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EDCI 306. HOW DO CHILDREN LEARN? CHAPTER 1. EDCI 306. Objectives: 1) TSW learn about solfege, quarter notes and quarter rests as evidenced by rhythmic and melodic composition assignments. 2) TSW learn about Kaufman and Gardner as measured by the music skills assessment.

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edci 306

EDCI 306

HOW DO CHILDREN LEARN?

CHAPTER 1

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Objectives:

1) TSW learn about solfege, quarter notes and quarter rests as evidenced by rhythmic and melodic composition assignments.

2) TSW learn about Kaufman and Gardner as measured by the music skills assessment.

  • Bluebook Anticipatory Set
  • Classroom Management – Wait Time
  • Assignment of Microteaching Lesson
  • How Children Learn
  • Rhythmic/Melodic Dictation
  • Introduction to Keyboards (if time)
anticipatory set
Anticipatory Set
  • Of the eight structures of musical learning, which three are the most important and why?
how children learn
How Children Learn
  • Types of Learning
    • Psychomotor
    • Cognitive
    • Affective
    • Active Learning
  • Teacher vs. Student Learning

Howard Gardner – Multiple Intelligences

Kaufman - Simultaneous vs. Sequential

structures of musical learning
Structures of Musical Learning
  • Meaningful
  • Sequential Organization
  • Experience before Labeling
  • Conceptual Approach
  • Multisensory Approach
  • Multicultural Approach
  • Reinforcement
  • Transfer
selected techniques
Selected Techniques
  • Cooperative Learning
  • Interdisciplinary Learning
  • Community and School Resources
  • Inclusive Learning
  • Gifted Student
  • Special Needs
  • Kodaly vs. Gordon method
  • Others
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  • Bluebook Anticipatory Set
  • Classroom Management – Wait Time
  • Assignment of Microteaching Lesson
  • How Children Learn
  • Rhythmic/Melodic Dictation
  • Introduction to Keyboards

For Thursday: Get music staff paper, bluebook, binder if you haven’t already

Read chapter 2, compose RD and MD measures

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“Where words leave off, music begins.”

Heinrich Heine