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Sophisticated teaching arrangements in Moodle for music lessons in Sek.I
Online-Seminar in Kooperation mit dem BMU RLP
With the extension of distance learning, teachers are increasingly faced with the task of qualitatively reviewing their teaching arrangements. It can no longer be simply a matter of maintaining contact with the learning group or offering gap-fillers as occupation. How can the teaching be designed in such a way that it is motivating, promotes communication, and includes feedback? In the medium term, the aim must be to design Moodle modules in such a way that they can also be used in hybrid lessons and can continue to be used sensibly in regular lessons, e.g. in the context of homework and substitute lessons.
In this online course, tools, techniques and links will be presented, jointly replicated and discussed on the basis of concrete and tested teaching series. In doing so, the didactic and technical questions are equally taken into consideration. Concretely it is about:
- Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals (5/6)
- Note reading course with the music theory tool (5/6)
- Symphonies of the Viennese Classic (9/10)
The lesson series are designed to be used as exemplary models that are transferable to a wide variety of subjects and grade levels.
Participating teachers need an online workstation (preferably laptop/PC), Moodle access, and a Moodle course in which they have instructor privileges. Basic knowledge of the Moodle learning platform is a prerequisite.
This course is recognised by the Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz under Az. MA.2184 as serving official interests.