Features of the applying the information and communication technologies in the conditions of distance master’s training of choir and orchestra conductors
Palabras clave:information and communication technologies, use of information tools in distance learning, conducting and choral activity, innovative tools, an orchestra conductor’s activities.
The purpose of the academic paper, based on the results of the analysis of the viewpoints of scientists regarding the selection and application of information and communication technologies in the conditions of distance education of choir and orchestra conductors and the study of practical aspects of the master’s training of specialists in choral and orchestral conducting, lies in revealing and identifying the main features of the professional training of this type of specialists. Methodology. In the process of conducting the research, an analytical and bibliographic method has been used to study the scientific literature on the issues of distance master’s training of choir and orchestra conductors, as well as a questionnaire to conduct a survey of choral and orchestral conductors. Results. Based on the results of the research conducted, the features of the choice and application of information and communication technologies in the conditions of distance master’s training of choir and orchestra conductors have been analysed, and basic information has been prepared on the effectiveness of using various information.
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Derechos de autor 2022 Lyudmyla Shumska, Mykola Shumskyi, Galyna Savchuk, Yuliia Puchko-Kolesnyk, Nelia Velychko, Larisa Chincheva
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