Music education

How do you conduct virtual choir practices with more than 300 kids?

The members of the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale, who are not sacrificing good diction to this pandemic, discussed the proper enunciation.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Why arts education is crucial in times of crisis

Yet we have countless examples throughout history where music is what kept us together — no matter what was happening. That is why art organizations across the nation are moving mountains to offer online instruction because we know this may be the time when our students need us the most.

WHYY

At Home Musical Activities and Resources

We know parents and families are looking for activities and resources to pass the time and find beauty in the world.

WQXR

Continuité pédagogique en Éducation Musicale

La fermeture des écoles, collèges, lycées et universités pour un temps indéterminé en raison de la situation sanitaire exceptionnelle de notre pays doit mobiliser chaque professeur afin d’assurer la continuité pédagogique et d’entretenir la dynamique d’apprentissage des élèves.

Éduscol

Bridging the Gap: Teaching and Learning Music Online

Worried about how to teach music remotely, online? Not sure where to start, or what resources are available to you? We're here to help.

NAMM

It’s great to learn music as a child – except when it’s no fun at all

While learning an instrument is all of that and more for some people, music lessons can also be the locus of a very particular set of traumas, from the indignity of being forced to practise the piano with teacups on your hands to the paralysing performance anxiety that might surge forth at a dreaded recital.

Aeon

Music Lessons Change For The Better On YouTube

There is the old joke "How do you get to Carnegie Hall?" The answer of course is "practice, practice, practice."

Forbes

How Do You Teach Art, Music and PE Online?

Over the past few weeks, educators, students and parents have taken to social media to share their experiences with this abrupt move to online learning.

EdSurge

Don’t Forget Music Education Amid Coronavirus Closures

The coronavirus is prompting millions of students worldwide to try new online learning tools. There are many ways for parents to keep learning going while kids may be at home due to school closures and music can play an important and fun role while also reducing stress.

Thrive Global


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