Monthly Archives: December 2015

An A-Z of music education

Inspired by reading @heymisssmith’s A-Z listing, I thought I’d have a go at writing one for music education, it being New Year’s Eve and all. So, here it is, very personal, partial, humorous at times (maybe?), and very England-based, so apols … Continue reading

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Video on assessment in music education

This is another ‘instead of a blog entry’ post! The nice people at ‘Teach Through Music’ have made a really interesting video about assessment in music education. It features London music teachers talking about this, as well as some talking … Continue reading

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Instead of a blog entry – A level composing

A very brief not-a-blog. Today the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM)  published a piece of research by one of my PhD students, Kirsty Devaney, and myself, into music teachers views on the composing components of A-level music. It’s available here. … Continue reading

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