Design of Meyer’s Theory-based High Quality Piano Multi-media System

Pengfei Li

Abstract


Based on the current situation of the development of multi-media technology and its application in colleges and universities, this paper selected high-quality multi-media hardware devices suitable for the piano curriculum, followed Meyer’s principles for multi-media instruction design, and designed a multi-media through the visualization of multi-media information, promotion of necessary cognitive processing, reduction of external cognitive processing, stimulation of generative cognitive processing and other information processing methods, to improve the information presentation ways and delivery strategies for multi-media teaching software. To a certain extent, the system prevents teachers from neglecting learners’ cognitive mechanism when processing information for their multi-media teaching software, and also improves the multi-media teaching effect of music-oriented courses, thereby having important guiding significance for multi-media teaching as well as the design and production of teaching software. Meanwhile, it provides theoretical and statistical support for the application of high-quality multi-media teaching system in music-oriented courses and college education.

Keywords


Meyer’s theory, high-quality, teaching system, multi-media

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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