Būsimųjų pradinių klasių mokytojų muzikinis ugdymas - jų profesinio rengimo komponentas : disertacija

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Būsimųjų pradinių klasių mokytojų muzikinis ugdymas - jų profesinio rengimo komponentas
Alternative Title:
Musical Education of Future Primary School Teachers as a Component of their Professional Training
Publication Data:
Vilnius, 2002
Pages:
154 lap.
Notes:
Dr. disert. (socialiniai m.) - Vilniaus pedagoginis universitetas, 2002. Bibliografija.
Summary / Abstract:

LTMuzikinis ugdymas yra viena iš svarbesnių žmogaus ugdymo ir jo raiškos sričių. Žmogaus muzikinei kultūrai ugdyti labai svarbūs pirmieji ketveri mokymo mokykloje metai. Disertacijos tikslas – parengti ir ištirti studentų būsimųjų pradinių klasių mokytojų, efektyvesnį muzikinio ugdymo medelį, rengiant juos profesinei veiklai. Disertacijos tyrimo duomenys svarbūs pradinių klasių mokytojų muzikinio rengimo procesui plėtoti bei tobulinti, kadangi kompleksinio muzikinio ugdymo modelio sandara atveria galimybes studentų muzikinei veiklai organizuoti, atsižvelgiant į ugdytinių žinias bei poreikius.

ENMusical education belongs to significant spheres of personality development and human expression. Music develops human imagination, enhances emotional experience, evokes the human ability to perceive the organised world of sounds and stimulates esthetical experiencing of this world. Due to the above facts, the following objective arises for teachers: to evolve their learners’ love for music, to prepare them for understanding and evaluation of different musical works, to develop their culture of musical thinking and musical creative capabilities by appealing to the learners’ feelings and minds. The first four years spent at school are of utmost importance for children’s further lives. According to theoreticians (E. Gordon, 1979; A. Katinienė, 1998, etc.) human musical ability develop by the age of 9 most quickly. If children do not receive attention adequate either in the family or at school, they will be destined to develop less musical ability and specific visual thinking. Therefore, much significance must be devoted to musical education of future primary school teachers. One must admit that the situation of teaching music at primary schools needs improvement despite the fact that much has been done in this sphere: children have two classes of music every week, the curriculum of music has been prepared and new schoolbooks published. Nevertheless, there is still a lack of high-standard teaching of music at primary forms due to the little number of intelligent and talented teachers having appropriate education.

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