TITLE

THE INFLUENCE OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MUSIC STUDENTS' COMPETENCES

AUTHOR(S)
Vidulin-Orbanić, Sabina; Duraković, Lada
PUB. DATE
June 2011
SOURCE
Croatian Journal Educational / Hrvatski Casopis za Odgoj I Obraz;2011, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p124
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The art of good lesson planning and carrying out lessons using appropriate procedures, methods, techniques, in a word - technology, denotes a modern school. The success of a teaching process greatly depends on the professional competence of teachers and their knowledge of modern educational technology. Therefore, the final outcome of teacher education should be to achieve a high level of psychological-pedagogical knowledge and didactic competencies required for work in school and outside school. The course curricula and teaching content described in this paper are defined according to this guideline. The goal is to prepare students for a competitive labor market in our country and in the world, to integrate all levels of music education - from kindergarten to university, and to popularize music art. In order to determine the relationship between traditional teaching methods and lectures with the use of multimedia, research was conducted that showed that music students positively evaluated the use of multimedia in lessons. They perceive such lessons as effective, useful, understandable, interesting, dynamic, instructive and of high-quality, because they help save time and they correspond to contemporary teacher discourse.
ACCESSION #
89867145

 

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