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- Artikler og bokkapitler 
Original versionI: Educating music teachers in the new millennium, s. 233-244
In this last chapter we will discuss some of our considerations about how the results of our single studies connect to the overarching research question: How can student music teachers’ learning, and the relevance of music teacher education, be described within the relations between the institution, the practicum and the professional arena, and all in the frames of a multicultural society? By looking back at the chapters of this anthology, along with drawing on other insights that were developed within the single studies of the MUPP project, we will relate our considerations to some implications and challenges for future music teacher education that have emerged in the project. We found that these implications and challenges confront music teacher education with problems of how best to: relate to the society; select content; enhance learning and competence development; promote identity formation; conceive music teaching as a profession; and identify needs for future studies.