A study of student preference between two approaches of classroom instruction of undergraduate music appreciation at the university level
Robert Lee Elliott, The University of Memphis, United States
The University of Memphis . Awarded
The purpose of this study was to determine student preference between two types of classroom instruction in a music appreciation course. Students in four intact class sections experienced both traditional lecture-demonstration instruction and computer-based presentation instruction and then completed a survey that included questions about instructional model preference. There is evidence that a large majority of students in this study's population preferred instruction delivered via computer-based presentations.
Elliott, R.L. A study of student preference between two approaches of classroom instruction of undergraduate music appreciation at the university level. Ph.D. thesis, The University of Memphis.
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