Instrumentalist Teacher Training : Fostering the Change Towards Student-Centered Practices in the Twenty-First Century
Casas-Mas, Amalia; López-Íñiguez, Guadalupe (2022)
Sisältö avataan julkiseksi: 27.04.2024
Casas-Mas, A., López-Íñiguez, G. (2022). Instrumentalist Teacher Training: Fostering the Change Towards Student-Centered Practices in the Twenty-First Century. In: Pozo, J.I., Pérez Echeverría, M.P., López-Íñiguez, G., Torrado, J.A. (eds) Learning and Teaching in the Music Studio. Landscapes: the Arts, Aesthetics, and Education, vol 31. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0634-3_17
Landscapes: the arts, aesthetics, and education 31
Julkaisun pysyvä osoite on
This chapter focuses on relevant issues to instrumental music pre-service and in-service teachers, such as the need to strengthen their teaching strategies and skills; the importance of offering pedagogical certification in Higher Education; the importance of reflection on their teaching practices; the types of support available for their development as educators through mentoring opportunities; the contemporary necessities in terms of new awareness that are demanded by our society, such as the self-regulation, the gender gap or the working conditions; and the systems of access (or lack thereof) to the profession. This leads to a holistic understanding of the instrumental music teaching profession in current times, and also to acknowledge the pedagogies underpinning student-centeredness in instrumental music learning.