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Online Music Instruction : Integrating Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor Learning. Cyrus Ginwala Wendell Hanna. LEARNING DOMAINS. Cognitive Affective Psychomotor Know which you are teaching- music often teaches to all three. Psychomotor Learning. Mental

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Online music instruction integrating cognitive affective and psychomotor learning

Online Music Instruction: Integrating Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor Learning

Cyrus Ginwala

Wendell Hanna


Learning domains

LEARNING DOMAINS

Cognitive

Affective

Psychomotor

  • Know which you are teaching- music often teaches to all three.


Psychomotor learning

Psychomotor Learning

  • Mental

    • procedures (improvise on a theme)

    • skills (apply rules, tactics)

  • Psychomotor

    • Techniques (forming correct embouchure)

    • Simple combination procedures (double tonguing, scales and arpeggios, drum rudiments)

    • Foundational (exhaling, fingering, correctly)


Affective learning

Affective Learning

1. Affective learning begins at awareness of a phenomenon.

2. Attending to that phenomenon.

3. Responding to it with a positive feeling.

4. Placing value upon it.

5. Organizing that value within his or her valuation system.

6. Finally, characterizing this value within his or her entire life outlook.


Cognitive learning

Cognitive Learning


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