Lifelong learning for musicians: critical issues arising from a case study of Connect

Peter Renshaw

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This article intends to focus on those critical issues arising from the Connect case study (Renshaw, 2005) that have wider applicability in contemporary professional practice in terms of lifelong learning. Special attention will be given to the following areas:
• formal, non-formal and informal learning;
• musical leadership;
• quality;
• self-assessment and reflective practice;
• professional development of musicians.
Originele taal-2English
Aantal pagina's13
StatusPublished - 2005

Keywords

  • muzikale vorming
  • musici
  • leiderschap
  • professionalisering

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