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The Transformation of Education Paradigm from the Perspective of Music Teachers: The Impact and Application of ICT

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DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2024.050204 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 223


Haoyue Sun 1, Jolanta Abramauskienė 2, Zhiyu Yao 2, Bo Sun 2


1 Academy of Education, Vytautas Magnus University, Kuanas, Lithuania
2 Academy of Education, Vytautas Magnus University, Vilnius, Lithuania

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Haoyue Sun


With the continuous development of information technology, music education is also undergoing profound changes. ICT is widely used in music education, including music creation and production, music teaching and music performance. The application of ICT can improve the quality and effect of teaching, enrich teaching means and methods, and promote students' autonomous learning and cooperative learning. However, it also faces some challenges and problems, such as the input and use of technical equipment, the training and improvement of teachers' information literacy. In the future, music education will pay more attention to students' independent learning and cooperative learning, and pay more attention to the deep integration of information technology and music education. In order to better promote the innovation and development of music education, it is necessary to strengthen the investment and use of technical equipment, improve the cultivation and improvement of teachers' information literacy, and pay attention to the problems and countermeasures of students in the process of using information technology.


Music teacher; Educational paradigm; ICT


Haoyue Sun, Jolanta Abramauskienė, Zhiyu Yao, Bo Sun, The Transformation of Education Paradigm from the Perspective of Music Teachers: The Impact and Application of ICT. Art and Performance Letters (2024) Vol. 5: 22-28. DOI:


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