The impact of pandemic on the development of distance learning technologies in the training of music teachers
During the Covid-19 pandemic, each of us should be able to continue working, studying, and living, although the disease imposes certain restrictions because people have to maintain a social distance and have many other limitations. The main thing for the educational space is that you have to minimize contact in all areas.
This article aims to substantiate the feasibility of distance education and its technologies scientifically. Furthermore, the relationship between distance music education, modern computer technology, and applications that are now called know-how is revealed.
Research methodology. The research practice is based on quantitative and qualitative analysis of the information sources and the results obtained. These collection methods are valid for secondary and primary information. The survey method became necessary in this context. Research data was obtained through thematic analysis and observations related to the research objectives of the work. The research results of the survey were used in the systematization and formation of conclusions. The introduction of audio-visual technology in the educational process contributes to the improvement of motivation to learn in the background of improved academic performance. The importance of this study is determined by the fact that it is not only concerned with the general problem of the educational system in general but pays special attention to music education in particular. The study also deals with technological innovation and all that goes along. Another factor in the importance of the study is that the methodological developments presented in the research and the research problem are relevant to workers in the field of music education, which makes the promulgation of successful teaching practices essential.
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