GMTP
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The GMTP is a grass roots, music teacher-lead enterprise aimed at extending guitar teacher professionalism. Fundamental to our notion of guitar master teacher is the view that guitar teachers better professionalize their teaching when engaging with different teaching methodologies and pedagogies; and by expanding their knowledge of playing the instrument through exploring significant differences and areas of crossover between teaching approaches embedded in our culture and those rooted in other music traditions in the world.

The GMTP initiative stems from its ideator who observed that several music teachers held an ambivalent consideration as regards to the role of specialized teacher training. As a matter of fact, while teacher training occupies a vital corner of the world of education across disparate disciplines, numerous instrumental music teachers start and continue teaching without having received training in how to teach, asserting that no or little knowledge is needed to teach but that concerning the pure mechanics of playing the instrument.

Owing to this, the GMTP aims to purposefully interrupt the limiting notion that performing knowledge does not requires to be supported by educational training. It seeks to blur the boundaries between this misleading split between performing skills and educational knowledge. And aiming to contrasts the dichotomy between teaching knowledge and performing skills it supports the view that the former situates the latter in the wider perspective required to teach to play an instrument. By extension, we take the stand that teacher training is essential to acquire the knowledge and experience necessary to launch and maintain a successful teaching career.

At the same time, however, we also recognize that teacher training courses specialized in instrumental teaching are rarely at the forefront of any type of music course at college or university. Instead, teacher training courses are commonly at disposal only thanks to various independent organisations whose methodologies spearheaded and inspired new ways to teach music. However, these the primary objectives of such methodology often fall outside the goals we most value as these methodologies are mostly designed with a specific age, instrument, or music culture in mind. As a result, some forms of teaching or the stylistic breadth relevant to our scope flies under the radar of common organisations and institutions.

To this end, the GMTP is not a methodology in a strict sense, nor it stands in competition with any current methodology. Rather, while recognizing the deep value and effectiveness of each methodology, we feel it is through a synthesis of multiple methodologies and devising our own strategies and adaptations that we can acquire the broad view we aim to. Because of this, the GMTP attempts to promote various recognizes European methodologies and combine them with teaching practises from other cultures as well as academic disciplines and approaches with the scope to present the body of knowledge we feel constitutes the comprehensive knowledge needed by the teachers the GMTP addresses.

The typology of teachers addressed by the GMTP include those who represent the private music teaching sector: a sector widely recognised as the depository of the highest specialized knowledge in music teaching across cultures, worldwide. However, although teachers in the private sector are driven by teaching trajectory that differs from the role held in public education, too often guitar teachers who operate in this sector don't fully appreciate their specialized role, and perceive it subordinated to that of the generic classroom music teacher.

The lack of a teacher training program designed for the private teacher described above compounds the career of the private music teacher on multiple counts. Firstly, music private teachers (unlike the classroom teacher) are more often unqualified, and their status is degraded for not being subject to teacher training. Secondly, the lack of a comprehensive road map to career development and qualification presents disadvantages to music teachers as they embark on a highly specialized and competitive profession on their own - and without the required teaching expertise and professional management to support the ambition for a long-term career. In this scenario, private guitar teachers can withdraw into self-doubting or professional fossilization.

To this purpose, the GMTP encourages them to take matters into their own hands and attend a course designed to advance them on their career and the program is conceived to respond to the demands and expectations of aspiring teachers who seek a professional guitar teacher training that adapts around the skills they need in order to create a significant impact on their career and to stand out in today's competitive and rapidly evolving profession.

In many respects, we believe that joining the program will represent the turning point for a teacher. For transitioning from being an untrained teacher to becoming the best teacher one can be, engaging with a broad range of knowledge on education and engaging with experts in the profession will produce the building blocks that elevates a teacher effectiveness to the highest standards. An interest in teaching, after all, is fundamental; but alone is not enough for advancing one's career and avoid the pitfall and risks of trial and error.

To achieve this, at the hearth of the GMTP lies the vision to support teachers in their need to acquire the skills that distinguish a guitar teacher from a master guitar teacher. While the former may possess expertise in curricular content and have developed intuitive teaching skills, the latter are also capable to understand the rationale behind the content they teach and analyse, warrant, and argue their teaching insights and decisions methodologically, presenting sound evidence. Consequently, our vision envisages private guitar teachers who, as reflexive practitioners, are informed by the research literature along with being able to position their practical enquiry and intuitive teaching craft in the knowledge base.

Finally, on of our core aim is to construct a course that aims to bring together different teaching experts, igniting a challenging discussion and creative force within the private music teaching sector. All members of the GMTP team are musicians and professional teachers holding a Diploma or Degree from a recognised academic institution.

ITA
The GMTP is a grass roots, music teacher-lead enterprise aimed at extending guitar teacher professionalism. Fundamental to our notion of guitar master teacher is the view that guitar teachers better professionalize their teaching when engaging with different teaching methodologies and pedagogies; and by expanding their knowledge of playing the instrument through exploring significant differences and areas of crossover between teaching approaches embedded in our culture and those rooted in other music traditions in the world.

The GMTP initiative stems from its ideator who observed that several music teachers held an ambivalent consideration as regards to the role of specialized teacher training. As a matter of fact, while teacher training occupies a vital corner of the world of education across disparate disciplines, numerous instrumental music teachers start and continue teaching without having received training in how to teach, asserting that no or little knowledge is needed to teach but that concerning the pure mechanics of playing the instrument.

Owing to this, the GMTP aims to purposefully interrupt the limiting notion that performing knowledge does not requires to be supported by educational training. It seeks to blur the boundaries between this misleading split between performing skills and educational knowledge. And aiming to contrasts the dichotomy between teaching knowledge and performing skills it supports the view that the former situates the latter in the wider perspective required to teach to play an instrument. By extension, we take the stand that teacher training is essential to acquire the knowledge and experience necessary to launch and maintain a successful teaching career.

At the same time, however, we also recognize that teacher training courses specialized in instrumental teaching are rarely at the forefront of any type of music course at college or university. Instead, teacher training courses are commonly at disposal only thanks to various independent organisations whose methodologies spearheaded and inspired new ways to teach music. However, these the primary objectives of such methodology often fall outside the goals we most value as these methodologies are mostly designed with a specific age, instrument, or music culture in mind. As a result, some forms of teaching or the stylistic breadth relevant to our scope flies under the radar of common organisations and institutions.

To this end, the GMTP is not a methodology in a strict sense, nor it stands in competition with any current methodology. Rather, while recognizing the deep value and effectiveness of each methodology, we feel it is through a synthesis of multiple methodologies and devising our own strategies and adaptations that we can acquire the broad view we aim to. Because of this, the GMTP attempts to promote various recognizes European methodologies and combine them with teaching practises from other cultures as well as academic disciplines and approaches with the scope to present the body of knowledge we feel constitutes the comprehensive knowledge needed by the teachers the GMTP addresses.

The typology of teachers addressed by the GMTP include those who represent the private music teaching sector: a sector widely recognised as the depository of the highest specialized knowledge in music teaching across cultures, worldwide. However, although teachers in the private sector are driven by teaching trajectory that differs from the role held in public education, too often guitar teachers who operate in this sector don't fully appreciate their specialized role, and perceive it subordinated to that of the generic classroom music teacher.

The lack of a teacher training program designed for the private teacher described above compounds the career of the private music teacher on multiple counts. Firstly, music private teachers (unlike the classroom teacher) are more often unqualified, and their status is degraded for not being subject to teacher training. Secondly, the lack of a comprehensive road map to career development and qualification presents disadvantages to music teachers as they embark on a highly specialized and competitive profession on their own - and without the required teaching expertise and professional management to support the ambition for a long-term career. In this scenario, private guitar teachers can withdraw into self-doubting or professional fossilization.

To this purpose, the GMTP encourages them to take matters into their own hands and attend a course designed to advance them on their career and the program is conceived to respond to the demands and expectations of aspiring teachers who seek a professional guitar teacher training that adapts around the skills they need in order to create a significant impact on their career and to stand out in today's competitive and rapidly evolving profession.

In many respects, we believe that joining the program will represent the turning point for a teacher. For transitioning from being an untrained teacher to becoming the best teacher one can be, engaging with a broad range of knowledge on education and engaging with experts in the profession will produce the building blocks that elevates a teacher effectiveness to the highest standards. An interest in teaching, after all, is fundamental; but alone is not enough for advancing one's career and avoid the pitfall and risks of trial and error.

To achieve this, at the hearth of the GMTP lies the vision to support teachers in their need to acquire the skills that distinguish a guitar teacher from a master guitar teacher. While the former may possess expertise in curricular content and have developed intuitive teaching skills, the latter are also capable to understand the rationale behind the content they teach and analyse, warrant, and argue their teaching insights and decisions methodologically, presenting sound evidence. Consequently, our vision envisages private guitar teachers who, as reflexive practitioners, are informed by the research literature along with being able to position their practical enquiry and intuitive teaching craft in the knowledge base.

Finally, on of our core aim is to construct a course that aims to bring together different teaching experts, igniting a challenging discussion and creative force within the private music teaching sector. All members of the GMTP team are musicians and professional teachers holding a Diploma or Degree from a recognised academic institution.

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