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.

 

Sources:

Brame, C.J. (2013) Flipping the classroom. Vanderbilt University, Center for Teaching.

Brown, C (2015) What’s the best, most effective way to take notes? The Conversation.

Bruner, Jerome S. Toward a Theory of Instruction, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1966, p. 49.

Dale, Edgar. Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching, 3rd ed., Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York, 1969, p. 108

Diamond, Robert M. Designing and Improving Courses and Curricula in Higher Education. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 1989.

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.

The Flipped Class: Rethinking Space & Time

The Future of Education is Blended

 

Thank you to:

Amy Thunig
Associate Lecturer, Department of Educational Studies
Macquarie University

Dr. Jodie Taylor
Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies
SAE Creative Media Institute