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The Flipped Orchestra: e-Learning to extend Musical Motivation & Understanding

Captivate Your Music Students 🙂

Blacktown Effects 3The title to this blog post might sound a bit unusual to you. You may have expected to click on this link, especially if you have searched through Google, to find upside music students or inverted violinists!! In fact the ‘Flipped Orchestra’ is a term that I coined last year after attending a forum on PBL (Project Based Learning) with very inspirational presenters from the Buck Institute of Education in the United States.

Project Based Learning or PBL originated from a concept expounded by author John Dewey in his book My Pedagogical Creed, (1897). Dewey outlined the idea of learning by doing“The teacher is not in the school to impose certain ideas or to form certain habits in the child, but is there as a member of the community to select the influences which shall affect the child and to assist him in properly responding to…

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One comment on “The Flipped Orchestra: e-Learning to extend Musical Motivation & Understanding

  1. Pingback: Music in the Curriculum | The Learning Renaissance

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