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International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science, 2023, 4(1); doi: 10.38007/IJEIS.2023.040112.

Artificial Intelligence Technology in the Assessment of Teachers' Music Teaching Skills Training


Jianbing Xi

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Jianbing Xi

Philippine Christian University, Manila, Philippines


The development of modern technology and economy has fully improved people's daily life, and at the same time, the disposable income of residents has also increased rapidly. At this time, people began to pay more and more attention to art education such as music for the next generation. Education. At this time, the education and training enterprises of music and various art disciplines have a broader development market, and at the same time, the improvement of the market competition environment has also made the training mode used by various training enterprises to train the teaching skills of music teachers there are bigger deficiencies. At this time, the rise and rapid progress of artificial intelligence (AI) technology has also brought more ideas and development opportunities for the training of music teachers' professional skills. Relevant companies have begun to pay attention to the relationship between AI technology and teachers' music teaching skills training. This combination can not only fully improve teachers' music teaching skills, but also greatly shorten the period required for music teacher training. In this paper, through the in-depth exploration of AI technology, a comprehensive model for the training and assessment of music teachers' professional teaching skills based on AI technology is proposed to provide efficient training for relevant teachers' majors, so that Enable related enterprises to achieve higher quality development. At the same time, this AI technology-based training and assessment mode for teachers' music teaching skills also greatly improves the professionalism of teachers, thereby producing better teaching effects.


Music Teaching, Skill Training, Effect Assessment, Artificial Intelligence

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Jianbing Xi. Artificial Intelligence Technology in the Assessment of Teachers' Music Teaching Skills Training. International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 1: 136-142. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJEIS.2023.040112.


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