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Webinars for Professional Development in the Arts series 13: Articulated formation of the music teacher: Aspects related to sustainability

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The article presents reflections on teacher education for music education in Brazil, on the perspective of sustainable development. Quality education courses in music education must optimize their own development in terms of the pillars of socio-political, economic, and environmental sustainability. The training of teachers in music education courses must also optimize the sustainability of the educators for their professional practice. Analysis and perspectives related to the education courses for music teachers are presented aiming to strengthen them and provide a continued qualification always better for music teachers in the country.

Dr Alda Oliveira from Brazil is a Housewright Eminent Scholar at Florida State University and a ISME Honorary Life Member. Dr. Oliveira is a music educator, composer and pianist, music curricula consultant and president of SONARE www.sonare.com.br . She organized the creation of the Brazilian Music Education Association – ABEM (1991). Author of the book The PONTES Approach to Music Education: Learning to Articulate (2015). She was president of ISME Research Commission, ISME Board member, Visiting Researcher (2013-2014, Eliot-Pearson Child Development Center at Tufts University,USA), Director of the School of Music (1992-1996, UFBA ), Director of the Pracatum Vocational School for Musicians, twice president of ABEM , president of CEEARTES /SESU/MEC and member of the BJME International Advisory Board.

This talk is part of the Pedagogy, Language, Arts & Culture in Education (PLACE) Group Seminars series.

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