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International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science, 2020, 1(2); doi: 10.38007/IJEIS.2020.010204.

Cloud Platform Assists Construction of Ecological Environment for Vocal Music Teaching in Colleges and Universities from Sustainable Perspective


Xinlei Liu

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Xinlei Liu

College of Physical Education & Sports Science, Hengyang Normal University, Hengyang, Hunan 421000, China


The environment of vocal music education has long been a dissonant factor. Some vocal music education institutions are outdated and backward, vocal music education is relatively isolated, the extracurricular artistic practice activities of teachers and students are insufficient, the improvement of the overall quality of teachers is not effective, and the lack of communication between schools has affected the quality of vocal music education. It is significant to analyze and solve the above questions as soon as possible to establish a harmonious ecological environment for vocal music classes. This paper used the cloud platform to assist the vocal music teaching in schools, and conducted study on the ecological environment construction of vocal music teaching. This paper first discussed the means and purpose of the music teaching ecological environment construction, then introduced the cloud education platform, and described the application of the cloud education platform in vocal music teaching in detail. The experimental part compared cloud platform education with traditional education, and studied the feasibility of the method. The experimental results manifested that, compared with the traditional vocal music teaching method, the teaching quality evaluation satisfaction of the cloud platform vocal music teaching method was increased by 23.9%. The students' singing ability, practical competence and scientific study competence have all improved, indicating that the cloud platform teaching can facilitate the construction of the ecological environment of vocal music teaching in schools, and can better promote the sustainable development of vocal music teaching in schools.


Teaching Ecology, College Vocal Music Teaching, Cloud Platform, Sustainable Perspective

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Xinlei Liu. Cloud Platform Assists Construction of Ecological Environment for Vocal Music Teaching in Colleges and Universities from Sustainable Perspective. International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 2: 40-53. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJEIS.2020.010204.


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