Music appreciation is the essential course of the general education for undergraduates. However, some traditional instructional design may hamper the interest for music so that students can’t get an overview about the elements of music. Furthermore, the general education was viewed as cultivating the basic ability for collaboration through practice. Last, when confronting information technology, teaching methods and presentation need to change. Thus, this study adopts web-based instruction integrated with the learning theory. To examine the learning effectiveness of this instruction, an eight-week blended learning course was designed. The music appreciation test, learning attitude and learning performance was analyzed using analysis of multivariance procedures. The results indicated a significant difference between two groups. Some possible reasons were discussed and provided recommendations for future studies.
|Keywords:||Music Appreciation, Learning Theory, Web-based Learning|
Dean, College of Technology, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Industrial Education and Technology, National Changhua University of Education, Taichung, Taiwan
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