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Pre-Service Secondary Music Teachers' Concerns About Music Teaching and Learning  

Shin, Jihae (Graduate School of Education, Ewha Womans University)
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Journal of Music and Human Behavior / v.15, no.1, 2018 , pp. 1-23 More about this Journal
Recently, there has been a growing focus on the concerns pre-service teachers have as they move through different stages of their teacher preparation programs. Accordingly, the purpose of this study was to investigate pre-service secondary music teachers' concerns about music teaching and learning. The specific research questions were as follows: (a) What concerns are most common among participants? (b) What are differences in the concerns of pre-service secondary music teachers based on their stage of teacher preparation? (c) What are differences in the concerns of pre-service secondary music teachers based on their previous teaching experiences? A survey was distributed to pre-service secondary music teachers in a university in Seoul, and responses from a total of 93 participants were included in the final analysis. Data analysis indicated that pre-service music teachers experienced more concerns related to teaching tasks and student impact than themselves. Also, as participants progressed through their teacher preparation programs, self concerns decreased while task concerns and student impact concerns increased. Pre-service secondary music teachers who had previously taught in a school had fewer concerns than participants with no teaching experience. Suggestions for how teacher preparation programs can address the concerns of pre-service secondary music teachers are offered.
teachers' concerns; pre-service secondary music teacher; teacher preparation program; Fuller and Bown's teacher concerns model; teacher development;
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