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Research on Learning Strategies in Piano Classroom Teaching in Universities

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2023.070317 | Downloads: 13 | Views: 460


Xiying Huang 1


1 South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

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Xiying Huang


This article takes learning strategies in piano classroom teaching in universities as the research object, and explores the problems and solutions in piano classroom teaching in universities through literature review and empirical research methods. Research has found that there are problems with single course content, traditional teaching methods, and low student participation in piano classroom teaching in universities. The application of learning strategies such as goal setting, learning methods and skills, teacher role transformation, teaching design optimization, and student self-directed learning promotion can effectively improve these problems. Future research can be improved and expanded by increasing the number and diversity of samples, adopting various research methods and methods, expanding research content, establishing a comprehensive teaching evaluation and feedback mechanism, and promoting students' autonomous learning and creative thinking. Through the research in this article, it can provide certain reference and reference for the improvement of piano classroom teaching in universities.


Piano Teaching; Piano Teaching Classroom; Teaching Survey Research


Xiying Huang, Research on Learning Strategies in Piano Classroom Teaching in Universities. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2023) Vol. 7: 103-110. DOI:


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