Music education

Handbook for Artistic Research Education

The SHARE international network, which works to enhance the 'third cycle' of arts research and education (i.e. doctoral-level studies) in Europe, has developed a handbook for artistic research education.

ELIA

These Children Are Lifting Their Voices for Social Change, Education

Music is shown to improve a child's problem solving skills. It's shown to improve a child's educational experience. It's shown to improve a child's overall mental health. Music can do even more.

The Huffington Post

 

How a Music Education Program Is Transforming Lives in Philadelphia

Play On, Philly is an innovative music program modeled after Venezuela's network of youth orchestras known as "El Sistema".

WRTI

10 Helpful Apps for Elementary Music Educators

I would not go so far as to say "top 10″ because I feel like the "app world" changes daily because many are updated and more are added.

MusTech

Institute of Education research links exposure to classical music with enhanced listening skills

Opportunities to listen extensively to classical music in the early years of primary school are likely to lead to children appreciating a wider range of music in later year.

Music Teacher Magazine

Music therapy class strikes a chord with autistic children in Beijing

Generations of children have learned the song from The Sound of Music. But in this rented room at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing the students are teenagers with autism and other intellectual disabilities.

South China Morning Post

Striking the right note for Music Education in India

Music, as a subject of study, has been an integral part of the Indian education system at the school level while universities and colleges such as Bengal Music College and Saurashtra University offer degree courses in Indian classical music.

The Hindu

Creative Ways to Bring Music to Students

Music education, it seems, is just plain good for you.

KQED

Schools use music to prepare pupils for secondary education

Music teacher talks to education reporter Haydn Lewis about using music to bridge the gap between primary and secondary education.

The Press


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