Philippine Music Education

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Preparing the music teachers philosophically, psychologically and competently brought about many changes in the United States Education curriculum. While it is a fact that a music teacher must be equipped about music history, theory, literature, and the will to perform, it is also a necessity that they will give emphasis about the contributions of contemporary music and world music. Music have undergone decades of transition that greatly influenced the legality of music instruction. Bennett Reimer's 1971 clarified the relationship between aesthetic principles and music education and his subsequent monograph broadly influenced music teachers to legitimatize music instruction that was based on more deeply felt beliefs regarding the nature and importance of musical experience.…show more content…
In the study of Colwell and Rodriguez (2012); “the undergraduate teaching program has the need for an increased effort to link educational…show more content…
Therefore, the Philippine Constitution of 1987 mandated to providing free education which resulted in the increase of enrollment in the public elementary and secondary schools. However, qualified public school teachers are hindered to perform at their best because of the lack of instructional materials, inadequate facilities and lack of training for professional growth. Furthermore, the number of students reaching up to sixty in a classroom have distorted the learning environment as well. A problem so true that teachers need to exert extra effort to attract a good teaching strategy. Quality education is the most important mission of every educational
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