Main Article Content

Usmanova Shohista Shavkat qizi


This article explores the transformative impact of technology-based music courses on the engagement, inclusivity, and creative development of non-traditional music students in primary school settings. By examining the intersection of technology and music education, the article sheds light on the pedagogical advancements, inclusivity, and future considerations associated with the integration of technology in music instruction. The analysis underscores the potential of technology-based music courses to empower non-traditional students to explore, create, and connect with music in meaningful ways, thus cultivating a dynamic and inclusive music education environment that celebrates the diverse musical identities and aspirations of all students.

Article Details

How to Cite
Usmanova Shohista Shavkat qizi. (2024). "HARMONIZING DIVERSITY: THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED MUSIC COURSES FOR NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL MUSIC EDUCATION". Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 12(1), 220–222. Retrieved from https://giirj.com/index.php/giirj/article/view/6341


Bartleet, B., & Ellis, C. (2009). Music autoethnographies: Making Autoethnography Sing/Making Music Personal. Brisbane, Australia: Australian Academic Press.

Dammers, R. (2012). The effect of a technology-enriched school environment on the creativity of music students. Journal of Music, Technology & Education, 5(1), 73-87.

Haddon, E. (2017). Inclusive music teaching and learning. London, UK: Routledge.

Odam, G., & Bannan, N. (2007). The reflective conservatoire: Studies in music education. Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Pitts, S. E. (2016). Valuing music in education. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Webster, P. R., & Weir, G. (2005). Creativity and Music Education. London, UK: Continuum.

Young, S. (2013). Music education for children with autism spectrum disorder: A resource for teachers. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Holmes, J. (2018). Technology in Music Education: Pedagogical and Organizational Challenges at the K-12 Level. Visions of Research in Music Education, 32.

Sogin, D. W. (2015). The Use of Technology in Music Education: Lessons from the Recent Past and Implications for the Future. Music Educators Journal, 101(2), 51-55.

Green, E. (2019). Digital Tools for the Modern Music Classroom. New York, NY: Scholastic.

Lehman, S. (2016). Integrating Technology in the Elementary Music Classroom. General Music Today, 29(1), 29-33.

Russ, J. (2014). Music Education and Technology: A Marriage of Convenience or a Match Made in Heaven? Music Supervisors' Journal, 24(4), 55-61.

G Ibrohimova, SH Usmanova, DEVELOPMENT AND TYPES OF UZBEK FOLK INSTRUMENTAL SONGS, Science and Innovation 1 (6), 119-122

Usmanova Sh Sh, THE PROBLEM OF FORMATION OF YOUNG POLYPHONIC MEANINGS IN MUSIC, Science and innovation 1 (C3), 164-166