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Supplemental videos for The Intergenerational Group Piano Classroom: An analysis of social and learning interactions between adult learners
 (Doctoral dissertation)

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Watch intergenerational learning partners (college-aged young adults and older adults 50+) engage in unprompted interactions to develop their musical skill and understanding of theory. Interaction types include: college student led learning interactions, older adult led learning interactions, learning together, social interactions—music and non-music related, and a blending of interaction types.

Excerpt from Practice Session #3: The college student leads the older adult through a transposition exercise.

Excerpt from Practice Session #1: The college student and older adult converse about music theory.

Excerpt from Practice Session #1: The college student and older adult engage in learning and social interactions.

Excerpt from Practice Session #1: The college student leads the older adult through a repertoire piece.

Excerpt from Practice Session #3: The older adult shares life advice with college student.

Excerpt from first practice session together: The older adult leads the college student through a sight-reading exercise. 

Excerpt from Practice Session #1: College student and older adult work on a repertoire piece together.