Discussion on Reform of Music Education in Normal Colleges Based on Primary and Secondary School Music Teachers’ Quality

Wei LI

Abstract


The primary and secondary school music teachers are an important part of China’s basic music education, and their professional quality directly influences the quality of basic music education. Therefore, it is especially important to improve the quality of primary and secondary school music teachers, and this task shall be completed in the music education in normal colleges. The effect of reform of music education in normal colleges can be well reflected in the quality of primary and secondary school music teachers. As for this problem, this paper firstly explains the requirements for quality of primary and secondary school music teachers, and then seeks for the direction for reform of music education in normal colleges from perspective of quality of primary and secondary school music teachers for the purpose of providing certain theoretical basis for the reform of music education in normal colleges.


Keywords


Primary and secondary school; Music teacher; Quality; Reform of music education; Good professional ethics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6972

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