A. Instruction - 6.3
B. Design - 7.1
C. Engagement - 5
Music Theory Tutorials: Videos for Learning Music Theory
Summary : Video Tutorials for Learning Music Theory
Music Theory Tutorials consists of five modules, and each module includes multiple tutorials.
Please note: Only the first module is available for free, and each of the other modules costs $9.99 to download.
Every tutorial consists of a video lesson instructed by Gregg Fine, and users are able to pause, fast forward, and rewind the video.
- Teachers can have students view a tutorial and then write a summary of what they learned. Summaries can be written using the Hanx Writer, WPS Office, or Documents app, and students can email their summary to their teacher.
- After viewing a video, teachers can have students create a comprehension quiz based on the video. The quiz questions can be composed using an Office app, and students can email the questions to their teacher. The teacher can then use the questions to create a quiz and post the quiz to a class website app (e.g., ClassFlow, Schoology, or Edmodo) for other students to complete.
- After viewing a module, students may recognize a musical principle that was not discussed. If so, teachers can have students create a video modeled after the ones included in this app using TouchCast. The video can then be uploaded to a class website so other students may view it.
- After viewing a video about a musical principle, teachers can have students use the Songwriter’s Pad or Amateur Band app to demonstrate the principle, if able to.
- After viewing a video about a musical principle, students can demonstrate that principle by playing a musical instrument app.
|A2. 21st Century Skills
|A3. Conn. to Future Learning
|A4. Value of Errors
|A5. Feedback to Teacher
|A6. Level of Material
|A7. Cooperative Learning
|A8. Accom. of Individual Diff.
|B1. Ability to Save Progress
|B2. Platform Integration
|B3. Screen Design
|B4. Ease of Use
|B6. Goal Orientation
|B7. Information Presentation
|B8. Media Integration
|B9. Cultural Sensitivity
|C1. Learner Control