The excessive demand for learning musical instruments in Macao S.A.R. has attracted many new music organizations entering the market because of high profit potential which leads to a high employment rate of amateur teachers. As a result, professional development is much needed to enhance teacher’s qualification and the quality of teaching. However, this issue has normally been ignored by the organizations leaders since most of them are not music professional. To create the awareness of such issue, therefore, this study aims to explore the role of music organization leaders in fostering professional development, the perception, and advantages through the lens of in-service instrumental teachers. Data is collected through survey of 30 in-service instrumental teachers. Through analysis of the data, in service amateur teachers are likely to be more motivated in receiving professional training with the different forms of monetary support from the music organization leaders and reveals different advantages towards their teaching which will benefit their students and the reputation of the organizations as well as the market supply. This is suggestive of inclusion of the professional training program should be considered by organization leaders that could enhance the overall level in the field of music education.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Jun 2022|
|Event||2022 11th International Conference on Education and Management Innovation - Virtual , Madrid , Spain|
Duration: 15 Jun 2022 → 17 Jun 2022
|Conference||2022 11th International Conference on Education and Management Innovation|
|Abbreviated title||ICEMI 2022|
|Period||15/06/22 → 17/06/22|