A Study of Mobile Applications and Their Impact on the Reinforcement of Note and Rhythm Identification in the Private Piano Teaching Studio
Huizinga Sochor, Aileen
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, College of Fine Arts and Communication
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This study surveyed 33 piano teachers and gained information regarding their use of mobile applications to reinforce note and rhythm concepts in their private teaching studios. The Validating Quantitative Model was used to collect and analyze data for this project. The main data findings found that 1) A large percentage of piano teachers use mobile applications to teach note and rhythm concepts to students; 2) Not all teachers who use mobile applications in their teaching feel the need to keep current with the latest application technologies; 3) There are piano teachers who choose not to use mobile applications in their teaching studios for several reasons; and 4) Piano teachers have differing opinions regarding the usefulness of mobile applications when reinforcing note and rhythm concepts in their teaching studios.
Note and Rhythm Reinforcement
Validating Quantitative Data Model
Note and Rhythm Identification,