Music education

How music education is using tech to thrive during coronavirus lockdown

With the shutdown of schools, colleges, and universities, educators are turning to existing and innovative new technologies that keep students learning and mentally healthy – this is how you can do it too.

MusicTech

12 inconvenient truths about schools and kids that should be considered before reopening

As other countries reopen their schools or are well on their way to doing so, school districts in the United States are still putting together their plans for the 2020-21 school year, which is supposed to start next month in many parts of the country.

The Washington Post

Online Music Exams’ first-of-its-kind platform

Fully-automated system allows students to take all elements of practical music exams.

Guitar World

Comment se « remettre » à la musique ?

Apprendre le piano, la guitare ou le trombone une fois adulte peut sembler un défi insurmontable. Et pourtant. Des méthodes permettent de franchir le pas dans une dynamique de plaisir. Et en plus, c'est bon pour le cerveau !

Les Echos

¿Dónde aprender a tocar música en YouTube desde cero?

Tocar una canción puede ser una de las terapias más poderosas durante el aislamiento.

Canal Trece

Elementary General Music for Various Stages of Return: Ideas and Activities

Teaching has been unique, to say the least, over the past few months. Whether your teaching was asynchronous, synchronous, packets that were mailed to the students, some blended version of this, or your school is online 100% of the time but you accrued a numerous amount of new students, your teaching situation probably changed in some way, shape or form.

MusTech

‘Classical music isn’t racist. It’s about access to music education’

The star cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason insists there’s not inherent prejudice in classical music, but more black children need to be taught the subject to combat a lack of diversity in the industry.

Classic FM

Honduras da ejemplo de educación musical “online” en Latinoamérica

El Conservatorio Nacional de Música ha logrado que sus alumnos aprendan software y se capaciten con destacados músicos y maestros latinos.

La Tribuna

"La musique doit jouer une part importante dans l’éducation"

Gilles Delebarre, fondateur et responsable du projet Demos, est revenu pour nous sur l’évolution du dispositif et la façon dont les équipes gardent le lien avec les enfants et leur famille malgré le Covid-19.

Carenews


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