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A Case Study Exploring the Use of Garageband™ and an Electronic Bulletin Board in Preservice Music Education
This study was designed to examine whether the integration of digital learning technologies in teacher education programs enhances a larger educational mission to foster preservice teachers’ understanding of music and digital literacy. The findings reveal that the majority of participating preservice teachers subscribed to an understanding of music literacy based upon traditional values of developing students’ notation skills. Although a framework for learning was in place, the process was designed as organic, developing with each exchange of musical selections and accompanying reviews and responses. For those accustomed to teacher-centered instruction, this created a measure of initial anxiety.
Updated: Dec. 17, 2014
Additive and Disruptive Pedagogies: The Use of Slowmation as an Example of Digital Technology Implementation
The goal of this study was to explore the experiences of 35 preservice teachers as they were introduced to a new digital technology, “Slowmation”, as a “disruptive” pedagogy over a period of 12 months. The participants in the study were 35 preservice teachers from an elementary cohort. This study highlights the challenges inherent in introducing “disruptive” pedagogies in a teacher education program.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2012