Investigación en enseñanza y aprendizaje de la música


La enseñanza y el aprendizaje son procesos complejos, pero la investigación continua puede ayudar a aclarar lo que implica una buena enseñanza y aprendizaje. El aprendizaje se define como un cambio de comportamiento. Comportamiento se define como cualquier respuesta abierta o encubierta que sea observable directa o indirectamente. La enseñanza es cualquier proceso de intervención intencionada, ya sea por parte del maestro, de los padres, de la computadora o del libro de texto, con el fin de lograr el aprendizaje.

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Investigación en enseñanza; aprendizaje musical; educación musical.

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