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[RE]LEARN 2020 - The Learning Innovation Festival has ended
Wednesday, November 18 • 16:15 - 17:00
Enhancing student motivation, enjoyment and skill-acquisition in music through self-directed learning

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Join Musical Futures to discover a model of self-directed learning that aims to enhance student motivation, enjoyment and skill-acquisition in music lessons by tapping into the real-life learning practices of popular musicians. Discover practical ideas for whole class music–making that help to build skills whilst being engaging and fun.
Learning objectives:
 How to deliver outstanding lessons that are rooted in active music making
 Explore ways to ensure that students are fully engaged in lessons
 Develop classroom approaches that provide a catalyst to involve all students, including disadvantaged groups in extra-curricular music making
 Build essential performance skills amongst students that will promote achievement and attainment in music
Workshop in more detail:
Designed to demonstrate how easy techniques and minimal equipment can offer maximum participation in practical music-making activities that can form the basis for developing key musical skills. Using the Musical Futures innovative approaches to teaching music, delegates will have the opportunity to participate in a practical workshop with ideas that they can take back to use in their settings immediately.

Speakers
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Fran Hannan

Passionate Advocate for Music Education, Musical Futures
Fran Hannan is Managing Director of Musical Futures. An experienced instrumental and classroom teacher, her work with Musical Futures connects her with music educators working to engage young people in relevant, accessible music activities through practical music-making so that... Read More →


Wednesday November 18, 2020 16:15 - 17:00 CET
PREMIUM
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