Online Training in Music Education Based on a Signature Pedagogy
Keywords:Music, Education, Teacher, Online training, Signature pedagogy, University, Learning strategy
The paper presents the investigation of the effectiveness of the online training for future music teachers based on the signature pedagogy at the university. The literature review let us stated the gap in researches which cover online learning strategies for training music teachers in the professional preparation process. Due to the shifting of the educational process to the online way in the emergency situation COVID19 pandemic, the relevance of pedagogical tools for pre-paring of future specialists online extremely increased. The comparative analysis of music education standards in different countries let us determine the set of teachers` professional activities in general school music class. The main contribution is the design of a small private online course based on the signature pedagogy which delivered the set of specific pedagogical tools for training music teacher professional skills online. This course was implemented at [removed for blinded review]. The experimental work was based on the teacher` assessment of online tasks, in which students demonstrated the music teacher` professional skills. The results were proved by the statistical methods of median, standard deviation and Pearson's correlation. The obtained results proved the effectiveness of the online training based on the signature pedagogy which provided learning activities according to the specific features of music teacher professional practice.
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