Research training for teaching staff as a catalyst for professional and institutional development: a case study

Darla Crispin, Tine Stolte, Evert Bisschop Boele

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When an institution wishes to develop a Masters programme that combines relevance to the profession with preparation for possible 3rd cycle study, there are many things to consider: curriculum design and content, facilities, stakeholder
opinion, assessment, likely student intake, etc. But at least as important as any of these is ensuring that the teaching staff are fully engaged with the development process and, if possible, that their activity within the institution reaches into most
or all of the areas that their students are addressing.
Originele taal-2English
TitelPerspectives on 2nd cycle programmes in higher music education
Subtitelcombining a research orientation with professional relevance
Plaats van productieBrussels
UitgeverijAEC
Pagina's132-142
ISBN van elektronische versie978-2-9601378-3-5
StatusPublished - 2015

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Keywords

  • muziekonderwijs
  • onderzoeksvaardigheden

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Crispin, D., Stolte, T., & Bisschop Boele, E. (2015). Research training for teaching staff as a catalyst for professional and institutional development: a case study. In Perspectives on 2nd cycle programmes in higher music education: combining a research orientation with professional relevance (blz. 132-142). AEC.