Event Title

Collaboration Delivered by Distance and In-Person: Flipping Musical Variations: Taking Advantage of the Flipped Classroom in Two Music History Distant Classrooms and the Music Performance Classroom

Location

Ross 1010

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

15-6-2017 11:45 AM

End Date

15-6-2017 12:30 PM

Description

Brownlow will present an innovative method of teaching music history using iPad technology in a hybrid environment. The project features a flipped approach involving online learning, video instruction, and an in-class “hands-on” methodology. In addition, use of Apple TV and video conferencing technology allows the course to be taught simultaneously to two different classrooms seventy miles apart.

In Byrnes’ brass techniques classroom (for music education majors), a great deal of class time was lost in teaching basics of holding, assembly, oiling each instrument; by using short instructional videos, students could reference relevant information at different times throughout the semester, depending on their own assigned progression of instruments. Advantages, challenges and possible solutions will be discussed.

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Jun 15th, 11:45 AM Jun 15th, 12:30 PM

Collaboration Delivered by Distance and In-Person: Flipping Musical Variations: Taking Advantage of the Flipped Classroom in Two Music History Distant Classrooms and the Music Performance Classroom

Ross 1010

Brownlow will present an innovative method of teaching music history using iPad technology in a hybrid environment. The project features a flipped approach involving online learning, video instruction, and an in-class “hands-on” methodology. In addition, use of Apple TV and video conferencing technology allows the course to be taught simultaneously to two different classrooms seventy miles apart.

In Byrnes’ brass techniques classroom (for music education majors), a great deal of class time was lost in teaching basics of holding, assembly, oiling each instrument; by using short instructional videos, students could reference relevant information at different times throughout the semester, depending on their own assigned progression of instruments. Advantages, challenges and possible solutions will be discussed.