Teaching Piano in Colleges and Universities Based on Cross-Cultural Music Education

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https://doi.org/10.5216/mh.v22.73227

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music studies, best practices, online learning, improvisation, skills

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The paper primarily analyzes aspects of college and university piano instruction based on cross-cultural music education. The paper established the elements that are most important for students to learn. 32 percent of students believe that implementing best practices would make a significant difference in the learning effectiveness. The survey revealed that only 5% of students have more than one month of full-time online learning experience. The findings suggested that 29% of the respondents developed creative thinking skills, and 26% of the respondents gained technical knowledge that contributed to strong improvisation skills. Data on productivity revealed that six out of eight study groups achieved a high level, and only group 3 (college) scored 19.6%, which is due to the lack of good grades among most students.

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Zhe Yuan Wei, Longyan University , Longyan, China, zheyuanwei@yahoo.com

Zhe Yuan Wei holds a Doctor of Education and is currently a Lecturer at the Department of Music, Longyan University, Longyan, China. Research interests: cross-cultural music, Education online learning, improvisation, skills.

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2022-12-02 — Atualizado em 2023-02-26

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WEI, Z. Y. Teaching Piano in Colleges and Universities Based on Cross-Cultural Music Education. Música Hodie, Goiânia, v. 22, 2023. DOI: 10.5216/mh.v22.73227. Disponível em: https://revistas.ufg.br/musica/article/view/73227. Acesso em: 3 mar. 2024.

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Dossier China