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date: 25 January 2020

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In order to provide the best possible education for our students, it is imperative to consider the all-too-human reactions to ICT (information and communication technology) as experienced by all stakeholders in the music learning environment. We must carefully evaluate several loaded questions to fully investigate the impact that ICT can have in our classrooms. This Further Perspective questions the various ways classroom technology can destabilize the long-standing model of apprenticeship to mastery in instrumental music as well as how professional pressure points motivate or deter the use of ICT in the music classroom. In addition, this chapter explores how the unchecked use of ICT applications can destabilize the social structures within musical learning communities.

Keywords: stakeholders, apprenticeship, pressure, social, motivate

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