Five dimensions to study teacher education change for improving musical creative learning
AbstractToday, creative pedagogical practices in Music Teacher Education need an intense dialogue between the worlds of practice and practice research in order to respond to constantly evolving educational, artistic and cultural needs. How can we develop favourable conditions to improve the creative learning of music? What are the dimensions that should be considered to improve creative and innovative teaching practices within the context of Teacher Education? In this reflection, I explore five dimensions of changing practices in teaching aimed at improving and developing creative music education. First, I will discuss creativity as the purpose of the change as educational reform (curriculum) or as pedagogical innovation. I will consider teachersʼ reactions to change as a prediction of acts or representations of actors and their action in the process of change (acts, roles and skills). I will examine the interaction or relationship between individuals and partnerships for training and developing professionals. And finally, I will discuss the forms of contribution to change (teacher adaptation or adjustment activities or practices for educational purposes.
(Revista) ISSN 1989-9572