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시드니 대학교의 The Place of Music in 21st Century Education 학습자 리뷰 및 피드백

60개의 평가
25개의 리뷰

강좌 소개

What do children need from education now, and in the future? How is technology best used in teaching and learning? How can innovative approaches to education be reconciled with established, traditional ones? What does student-centred learning really mean? This five module course is not just for classroom or ensemble music educators. It’s suitable for anyone interested in creativity-infused education, in contemporary education issues, and in the integration and use of digital technology. It’s designed to challenge old paradigms, to inspire innovative and creative pedagogical philosophies, and to develop your ability to critically respond to the latest research. We’ll visit schools with vastly different approaches to learning and teaching, and meet inspiring teachers and principals. We’ll venture inside the classroom to closely observe how technology is integrated with music education – or how it’s decidedly not! We’ll talk to international leaders and experts about innovative and traditional approaches to music education, and I’ll provide insights from my own practice as well as from some of my students. I’ll be provoking you to think critically and creatively, to develop your own ideas and theories around students’ educational needs and the impact of digital technologies, now and into the future. Copy and paste this link into your browser to watch the trailer:

최상위 리뷰


2017년 1월 18일

This course was just what I needed. The content was engaging and posed some challenging questions that are very relevant to music educators in the 21st Century. I would highly recommend this course!


2020년 7월 6일

Beautifully step by step designed course. Gained some useful practices which I can apply in my classroom as well. Music teachers from all over the world can found something useful in this course.

필터링 기준:

The Place of Music in 21st Century Education의 25개 리뷰 중 1~25

교육 기관: Ben Z

2017년 6월 10일

What a great course and resource for music teachers. Illuminating, thought-provoking, and relevant. I really look forward to your next MOOC with some more practical examples of the use of technology in the music classroom. I leave the course with lots of new ideas, fresh energy, and an openness towards re-evaluating what's important in the music classroom. I also have a new appreciation for all that technology has to offer. While it is daunting, it is also tremendously exciting. The course was well-produced, engaging, and the interviews were fantastic. Amazing resource, so happy this exists!

교육 기관: Lauri B

2020년 7월 24일

This course makes you think about how to design your own music classes and why. Some very interesting and inspiring ideas are given from different angles. Translations from general didactic ideas to music classes specifically are also made. Next to this, James wears terrific shirts :-) Thank you very much for those wonderful classes! I'm inspired to re-think my music classes for next school year, especially because I'll have to re-design my classes to be able to give them online due to Covid-19. In this light, the ideas in this course were very helpfull too!

교육 기관: Claire S

2021년 5월 4일

I really enjoyed this course, and the practical application of each module also helped expand my website and my real world understanding of music in education. Highly recommend this course - HOWEVER it is sometimes quite difficult to get the necessary Peer reviewed feedback in order to progress with the course. -- Fortunately this issue was eventually resolved via emails. Hopefully this small glitch in the overall efficiency of the course can be resolved as it is a very useful and enjoyable course overall.

교육 기관: Agnes C ( r

2021년 5월 15일

This is a unique course. It mentioned a lot of things I never thought of to include in my current teaching. My teaching is still traditional way and I found students getting lost interests. Thanks to this course encourage me to think about teaching renovation through the assignments. I like to provide peer reviews as I can read what other musicians thinking other side of the world. It really open up my mind in future education.

교육 기관: Carrie P

2018년 2월 13일

Such an excellent course!! I would highly recommend it to music teachers, musicians, or any curious music lover. What made it really great was the wealth of different sources & videos, exhaustive reading lists, and assignments which not only helped build critical thinking & writing style, but enthusiasm of the peers on the course and our exchanges in learning. Thank you! I hope there's one to follow this soon!

교육 기관: Militao d M R

2017년 5월 24일

Very good course! It shows many distincts points of view and a very broad and contemporary perspective of music education. I learned a lot. The materials and videos are very well produced and good to watch. I do recommend this course. I thank and congratulate Prof. Humberstone for the very good job.

교육 기관: Andrew P

2017년 7월 29일

The course was well structured and thought provoking. As an experienced teacher (over 20 years) it was an effective way of surveying some of the current trends. I recommend the course to all music teachers. I look forward to more courses from the University of Sydney and Dr James Humberstone.

교육 기관: Samuel W

2018년 9월 8일

Written with a dual focus and eye on future education paradigms. Not to mention engaging with real-world conflicts from parents, schools, curriculum and ideas. This is something administrators and music educators of all schools should engage it.

교육 기관: Kyle P

2017년 8월 11일

Excellent course. Gave me lots to think about in my own teaching practice. I really appreciated the different perspectives presented in the videos, and the writing assignments really forced me to develop my own thoughts on the issues.

교육 기관: Anthony L J

2019년 9월 1일

James Humberstone's course is inspiring, but also confronting. Presenting seemingly opposite approaches to teaching music goes someway to demonstrate that concepts outweigh the specifics of different approaches.

교육 기관: Terry O

2019년 8월 20일

Anyone teaching music at this time in history can benefit from taking this course. James Humberstone will introduce you to people, ideas, movements, and methods that will change your perspectives for the better!

교육 기관: Peter S

2017년 1월 19일

This course was just what I needed. The content was engaging and posed some challenging questions that are very relevant to music educators in the 21st Century. I would highly recommend this course!

교육 기관: Priyanka S

2020년 7월 7일

Beautifully step by step designed course. Gained some useful practices which I can apply in my classroom as well. Music teachers from all over the world can found something useful in this course.

교육 기관: Harmin A V C

2019년 3월 19일

Es un curso inspirador, nos llena de esperanza e invita a que esta hermosa "disciplina" de la música lleve la batuta en el ámbito educativo del siglo 21.

교육 기관: Rafael L L

2019년 8월 8일

Just very well made, a lot of great reflections. You have to do some real work to finish the course...which is very good. I recommend

교육 기관: DaniBraX

2019년 11월 7일

Great course in all aspects. It's a bang for the buck being only 49$ and with so much information.

교육 기관: Shirley W

2019년 8월 11일

Excellent course bringing both theories and practices for innovative music education

교육 기관: Christopher D H

2018년 3월 24일

Excellent course, easy to follow and enjoyable content.

교육 기관: Mohammed E

2016년 8월 1일

I highly recommend it for all music teachers.

교육 기관: Cristiano R

2016년 5월 6일

A must for any educator

교육 기관: Belinda D

2017년 7월 6일

Awesome course.

교육 기관: Franber C

2017년 2월 16일

Very useful!

교육 기관: Diab Z

2021년 1월 4일

thank you

교육 기관: Jodie L P

2021년 5월 15일

i found the first part was not up to date. The information given for Worldpress did not align with what is currently available. It made for a lot of headaches. I found the research provided very thought provoking.

교육 기관: Michael N R

2016년 6월 13일

This course has little or no information, not at all what was advertized, too much peer stuff