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Graduation Ceremony of the doctoral thesis at the fundamental level on Teaching theory and methods of Music of PhD student Thai Dinh Dung

Monday, December 03, 2018

    Implementing the Regulation on doctoral training, on November 30, 2018, the Postgraduate Studies Department at the National University of Art Education (NUAE) held a ceremony to protect the PhD thesis at the fundamental level for researcher Thai Dinh Dung, the thesis of "Teaching Vietnamese works written for electronic keyboards at the tertiary level of Music Education".

    The Fundamental Thesis Evaluation Council consisted of:

1. Prof. D.Sc. Pham Le Hoa - NUAE - President of the Council

2. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Van Toan - Vietnam National Academy of Music - Reviewer 1

3. Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Dang Nghi - NUAE - Reviewer 2

4. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vu Huong - Vietnam National Academy of Music - Commissary

5. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dao Dang Phuong - NUAE - Commissary

6. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kieu Trung Son - Institute of Cultural Studies - Commissary

7. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thi To Mai - NUAE - Commissary, Secretary

Prof. D.Sc. Pham Le Hoa - President of the Council announced the comments about the thesis of PhD student Thai Dinh Dung

     Thai Dinh Dung was PhD student of the first PhD course in the teaching theory and method of music at the National University of Art Education. The subject "Teaching Vietnamese works written for electronic keyboards at the tertiary of Music Education" under the guidance of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ta Quang Dong, which has implemented since 2016, has been carried out the test of the spirit of serious work of PhD student as well as the enthusiasm and scientific spirit of the instructor. After the pre-acceptance test, the thesis will be revised and accomplished by PhD student to prepare for the higher level of protection.

      Summary of the thesis: "Teaching Vietnamese works written for electronic keyboards at the tertiary level of Music Education" has focused on researching and evaluating the current state of teaching of Vietnamese works written for electronic keyboards for tertiary music education, such as the development of electronic keyboards from the time of introduction into Vietnam, the Vietnamese works written for electronic keyboards, reality of teaching and learning electronic keyboards, ect. Through this, the author develop appropriate solutions to improve the efficiency of teaching electronic keyboards through the Vietnamese works at the training institutions of music education.