The course helps students prepare for their role as a teacher. Its goal is to map out this task, increase self-awareness, understand and interiorize this role, and initiate taking on this task. It is important for students to interpret the activities, pedagogical roles, and tasks in a pedagogical environment, from the teacher’s perspective. Students should learn that motivation, evaluation, the environment, the relationship with parents, the planning of the pedagogical process, and the adaptive change of all these in the real situation, are essential tools for the role of a music teacher. They need to understand that preparing for this task requires serious concentration, commitment, and preparation. This requires self-knowledge, self-reflection, self-acceptance, balanced psychological immunity, and professional, pedagogical, and psychological knowledge. The backbone of the course is the processing of students’ views on the subject of education, which should be replaced by a well-established professional knowledge of the role of the teacher.
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- Full Time
Successfully completed your upper secondary (high school) education and entrance exam.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning