 2) be exciting 3) flexible3) be dynamic, 4) be interactive 4) pragmatic
  8. 8. University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade What are e-learning environments today/in future? Music technology - becomes more and more familiar for people 1) who have no formal music education 2) who dont play any instrument(Juvonen & Ruismäki 2009) Internet is changing into www + social networks: 3) social and user-based Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, community media product, YouTube, TeacherTube, Myspace, participating & interaction, Soundcloud, Freesound etc. sharing and free creation
  9. 9. University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade What are e-learning environments able to today/in future? Internet is useful 1) for independent music learning 2) information retrieval in any moment of time 3) requirements/needs based learning environments(Juvonen & Ruismäki 2009) 4) mediator for buying-offer In public debate Internet users - dangers and disadvantages of the - become content producers Internet has been underlined, especially for children
  10. 10. University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade What are e-learning environments able to today/in future? Students use the internet 1) to find solutions to musical problems 2) visualization and sharing of knowledge 3) creating constantly new information just appropriate(Juvonen & Ruismäki 2009) for them In Internet communities one uses 1) simples solutions, services and tools ... 2) … to support, create, share, teach, learn, communicate
  11. 11. University of Arts, Faculty of Music Belgrade What are e-learning environments able to today/in future? Future environments: 1) blogs, wikis, podcasts, clouds 2) research and science based networks The door is open, you just have to step in (Chinese proverb) Be aware, that to much personal(Juvonen & Ruismäki 2009) information sharing online may lead to become transparent and controllable in the Internet. Integration of media technology in the classroom 1) music teachers are on the frontline to integrate media technology 2) variety of recordings enlarge the experience of interpretation (Beaudoin 2009)
  12. 12. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education? Todays technology 1) support learners 2) enables to experience interpretations of famous performers 3) observe and yourself shape the development of composing --> with best and worst examples Computernotation-, digital audio workstations (sequencer programs) 1) enables young composers to listen to the exact representation of their creation, no matter weather it is electronic or orchestra music (Beaudoin 2009)
  13. 13. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education? Teachers 1 1) can supplement their courses with lectures of famous specialists 2) the complete work of famous composers is already online (Bach, Mozart, Schönberg etc.) 3) scores, MIDI and free sound Musicians portals one find also elsewhere 1) private teaching isnt local any more, because one can share it via video 2) may play together via webcam and Skype (Beaudoin 2009)
  14. 14. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education? Teachers 2 1) can use blogs to teach 2) blogs may become recognized environments 3) through YouTube become aware, what their students do 4) find on YouTube historical recordings YouTube 1) established first online-orchestra (2009), where you can download your instruments part (Tan Duns new piece), record it via video upload in You Tube (Beaudoin 2009)
  15. 15. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Contemporary technology- offers new versions of old tools and goals (Ojala et al 2006)- is important, but useless if we are unable to use itApplicationsIn Pedagogy and education- monitoring learning- to develop pedagogically useful and working solutions for teaching and learning- sufficiant integration into curriculae and school culture- new means of communication change the field of music as well as relatedprocesses of enculturalization (Juvonen & Ruismäki 2009)
  16. 16. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Music technology (Juvonen & Ruismäki 2009)1) Support for instrument learninga) video mediated teachingb) accompaniment programs, interactive software2) Enables creative activities likea) childrens composition projectsb) barrier-breaking projects (e.g. pic2sound - Coagula, data2sound - Audacity)3) Network teaching and learning4) Use of multimedia materialsa) CD-ROM, b) Internet5) Integrating music technology into curriculum and National standards
  17. 17. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Internet as learning environment (Juvonen & Ruismäki 2009)Enables you to learn on your own and easily at home.Categories of websites/portals:1) offering information and illustrating materials (is included also in the next categories)2) offering interactive problems and practices3) dynamic pages built by web communities4) introducing teaching and course syllabi and curriculumThey may be (partly) open/closed or include software to download etc.These categories seldom appear solely on just one category, they do mix.
  18. 18. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?Some examples of websites/portals/environments:Keeping Score, The Violin Site, AnaVis, MILAN, Good Ear, MusicalMind,Music Theory Net, Audiosauna, Notefligth, Musescore, Audacity, Freesound,WHOLENOTE, MuKriErikursus, Rada7, MOVE, Koolielu,Primary Resources (music), Music at school, EDUHI.AT, Vermont MIDI Project,MIT-OPENCOURSEWARE, IVA, Blackboard, MoodleCheck out these websites and find out1)what kind of content they offer?2)into what category they might belong3)are they open/closed environments4)in which context (formal/informal) they might be applicable
  19. 19. 1) offering information and illustrating materialsKeeping Score: open US multimedia environment with score, recordings and historicalbackground information on famous composers, its useful to listen to the music while tracking thescore in realtime; The Violin Site: open English language all around the violin and teaching2) offering interactive problems and practicesAnaVis: closed German learning environment for formal analysis and games, MILAN: closedGerman music theoretical education portal, Good Ear, MusicalMind: open English onlinesolfege training websites, Music Theory Net open music theory website; Audiosauna: openEnglish full-featured online audio workstation with an easy-to-use and straightforward userinterface. It enables using several advanced polyphonic synthesizers, samplers and live effectsin real-time in the browser. Notefligth: closed online notation portal, Musescore: free musiccomposition and notation software with online tutorial and online sharing possibilities, Audacity:free audio and recording software with Wiki pages3) dynamic pages built by web communities [most of software websites offers forums fordeveloping their products]: Freesound: partly open collaborative database of Creative CommonsLicensed sounds; WHOLENOTE: partly open English online community devoted to the learningand sharing of all things guitar, Rada7: partly open Estonian blog/website for pop and alternativemusic criticism4) introducing teaching and course syllabi and curriculumFinnish, Estonian, English, Austrian, US (open and partly open environments)MOVE, Koolielu, Primary Resources (music), Music at school, EDUHI.AT,Vermont MIDI Project, MIT-OPENCOURSEWAREEstonian, US (closed environments)IVA, Moodle, Blackboard
  20. 20. University of Arts, Faculty of Music BelgradeWhat e-learning environments capacitate in music education?ReferencesBeaudoin, Paul (2009). iTunes, YouTube and me: integrating media technology in the musicclassroom. Music and Environment: The Changing Face of Music Education (eds. T. Selke &G. Lock). Tallinn: Tallinn University, 30–34.Juvonen, Antti & Ruismäki, Heikki (2009). The new possibilities of music technology in musiceducation. Music and Environment: The Changing Face of Music Education (eds. T. Selke &G. Lock). Tallinn: Tallinn University, 98-104.Lock, Gerhard [2012]. Muusikakriitika erikursus / Music criticism course (MuKriErikursus).http://www.tlu.ee/muusikaarvustaja/muusikakriitika/MuKriErikursus.htmlMorehead, Patricia (2009). Teaching composition in the new world of the technologicalrevolution. Music and Environment: The Changing Face of Music Education (eds. T. Selke &G. Lock). Tallinn: Tallinn University, 188-194.Ojala, J.; Salavuo, M.; Ruippo, M. & Parkkila, O. (2006). Muusiiikasvatusteknologia (Musiceducation technology), Otava: Suomen musiikkikasvatusteknologian seura, Keuruu.

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