Technology Enhanced Listening, Technology Enhanced Learning

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This paper presents findings from a longitudinal research project in the South West of England. Each year, trainee teachers from one higher education teacher education institution are asked to reflect upon the use of technology to support musical learning. This includes questionnaires and focus group discussions.

This paper presents findings related to listening and musical learning from data collected in the academic years 2011-2014. It will include discussion about:

1) Affordances of the internet including:
a. offering access to a wider range of music;
b. enabling student autonomy;
c. the ease with which one can place music in context;
d. problems of quality of sound.

2) The use of sequencing software for musical listening and analysis, especially in relation to score reading, and the consideration of structure and texture.

As part of this discussion I will present useful approaches/materials and ‘good practice’ suggested by the trainee teachers who took part in this study.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2015
Event23rd EAS/International Society of Music Education (ISME) / European Regional Conference: Open Ears, Open Minds - Rostock University of Music and Drama, Rostock, Germany
Duration: 25 Mar 201528 Mar 2015


Conference23rd EAS/International Society of Music Education (ISME) / European Regional Conference
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  • Music Technology/ICT
  • Good Practice
  • Music Sequencing
  • Internet


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