Musition 5 Cloud Edition
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Musition has 38 music theory topics, suitable for beginners and advanced students. Topics have graded levels, allowing students to learn at their own pace and giving them plenty of scope for extended learning. It’s easy to ensure that students are practicing appropriate content; in addition to the provided syllabuses, teachers can easily create their own syllabus and custom levels.
- Self paced learning
- High quality feedback
- Tapping, multiple choice and notation questions
- Automatic grading
- Comprehensive reporting
- Syllabus and topic customization
High quality feedback is provided in all drills,with careful consideration given to the response when a student answers incorrectly. Students can always review the question and answer, including playback as well as notation and text explanations. Students answer questions in many different ways. Some topics are very interactive, with one and two handed tapping exercises. Other topics are based on multiple choice answers, and many have notation input.
The content library contains hundreds of notation excerpts and questions for your students to practice. It’s very simple for teachers to import their own items, which can then be used in any topic, test or course, ensuring that curriculum requirements are being met. There are many possibilities when creating questions, with amazing control over the student experience.
- Notation entry – transposition, rewriting
- Notation highlighting – notes, bars and parts
- Chord symbol entry – figured or contemporary
- Multiple choice – text, image or notation answers
- Tapping – reading & tap along
Musition now features an integrated notation editor. Unlimited parts and bars, control over beaming and grouping, anacrusis support and ties allow you to create small examples very quickly. If you have created notation items in other software, you can easily import these using MusicXML!
Courses & Tests
Teachers often use courses and tests to gain further control over curriculum and content. They give teachers the power to specify the exact questions that students will attempt.
Tests are very flexible, questions can be chosen from any syllabus, topic or level. Importantly, library questions can also be selected, this allows creation of theory exams with absolute certainty over the content to be delivered.
Courses are sequenced pathways that include questions and lessons. When setting questions in courses, teachers can set thresholds that must be hit before a student can progress to the next stage.
Scores for tests and courses are stored separately and they can be taken multiple times if allowed by the teacher.
Teachers use tests and courses in many varying ways, generally dependent on curriculum and student requirements.
|Musition in the Classroom|
|Musition can revolutionize the way you teach music theory. Student have virtually unlimited theory drills to practice, with all their questions being automatically graded. Assessment is simple using the tests and courses, and curriculum customisation ensures that students stay on track. Most importantly, you will not be grading hundreds of theory worksheets!|