Learning together. Trialling group tuition as a supplement to one-to-one principal instrument tuition
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Principal instrument tuition in higher music education usually takes place in a one-to-one setting. This report presents the outcomes of trials conducted by six teachers at the Norwegian Academy of Music involving principal instrument tuition in groups. The aim was to establish whether allowing the students to learn together and from each other can aid their musical development. The project is one of seven schemes run by the Centre of Excellence in Music Performance Education (CEMPE).
Contents. - Learning in a team / Julius Pranevicius. - Group tuition in improvisation for classical singers / Mona Julsrud. - Playing each other better / Jens Harald Bratlie. - Teaching singing technique in groups / Svein Bjørkøy og Bjørg Julsrud Bjøntegaard. - In the same boat / Morten Carlsen. - Peer learning in a group of voice students / Kristin Kjølberg. - Summary: What have we learnt? / Ingrid Maria Hanken
Has partsEngelsk oversettelse av "Å lære sammen. Forsøk med gruppeundervisning som supplement til individuell hovedinstrumentundervisning"
PublisherNorwegian Academy of Music
Publications from Centre of Excellence in Music Performance Education (CEMPE);vol. 3