Music education

Pandemia, música y transformación de la educación

La pandemia ha transformado la educación, también habrá una renovación en los contenidos que se deben enseñar.

Siete24

Music Lessons Are the Best Investment for Your Kids

Learning an instrument will set your kids up for a lifetime of fun. It might also make them smarter.

Bloomberg

'A better time than any': Finding joy in music lessons, jams

Turning to music during bleak times has a long history, said Joy Allen, chair of Music Therapy at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

SFGATE

10 tips for profitably teaching music lessons online

Business coach Jennifer Rosenfeld shares her top recommendations for ensuring that your online instrumental teaching business is best poised for success - both financially and in terms of student impact.

The Strad

Good music education is not the recorder

So how does music education fit into the new school plans? Unlike math or history, which can rely on individual study, collaborative ensembles like band, chorus and orchestra cannot. With social distancing measures in place, getting a band of 50 students placed six feet apart in one room is, well, impossible.

UNSW

Continuité pédagogique en éducation musicale et chant choral

Mieux vaut engager chaque élève dans une brève écoute enrichie de questions précises nécessitant quelques recherches documentaires ou encore la consultation d'une « capsule vidéo » éclairant l'œuvre écoutée que de proposer une séquence d'éducation musicale en ligne.

éduscol

Cómo trabajar la educación musical en los niños pequeños

La educación musical desde las primeras etapas de la vida de los niños puede jugar un papel importante en su desarrollo y crecimiento.

Ok Diario

Choir classes with no singing

Music teachers in Canada are being forced to improvise. Choir classes, for example, either must meet outdoors to rehearse or they simply hum and chant their way through class.

PRI

Helpful tips to improve your piano fingering

Fingering is necessary because it helps a pianist to remember which one of their four fingers or thumb (in each hand) is required to play a particular note or notes.

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