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Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2019, 2(1); doi: 10.25236/AJHSS.040032.

Research on Predicament and Outlet of Piano Microteaching


Hui Wang

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Hui Wang

Zhaoqing University, Guangdong, China, 526000


In recent years, the rise of piano micro-class has changed the traditional teaching mode of piano, which is convenient for students to learn independently and is not limited by time and space. Teachers can expand piano teaching more comprehensively by using piano micro-lessons, and extend the teaching after class. Students can also use micro-class to practice knowledge points in class repeatedly after class to improve learning efficiency, and share better educational resources on the Internet. Although piano micro-class teaching has many advantages and is the general trend in the Internet environment, it also has many problems such as fragmentation, non-systematicness, lack of communication between teachers and students, etc. This paper focuses on the current situation and predicament of piano micro-teaching in order to make full usage of its advantages, foster strengths and avoid weaknesses, and seek a better way out and development for piano micro-teaching.


Piano Lesson, Piano teaching, Outlet

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Hui Wang , Research on Predicament and Outlet of Piano Microteaching. Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (2019) Vol. 2: 116-123. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJHSS.040032.


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