University of Sydney, Australia via Coursera, 2020
MOOC WEEK 1 PORTFOLIO REFLECTION – TECHNOLOGY IN MUSIC EDUCATION
This week has been a great introduction to the MOOC examining the role of technology and innovation in music education. Critical discussion has reflected on the significance of electric and acoustic instruments as tools for music-making, as well as various school models of pedagogy methods with and without technology, including the Rudolf Steiner school, Carl Orff approach, different architectural spaces, peer collaboration programs and project-based learning. Subsequently, there was exploration of broader contextual issues regarding these diverse approaches to technology in music education.
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MOOC WEEK 2 PORTFOLIO REFLECTION – TECHNOLOGY IN MUSIC EDUCATION
This week has further considered the use of technology in music education and its approach and delivery from teachers, related to the content of relevant popular music for students. In particular, there was critical reflection regarding the engagement of technology and popular music as pedagogy alongside students’ diverse musical influences, interests and cultures, in contrast to the traditional teaching of music techniques, skills, literacy and Western art music.
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 2015-20
Private Violin Tutor, Directions In Music, Sydney, Australia, 2015-19
Sydney Opera House, Sydney Youth Orchestras, 2015