Computer-based music technology for music teacher education: A composite curriculum and pedagogy model

Lai Chi Rita YIP

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Abstract

This paper covers a study undertaken in respond to the issue of incorporating computer-based music technology appropriately in music teacher education programs. The fast developing computer technology has brought with it a new literacy for music and new pedagogic approaches which need to be addressed in music teacher education for the further advancement of music and music education. The aim of the study is to investigate an appropriate computer-based music technology curriculum for music teacher education programs in Hong Kong context. As a result of this study, a composite model of computer-based music technology curriculum for music teacher education is recommended. Copyright © 2005 Australian Society for Music Education.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAustralian Society for Music Education (ASME) XV National Conference Proceedings: A Celebration of Voices
EditorsDavid FORREST
Place of PublicationParkville, Vic
PublisherAustralian Society for Music Education
Pages277-285
ISBN (Print)0957741359
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Citation

Yip, L. C. R. (2005). Computer-based music technology for music teacher education: A composite curriculum and pedagogy model. In D. Forrest (Ed.), Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) XV National Conference Proceedings: A Celebration of Voices (pp. 277-285). Parkville, Vic.: Australian Society for Music Education.

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