Learning from Others in Groups: Experiential Learning Approaches
Mastering Music includes over 400 guided lessons for ages 10 and up in: *Music Performance *Composition *Notation *Digital Audio *Aural Training *Music Theory *Film Scoring *?and more! Mastering Music allows teachers with limited time, dwindling budgets and little or no technology expertise to implement music technology in their program. It's simple, self-paced and incredibly economical. It includes tutorial features for students, assessment tools for instructors and offers a flexible curriculum that can be tailored to the educator's specific objectives. Features include: *Content is correlated MENC National Standards for Music Education as well as selected states (CA, TX, MD) *Lessons are self-paced with increasing levels of difficulty *Each lesson includes help pages and a video tutorial *Records student performances and tracks progress at school or at home *Includes educator features such as student portfolios and class reports *Includes comprehensive IT Manager and Teacher Guides To download the demo or view detailed pricing information, visit www.datasonics.com.au. Site licenses start at $99 (base) plus $5 per user. Licenses can be obtained for networks, laptops and use via the web. Additional licenses can be purchased through your preferred retailer.
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