The BRHYTHMIC podcast. This podcast is specifically designed for music students, their parents and music tutors. Produced by Bron Harrison and the team at BRHYTHMIC, each episode contains nuggets of gold for you to sink your musical teeth into.
At BRHYTHMIC, we have developed a state-of-the-art program to accommodate 21st Century learners.
After substantial research and over 20 years of teaching, Bron Harrison has developed a program that embraces:
- a ‘blending learning’ environment
- decentralized learning
- an active, rather than a passive mode of learning, encouraging students to explore online resources to support their practice in learning, practicing and playing an instrument
- a flipped classroom approach
- self-directed learning skills
The BRHYTHMIC program incorporates a tribrid of:
- 1:1 face-to-face lessons with your drum & percussion tutor
- a Group Lesson, and
- online resources in BRHYTHMIC’s Members Area for students to utilize resources between their face-to-face lessons.
Check out the video to learn more about our approach.
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Dale, Edgar. Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching, 3rd ed., Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York, 1969, p. 108
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Edgar Dale (1969), Cone of Learning
E-front Learning (2014). E-learning 101. Concepts, trends application. San Francisco, CA: Epignosis.
Sankey, M., & Hunt, L. (2014) Flipped university classrooms: Using technology to enable sound pedagogy. Journal of Cases on Information Technology, 16 (2). pp.26-38.
Thank you to:
Associate Lecturer, Department of Educational Studies
Dr. Jodie Taylor
Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies
SAE Creative Media Institute