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    Title: 結合平板電腦與鐵琴之互動式音樂學習輔具
    Other Titles: Interactive music learning aids by combination tablet computer and glockenspiel
    Authors: 游家昇;You, Jia-Sheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學電機工程學系碩士班
    周建興;Chou, Chien-Hsing
    Keywords: 鐵琴;音樂;音樂教學;輔具;學習輔具;互動;glockenspiel;Interactive Learning;learning aid;music teaching
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 15:06:50 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 台灣自九年一貫國民教育課綱實施後,音樂成為了國民基礎教育中不可或缺的一環。
    This study proposed a design for a music learning device that combines tablet computers and glockenspiel. The proposed learning device comprised two systems: one is a music teaching system, where users edit melody and scale exercises on the tablet computer, and another is a glockenspiel performance system. First, teachers compose training contents of melody and scale on the tablet computer, and the glockenspiel performance system generates the corresponding knocking hints with LED light. The learners then follow the knocking hints (LED light) practice the melody and scale exercises. This type of interaction enhances children’s interest and motivation to learn and practice melody and scale exercises. Results of field trials and a questionnaire survey reveal that the proposed system increases students’ interest and efficiency in learning.
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