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|Title:||Application of smart-education technologies in the institutions of the Russian system of additional education of children|
|Authors:||Konovalova, S. A.|
Kashina, N. I.
Tagiltseva, N. G.
Ward, S. V.
Valeeva, E. M.
Mokrousov, S. I.
|Publisher:||Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH|
|Abstract:||The article deals with the possibility of introducing the new toolkit in the segment of technologies Smart-education (computer (multimedia)) in the curricula of institutions of Russian supplementary education (children’s music schools, children’s art schools), the introduction of the educational process of the disciplines “Listening to Music” and “Musical Literature” presentation, video-clavier, electronic textbooks with audio and video sections, materials of sites related to musical art, multimedia programs for developing new children musical material in various formats). The teachers used this tool will successfully implement the personally oriented and activity-based methodological approaches in teaching: effectively organize the control of students’ knowledge, build individual educational trajectories, successfully expand their musical experience, which determines the achievement of the goal of musical education - the formation of the musical culture of students as part of their common spiritual culture. The article also reveals the idea that the technologies of Smart-education are compatible with traditional methods of learning music. The effectiveness of the introduction of Smart-education technologies in the educational process of the disciplines “Listening to Music” and “Musical Literature” is confirmed by the qualitative and quantitative analysis of the experimental data using the capabilities of the statistical analysis apparatus (Pearson’s criterion). © 2019, Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature.|
|Keywords:||ADDITIONAL EDUCATION OF CHILDREN SYSTEM|
CHILDREN’S ART SCHOOL
CHILDREN’S MUSIC SCHOOL
LISTENING TO MUSIC
ADDITIONAL EDUCATION OF CHILDREN SYSTEM
LISTENING TO MUSIC
QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
|Appears in Collections:||Научные публикации, проиндексированные в Scopus и Web of Science|
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