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Title

Use of Innovation and Information Technologies In Music Lessons

Author

Tetiana Potapchuk, Olga Fabryka-Protska, Liubov Gunder, Violetta Dutchak, Yaroslav Osypenko, Kateryna Fomin, Nataliia Shvets,

Citation

Vol. 21  No. 12  pp. 300-308

Abstract

The processes of informatization of the modern educational space are inextricably linked with the active introduction of innovative information technologies, which diversify the forms of education and upbringing. The use of these technologies in education due to their specific properties significantly enhances the clarity of learning, emotional impact on students, helps to deepen interdisciplinary links, intensifies students’ work, and improves the organization of educational activities. Innovative information technologies offer new opportunities for the use of text, audio, graphic, and video information in lessons, enriching the methodological possibilities of the lesson. Today, the use of these technologies is becoming an integral part of the study of any subject. Using multimedia presentations, publications, and websites created by students in the learning process, they can develop learning skills. According to researchers, there are many multimedia programs for working with a computer in a music lesson, namely: a music player, a program for singing karaoke, a music constructor, music encyclopedias, and training programs. The introduction of innovative information technologies in the system of music education allows expanding learning opportunities.

Keywords

nnovative information technologies, music art lessons, multimedia means, musical culture, abilities.

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202112/20211242.pdf