Music education

Bans on singing and woodwind instruments risk 'existential threat to music'

Choirs and woodwind instruments were banned in schools last month amid concerns they expelled dangerous levels of droplets, while community bands and orchestras were given strict distancing rules that many said were inconsistent or unworkable.

The Sydney Morning Herald

Believe in Music: Fall Webinar Series

NAMM Foundation programming for Believe in Music includes fall webinars (Sept.-Dec.) for college faculty and students, music educators, music service organizations, music makers and more.

NAMM

How 9 Music Schools Are Adapting As They Reopen This Fall

When the pandemic reached the United States just over six months ago, students were in the middle of their spring semesters. Many of these schools had to suddenly pivot as they reluctantly embraced a fully online format.

WQXR

Comment mettre la musique au service des apprentissages ?

De nombreux enfants congolais ont des troubles spécifiques d’apprentissage. Ils éprouvent des difficultés dans la lecture, en écriture et d'autres ont du mal à bien s'exprimer ou à calculer.

Radio Okapi

Educación musical y educación sonora

Este trabajo expone los argumentos iniciales y generales sobre los que se fundamenta la idea, según la cual, se considera posible abordar la educación sonora, en el ámbito de la educación musical infantil.

Sul Ponticello

Does music really make kids smarter?

Studies claiming that playing music gives youngsters an academic boost have circulated for decades, but now their results are being called into question.

ABC

Copyright Guidance for Distance Learning for Music Educators

As music educators across the country are engaging in distance learning this fall, it is important that they understand the copyright laws in this environment.

NAfME

Why governments must recognise the importance of an arts-based education

Education is a powerful medium that can bring positive change. A reconsideration of what we teach, and how, is required in order to account for the social, cultural and economic differences and similarities embodied within the changing society and contemporary student cohort.

Monash University

En Angleterre, il est possible de passer son brevet des collèges spécialisé dans le Djing

Les jeunes Anglais peuvent désormais effectuer un parcours entièrement consacré à l’apprentissage du DJing dans le cadre de leur GCSE, l’équivalent du brevet des collèges en France.

Tsugi Magazine


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