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The Agile Development Instructional Framework (ADIF) A New Strategy for Student-Centered Music Education The recent implementation of new state and national educational standards challenges music educators to evaluate, analyze, and modify traditional classroom rehearsal techniques. This article introduces the Agile Development Instructional Framew...

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... When the time limit has been reached, the sprint is concluded and assessment begins. -Table 5 Inherent in the ADIF-modifi ed Agile Development philosophy and Scrum methodology is the continuous assessment of skills and concepts, and the subsequent alterations needed to reach the desired outcome. This is actively done by the students during the Sectional Sprint Planning process, the Group Sprint Sectionals, and now for the formal Sprint Assessment of the specifi c SATB Sprint Sectional. ...

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... This unique pedagogical framework presents a rehearsal paradigm that prioritizes integrative teacher/student collaboration, student-directed small group sectionals, and choir members' connections and musical growth. The author in [10] used the agile software development process to aid in the development of a successful musical game design on an Android device with a multitouch screen. During testing, the data were collected based on empirical observations and gaming recordings on tablets to identify difficulties and possible solutions in the design of e-learning musical games. ...
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Music learning is changing as a result of high-quality instruction, progressing from shallow to deep learning over time. In-depth learning is a revolutionary teaching paradigm that focuses entirely on the perception and investigation of music by students, allowing them to completely experience the allure of music. It can assist students not only to learn more about music and improve their skills but also to grow their music literacy and improve their musical talent. In this study, a deep-learning-based agile teaching framework is proposed for music education software development courses. The framework is built on the Internet of Things (IoT), and each device is considered an IoT device. Data is recorded and transmitted via the IoT network using the wireless sensor network (WSN). With the use of a genetic algorithm, the WSN Randomized Search Method is employed to execute intelligent music data transfer. For online classes, various music datasets are used, and the performance is examined. The findings of this study demonstrate that the proposed method is effective in teaching music education to students.
... This is not to artificially "grow" this notion, but simply to make the difference between the movement linked to the Agile manifesto of 2001 and the simple adjective of common language. Agile origins 1 ...
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It is rare for a project to progress without surprises or changes. An Agile approach aims not only to accept these challenges, but also to respond to them and quickly make the required adaptations so that the project remains in line with the beneficiary’s needs. This approach is often associated with software development, but it can in fact be applied to any type of project: manufacturing bathtubs and cars, teaching music, sales team performance,... Various conditions create a favorable climate for the realization of an Agile project: tolerance for variable efficiency, context of permanent change, a relatively high level of complexity, willingness to collaborate, open-mindedness and managerial support. We experimented with the implementation of an Agile approach within a police zone in Belgium, and more specifically within the framework of the zonal security plan follow-up. This plan determines the priorities of the police zone in terms of security phenomena and internal operations management. We proposed and tested a model in which we adapted Scrum to the context of the organization in order to build teams in charge of putting into action the objectives determined in the plan. Rather than following the traditional waterfall approach via a series of analyses and plans that ultimately establish the actions that should be carried out by the field staff, our model places these field actors at the center. They are responsible not only for thinking about how best to achieve the desired outcome, but also for helping to implement them. Although this experiment was interrupted for reasons unrelated to the Agile approach, we can draw some observations to improve the replication of a similar approach, such as the attention to be paid to the environmental elements in order to maintain timeboxing.