Integration and Utilization of Digital Technology in Music Education: Conceptual Case Studies Analysis


As student-centered methods, techniques, and applications have taken the place of traditional educational methods, techniques, and applications in the 21st century, the role of the teacher has altered. Teachers now "manage the process" and "guide" pupils in accessing information rather than "source and share the information." A teacher today who wants to effectively guide his students must keep up with technological advancements in his profession, learn its application in the classroom, and incorporate it into his lessons. A large portion of this digital technology is freely accessible through internet downloads, the software bundled with the purchase of PCs, and applications for some mobile phones. A conceptual framework is developed in this research article. Case 1 studied software used and deemed to be beneficial in music education and the usage of the software in music education. Case 2 investigated the perceptions and practices of music teachers in secondary schools concerning digital technology and how they are changing their work in their classrooms. This study demonstrates the use of five themes that have been found in the literature on pedagogic change brought on by teachers' adoption of digital technologies and software's applicability in music education. These themes offer an effective and efficient educational process for both teachers and students.

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Manish Sharma, Lovely Professional University, India

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Conference: IICE2024
Stream: Educational Research

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Sharma M. (2024) Integration and Utilization of Digital Technology in Music Education: Conceptual Case Studies Analysis ISSN: 2189-1036 – The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii 2024 Official Conference Proceedings
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