Feb 2, 2019
According to the National Association for Music Education, over 50% of students quit their school’s music program after 1-2 years of starting. Among the key reasons given is the fact that teachers do not provide enough opportunities for engagement and fun with the content.
A public school teacher was looking for a way to drive down these dropout rates, while breathing new life into abstract musical concepts.
The result was a bite-sized lesson on musical rhythm, paired with a quirky, choose-your-own-adventure narrative.
While built for a grade-school audience, this gamified microlearning has potential for adult audiences as well.