The Reasons and premises of changes of non-formal music training system in Lithuania. Evaluation of piano teaching programmes

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Language:
Anglų kalba / English
Title:
The Reasons and premises of changes of non-formal music training system in Lithuania. Evaluation of piano teaching programmes
In the Book:
Izaicinājumu un iespēju laiks: problēmas, risinājumi, perspektīvas. Rēzekne: Rēzeknes Augstskola, 2011. P. 219-224
Keywords:
LT
Ugdymas / Education.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Diferencijuotas mokymas; Diferencijuotas ugdymas; Grojimas pianinu; Mėgėjas; Profesionalas; Profesionalumas; Programos vertinimas; Programų vertinimas; Skambinimas fortepijonu; Amateur; Amateur, differentiated teaching; Differentiated teaching; Piano playing; Professional; Program evaluation.

ENThe conducted research has shown that only 3 % of all contemporary music school graduates choose to be professional musicians by studying at schools of formal music education (conservatoires, art schools, LA MT) in Lithuania. Therefore, teaching methods (high teaching standards necessary for professional education) corresponding to the needs of a small number of students are applied to 97 % of students who do not intend to continue their studies as professionals. A big contrast in percentage points to an evident lack of attitude differentiation in contemporary music teaching issues. 97% of music schools students music amateur program in need, because there is no system in Lithuania, which permits to differentiate the form of training according to different needs and possibilities of students. Up to now the programmes requirements and tasks of training process in modern - day children music school are formulated orientating towards the training of a professional musician, say scientists J. Antanavičius and A. Piličiauskas who are researching the training at children's music schools. The evaluation of various Lithuanian piano speciality programmes of music schools in 2011 made by G. Gabnytė have also proved it. Meaningful changes in modern-day music school might be: implementation of new training programmes which reflect various teaching and learning alternatives, refreshing of the training curriculum, introduction of individualised teaching methods adapted for students of all levels. [From the publication]

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9789984470481
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2019-03-25 22:33:15
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