Analysis on the Interaction and Integration of Piano Education and Moral Education in Colleges and Universities

Lang LI

Abstract


With the reform of China’s educational system going deeper, quality-oriented education has been fully implemented and enforced. Simultaneously, education principles and personnel training objectives in colleges and universities have changed a lot. Under the background of current knowledge economy, the cultivation of colleges and universities for talents is not only focused on the improvement of knowledge and skills, but to begin to pay more attention to the deep development of students, and take the comprehensive development of students as the training targets. Piano education is an important part of the education system in colleges and universities. Under the new situation, ideological and moral education focuses on the improvement of the internal quality of students. It has inevitability with the development of the times as they fuse organically, and that can greatly improve the quality of teaching, makes the students’ physical and mental health development toward a more positive direction. Accordingly, the article started with the current situation of the cultivation of talents in colleges and universities, analyzes and discusses the interaction and fusion of piano education and moral education.


Keywords


College and university; Piano education; Moral education; Integration

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

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