1. How will your interactive learning resource specifically ensure that the needs of all learners can be met? we are using open and direct approach, trying to keep it simple for all the learners out there with the most simple understandable approaches. In this resource we are focusing on orchestra music which everyone has a place to play together in groups. People would need to participate together to achieve a goal with uncomplicated direct instructions given to one group. despite of the individual learning progress, people have to work as a group in order to satisfy the learning goals and advance, this way people don’t feel left out despite of the speed of their process. Instructions are given simple and direct with everyone doing the same thing in order to ensure a easy and cooperative platform are given to the learners so no one feels left out.
  2. How can you adjust your planned learning activities to meet the needs of your learners if an unexpected event occurs? (for example, a pandemic arises and many of your employees must now work from home – how will you ensure that they can still do their jobs? What training will they need, and how will you deliver it, knowing they must remain at home?) This is a common discussion thread right now as many schools and universities have made the switch to teaching online. all interactive activities are able to be switched online for learning purposes, these include the questions asked that are to be answered, all types of performances can be done on live zoom, watching sources can be found on various website, there isn’t really any barriers posed for online learning as instructions can be also demonstrated via zoom, student are able to receive the signals and the feedbacks successfully via zoom. However, group playing in music requires a great amount of synchronization with each other, this sort of synchronization in musical playing will not be as active when they are online.
  3. Consider the learning environment for your current design. What potential barriers can be reduced or eliminated to provide more pathways for learner success? synchronization in playing group instrument is an important step to success, teaching so many people at once will be sort of hard to ensure everyone can be on the same level, therefore, in order to make sure the class is able to perform well as whole over all, instructions need to shift its focus from individual skills development of an instrument to how to play instrument as a team, learn how to cooperate and to be synchronized with other people as a whole even though everyone might potentially have gap in their level can make the team much better and the process of playing much enjoyable for these people who might be lacking individual skills.