DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/LEEME.46.18110

¿Cómo han gestionado los conservatorios de música españoles los procesos de enseñanza-aprendizaje durante el confinamiento del COVID-19?


Resumen


Los conservatorios de música españoles han tenido que cerrar sus edificios con el objetivo de contener la propagación de la pandemia COVID-19. Los docentes de estos conservatorios han adoptado medidas para continuar con la enseñanza de forma remota utilizando recursos tecnológicos. El objetivo de esta investigación es analizar cómo los profesores de conservatorios españoles adaptaron los procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje durante el cierre causado por la pandemia COVID-19 y revisar el potencial para cambiar el futuro de la educación musical. Este estudio se ha realizado mediante entrevistas a 36 docentes en activo de conservatorios de todas las comunidades autónomas de España. Los hallazgos muestran las dificultadas la enseñanza durante el confinamiento, la complejidad para virtualizar asignaturas de práctica instrumental, que esta se ha realizado en parte con recursos de los profesores, y que la competencia digital de los docentes genera comentarios diversos. Se evidencia la poca convicción sobre que los cambios realizados durante el confinamiento modifiquen aspectos tradicionales en la forma de enseñar ya que se muestran firmes defensores de la presencialidad.


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COVID-19; conservatorios de música; educación musical; competencia digital docente

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