Vocal Music Teaching Mode Based on Computer Platform

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Chang Cui, Cheng Ju


This study investigates the efficacy of integrating computer platform-based teaching modes into vocal music education. Through a mixed-methods approach encompassing quantitative analysis and qualitative exploration, the research examines the impact of technology-mediated instruction on vocal music learning outcomes, engagement, and accessibility. Participants include vocal music educators and students from educational institutions and private instruction settings. Quantitative analysis reveals significant improvements in vocal proficiency for both traditional and computer platform-based instruction groups, with the latter exhibiting greater enhancement. Qualitative insights highlight increased engagement, motivation, and accessibility among participants in the experimental group, attributed to the interactive and multimedia-rich nature of technology-mediated learning resources. These findings underscore the potential of computer platform-based teaching modes to augment traditional methods and foster innovation in music pedagogy.

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