Music Department, Fcee @ Paschal.
Abstract The relationship between teaching and research in music education is like that of a bile and a liver. Just like a bile is circulation of the liver, teaching ought to be a product of quality research. In other words, teaching that is productive is a logical consequence of quality research. The duos are highly inseparable as they maintain consistent symbolic relationship. Despite the relationships that exist between teaching and research, it is apparent that there are significant gaps between teaching and research with respect to music education. Therefore in this paper, attempts have been made to discuss in earnest, some of these gaps which according to the researcher, ranges from financial constraint, compatibility problems, social status problems, ignorance and students’ aversion. Measures to bridge those gaps were fully discussed as well.
Created 1 year ago by Paschal Chibuike Ozoaghuta
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