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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.



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