Creating a Model of Music Teacher Training by Integrating Distance and Full-Time Modes of Learning: Current Approaches in Education

Ihor Shcherbak, Viktoriya Gigolayeva-Yurchenko, Oksana Krus, Tetiana Kryzhanovska, Aryna Frumkina, Oksana Komarovska


The study is devoted to the problem of the formation of mastery of music teachers based on the integration of distance and face-to-face learning as an aspect of neuropedagogy. This problem has not been studied in the scientific and methodological literature, although digital means of communication have long penetrated the sphere of musical and pedagogical education. The task of designing a model of professional music teacher training, which has changed due to the introduction of distance learning for future music teachers, remains relevant. In the course of the research, theoretical system-analytical methods were used, methodical materials and experience of university teachers were studied in the field of developing a model of teaching music students in conditions of integration of remote and full-time forms of work. In the context of the research, scientific research on neuropedagogy was analyzed, conceptual and categorical components of the research work were determined. The main focus of the study is related to the principles of building a model of professional training of a music teacher based on the integration of distance and full-time forms of education. In order to realize the research goal, the method of synthesis and analysis, integration, research, descriptive and scientific methods were applied. The method of generalization was used to determine the results of the research work, which formed an idea about the neuropedagogical essence of the formation of professional competence of a musician.



professional training, music teacher, teacher-musician, distance learning, neuropedagogical approaches

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