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Digital Innovation in Music Education Virtual Conference

  • 25 June 2024
  • 9.30am - 4.30pm
  • Online (Zoom)

Bringing together experts from Music Education and beyond, this collaboration between the DIME Alliance and Technology in Music Education will give music teachers, practitioners and leaders an opportunity to explore how they can lead the way in digital innovation in music education.

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You are invited to the inaugural Digital Innovation in Music Education Conference, taking place online via Zoom on Tuesday 25th June 2024. Bringing together experts from Music Education and beyond, this collaboration between the DIME Alliance and TiME (Technology in Music Education) UK will give music teachers, practitioners and leaders an opportunity to explore how they can lead the way in digital innovation in music education.

 

The Programme

9:30 – Opening Panel our expert panel will start with provocations and guide you through themes including Skills & Mindset, Rethinking models & shaping technologies, and Reach, Genre, Inclusivity.
10:30 – Break
10:45 – Breakout | Engaging with Innovation in Music Tech
11:30 – Breakout | WIRED Toolkit: Strategies for Gender Inclusive Learning
12:15 – Lunch
13:00 – Breakout | How to Build an Accessible Technology Library
13:45 – Breakout | A sustainable and scalable WCIT (CIL) and Progression model for Music Technology
14:30 – Break
14:45 – Breakout | Using Technology in A-Level Teaching
15:30 – Afternoon break
15:45 – Keynote, Dr Mat Dalgleish | Beyond Novelty: A More Social and Reflective Take on Musical Interfaces and Music Technology

16:30 – Conference end
Please note the programme is subject to change.

 

Click here to read more about the sessions and speakers.

It is important to the DIME alliance that everyone with an interest in this event can attend but understand that there may be barriers to attendance. If you would like to join us for the DIME conference but have concerns – whether that’s accessibility, financial hardship, or something else, please let us know by completing our support form. This is open to all whether you are part of an organisation, an individual or corporate / industry provider.

The RNCM Music Education Conference Joint Ticket

The day after the DIME conference on Wednesday 26 June, the RNCM is running The RNCM Music Education Conference: Driving Change in Music Education. We are delighted to be able to offer a discounted ticket for access to both events. To take advantage of this opportunity follow the ‘Book Now’ button below.

Full information, including the event programme, for the RNCM’s own event is available via their website.


Accessibility

  • Technology: Zoom
  • Captioning: AI-Generated

If you would like to request presentation slides, questions and provocations in advance of the session, please get in touch with info@musicmark.org.uk. Speakers may decline sharing this information on the basis of protecting their intellectual property or for other reasons and we cannot therefore guarantee availability for all events.

Prices

Virtual delegate fee £15 +VAT

Virtual student ticket £10 +VAT

Joint ticket to include the RNCM Music Education Conference Ticket (in-person) £40 +VAT

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About the Provider

Digital Innovation in Music Education alliance

An alliance of organisations and individual practitioners committed to raising awareness of innovative digital technologies for the benefit of children & young people’s music education and learning. launched by Connect Resound, Music Mark, Music for Youth, TiME (Technology in Music Education) and Wiltshire Music Connect.

Music Mark

We are a membership organisation, Subject Association, and an Arts Council England Investment Principles Support Organisation (IPSO) advocating for excellent musical learning in and out of school.

TiME

TiME is a national centre of excellence in music technology, dedicated to supporting the purposeful and creative use of Music Technology in Education. We provide information on the ever-growing range of music technology available to improve equitable access.

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