Virtual Music Learning in Digital Teaching During the Covid-19 Pandemic Era

Jeannette Regina Tani, Teodore Ignatius Minaroy, Lita Sari Barus

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Abstract

Digital teaching transformation is inevitable. The Covid-19 pandemic that hit the world in early 2020 accelerated the digitization process. Since face-to-face activities are a high-risk activity for transmitting the Covid-19 virus, almost all sectors switch to the digital world simultaneously. Education is one of the priority activities that has been affected by the Covid-19 in Indonesia since the government decided to limit community mobilization by closing public facilities, including schools. Both formal and informal schools apply distance learning, named Pembelajaran Jarak Jauh, including music schools. Almost all music schools had never use digital teaching method. Both teachers and students need to make adaptations, which relies heavily on understanding to use technology. Teachers also need to adapt to new pedagogical concepts and ways of delivering digital teaching so that teaching goals can still be achieved. Fortunately after more than a year of doing it, it turns out that it can be done well. The authors use the observation method in the two music schools in Jakarta, Andante Music School and YPM Music School. In addition, the authors also use literature studies and in-depth interview.

Original languageEnglish
Article number090016
JournalAIP Conference Proceedings
Volume2805
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Aug 2023
Event3rd International Conference on Innovation in Education: Digital Transformation in Education, ICoIE 2021 - Virtual, Online, Indonesia
Duration: 20 Nov 202121 Nov 2021

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