Flexible Learning

Our faculty and instructional designers have come up with 3 distinct learning models to suit different learning styles, giving you the option to choose courses that suit your personal learning preference. 



Teacher-Led Courses 

 

Teacher-led online music courses use pre-scheduled, live lessons conducted by the course teacher, in addition to the other learning methods available on our e-learning portal such as video tutorials, discussion forums, peer assessments, etc. In these online music courses, you have the opportunity to interact with the teacher regularly via a video application, learn in person from from the teacher, ask questions, and interact with your peers in the course during the video lessons, in addition to online discussions and gallery participation. In teacher-led online courses, you will need to keep up to the class pace, and remember to attend weekly live lessons.



Teacher Supported Self-Paced Courses

 

Teacher Supported online music courses use pre-recorded instructional videos by the teacher, allowing you to learn at your own pace, without having to stick to a rigid, weekly schedule. While all the instructional content is pre-recorded, the teacher will grade your assignments, give you personalised feedback, monitor your progress, and answer your questions on discussion forums, or via the messenger app built into our e-learning platform. You will also be able to connect and interact with fellow learners via the discussion boards and live online interactions scheduled by the teacher at regular intervals.



Self-Paced Courses

 

Self-Paced online music courses also use pre-recorded instructional videos by the teacher, allowing you to learn at your own pace, without having to stick to a rigid, weekly schedule. These music courses use intelligent assessments such as automated quizzes and peer assessments, and you will be able to connect and interact with fellow learners via the discussion boards and gallery participation. Self-paced online music courses do not offer any teacher interaction.