Optimization of Online Music Teaching Mode Based on Virtual Reality Technology

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Xia Pan


The integration of virtual reality (VR) technology into online music teaching modes has emerged as a transformative approach to enhancing student learning experiences and engagement. This paper explores the optimization of online music teaching modes based on VR technology, aiming to revolutionize the way music is taught and learned in digital environments. Drawing upon a comprehensive review of existing literature and empirical research, this study investigates the effectiveness of VR-enhanced teaching methodologies in improving student performance and engagement in online music courses. Key findings from the literature review highlight the diverse applications of VR technology in music education, including simulated instrument performance training, interactive music theory instruction, and collaborative ensemble rehearsals. Moreover, empirical studies demonstrate the positive impact of VR integration on student learning outcomes, with significant improvements observed in performance proficiency, theoretical understanding, and student engagement levels. By creating immersive and interactive learning experiences, VR technology enables students to develop practical skills, theoretical knowledge, and a deeper appreciation for music, transcending the limitations of traditional online instruction. The implications of these findings extend to music educators, institutions, and technology developers, offering insights into innovative approaches to online music teaching and learning. By harnessing the power of VR technology, educators can create dynamic and experiential learning environments that inspire creativity, foster collaboration, and promote musical excellence in the digital age. As technology continues to evolve and become more accessible, the integration of VR into online music education holds promise for revolutionizing the field and democratizing access to high-quality music instruction worldwide.

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