Impact of Singing Experiences on Professional Practice: Narratives of Five Primary School Teachers

Abstract

Singing is considered as an important activity in Wesley College of Education, Kumasi in Ghana. As a Christian-dominated teacher training institution established by the Wesleyan mission in 1922, pre-service teachers are taught how to sing hymns and other songs for preparation to participate in Sunday church services and also to build a repertoire of songs for future use during their professional practice. This study employ participant narratives to examine the impact of singing experiences on teacher professional practice in the classroom and in the primary school environment.   

Keywords: Pre-Service Teachers, Primary School, Singing, Teachers

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 31-37 (Download PDF)

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