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Music education

Camera, action! Engaging students in online music learning

The challenge with any online platform comes when dealing with groups, and in particular, groups that you want to make noise at roughly the same time!


Learning music really does make students smarter, new study shows

The link between music education and broader academic performance has recently been brought into question by research comparing the results of vast numbers of published studies.


Virtual classes help piano players hit the right notes

In China, online music lessons have become the latest trend in the country's burgeoning online education business, especially as COVID-19 has restricted person-to-person piano lessons.

China Daily

Étudier la musique classique occidentale au Japon

Le système éducatif japonais est reconnu pour son excellence. C’est encore plus vrai de son enseignement musical, même si la forte exigence demandée aux jeunes élèves et une approche musicale « stéréotypée » peut aussi les desservir.

Res Musica

Estos son los grandes beneficios de tocar un instrumento musical desde niños

Tocar un instrumento musical tiene muchos beneficios, algunos a largo plazo: haberlo hecho de niño o de joven puede ayudar en la última etapa de la vida.

El Diario

Reimagining our music classes for Zoom

All of us who are devoted to music education are facing new challenges due to the pandemic, and while we are lucky and grateful to have extraordinary technology at our disposal, it is undeniably frustrating to be isolated from each other, to deal with inadequate sound quality, poor connections, and time delays.

Oxford University Press

Treehouse teaching and laundry art: Educators find creative ways to reach kids

The year 2020 was tough for everyone — and unprecedented for the U.S. educational system, which was forced to go online overnight, with innumerable glitches at the start and long-term consequences that are still becoming clear.

The Washington Post

3 Tips for Teaching Music Online, From Columbia University

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the face of education for all disciplines, but it has presented unique challenges for music teachers. In addition to dealing with increased stress, we have had to navigate unique logistical challenges, like figuring out how to teach, rehearse, and perform in a virtual environment.


Crise sanitaire : pourquoi les professeurs des conservatoires s'inquiètent du sort de leurs jeunes élèves ?

Si le confinement de printemps n'a pas provoqué de décrochage massif, le reconfinement de novembre risque de durablement affecter établissements, enseignants et élèves.

France Musique

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