Teaching information technology to primary music teachers in Hong Kong

Lai Chi Rita YIP

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Abstract

This paper will explore issues concerning the inclusion of information technology curriculum in the training program of music teachers since it has not yet been fully addressed in the current teacher education program. The paper will draw on the writer’s experience of conducting a series of workshops for in-service music teachers to inform peer colleagues of possible arrangements for further implementation. The experience has been an essential reference for future IT curriculum in music teacher training programs. Copyright © 1999 Australian Society for Music Education NSW Chapter Inc.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAustralian Society for Music Education (ASME) XII National Conference Proceedings: Opening the Umbrella: An encompassing view of music education
EditorsNeryl JEANNERET, Kathryn MARSH
Place of PublicationBaulkham Hills, New South Wales
PublisherAustralian Society for Music Education
Pages237-241
ISBN (Print)095963049X
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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Citation

Yip, L. C. R. (1999). Teaching information technology to primary music teachers in Hong Kong. In N. Jeanneret & K. Marsh (Eds.), Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) XII National Conference Proceedings: Opening the Umbrella: An encompassing view of music education (pp. 237-241). Baulkham Hills, New South Wales: Australian Society for Music Education.