Inverted classroom with learning landscapes in the teaching of music


  • Valia Del Carmen Fajardo Hernández Unidad Educativa Cristo Rey, Portoviejo, Manabí, Ecuador
  • Marcos Alejandro Yánez Rodríguez Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Portoviejo, Manabí, Ecuador
  • Yeneri Carolina Rivas Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Portoviejo, Manabí, Ecuador


ICT, inverted classroom, learning landscapes, music, teaching


The new methodological paradigm of recent decades in the area of Education, promoted by the impact of ICT, has imposed a cognitive change that involves considering innovative teaching methods in classrooms, promoting student motivation and curiosity in their learning. This scientific article proposes to demonstrate that the Inverted Classroom Model with Learning Landscapes is a methodological strategy that significantly contributes to the teaching-learning process of students and to deal with the demotivation of students, as well as optimizing the time of the subject of Music due to the few weekly frequencies of the same. It seeks to achieve digital skills, learn to learn, and values; through a proposal that focuses on the protagonist of the student and the construction of knowledge.


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How to Cite

Hernández, V. D. C. F. ., Rodríguez, M. A. Y. ., & Rivas, Y. C. . (2021). Inverted classroom with learning landscapes in the teaching of music. International Journal of Physics & Mathematics, 4(1), 8-16.