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PRACTICE TEACHING AND LEARNING USING INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA INNOVATION FOR NON-OPTIONAL TEACHERS TEACHING IN MUSIC EDUCATIONS

Keywords: audio visual , interactive multimedia software , medium , accessible , professional training practices , teachers' training.

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According to Jesenius (2007), teaching and learning music education will be more attractive through various medium of instruction, either through audio-visual or multimedia interactive software. Schutz (2008), stated that the uses of these various sources will help the lesson to be more interesting. Brown (2009), also described theuse of a medium that involves a screen as students are able to sense, detect tunes and carry out activities to further enhance students' understanding in music education. This research is carry out to identify whether the use of interactive multimedia through the internet, which can be accessed by non-optional student of musicalelectives and can be run at the school. Quantitative methods have been used by a number of items in the questionnaire based on numerous dimensions such as the educational content, features, learning activities, support materials, training of student assessments and interactive test package. A sample of nineteen students of 7thsemester Bachelor in Education taking music education as an elective and is undergoing professional training practices in schools were selected. Through this study, some innovations are conducted via interactive multimedia package, and it shows that highly percentage able to assist students in music education system in an effective and interesting method. This is consistent with the statement by Van deZande (2006), an interactive package linkages provide good teaching and learning in music education, particularly for teachers trained in teaching.

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