Pedagogical conditions for the development of performing skills by clarnetists in distance learning conditions

  • Zhang Hao The Gnesins Russian Academy of Music musical and instrumental art, clarinet magistracy 2 course, Moscou, Russian Federation

Resumo

The article is devoted to the pedagogical problem of creating conditions for the performing skills development among clarinet students in the context of distance learning. The relevance of the research topic lies in the fact that in the format of distance learning to play the clarinet, pedagogical conditions are needed that differ from traditional methods. The clarification of these issues with the help of empirical research will bring research in this area to a new methodological level. The research materials are evaluation sheets of pedagogical observation in two groups of 1st year students of the music university in distance learning. The general sample of students was 750 people. The representative sample was 75 people selected by mechanical sampling. The research methodology is based on a systematic approach and includes the methods of the general scientific group (analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction); as well as special methods: content analysis of scientific literature, the method of included pedagogical observation, the method of statistical analysis. All obtained qualitative results were converted into a quantitative format and processed using the special program. As a result, the author came to the following conclusions: for the successful formation of performing skills in playing the clarinet, it is necessary to create an interactive environment, use digital technologies and clearly set educational tasks, the solution of which contributes the development of performing skills by students.

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Publicado
2022-04-25
Como Citar
Hao, Z. (2022). Pedagogical conditions for the development of performing skills by clarnetists in distance learning conditions. Revista Tempos E Espaços Em Educação, 15(34), e17557. https://doi.org/10.20952/revtee.v15i34.17557