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Maximising the Impact of Classroom Helpers

Are you making the most of your classroom help in your drama, dance or music lessons? Teaching assistants and additional adults (who may be teachers or performers) can have an amazing impact on learning when deployed and communicated with effectively.

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Being Musical’s 90 minute live interactive online experience is a quick and easy session aimed at school practitioners and performing arts teachers from all disciplines across the globe exploring ways to…

  • get to grips with preparedness
  • consider effective deployment of helpers
  • understand how interactions and great practice can impact on learning
  • utilise the skills of helpers to support the learning of pupils effectively

Facilitator: Being Musical’s Lead Learning Specialist Louisa Roberts

Hands on a clarinet, with blurred background of other young people holding instruments.“My school experience as an assistant headteacher in north London whilst undertaking UCL’s Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants programme (MITA), led to me undertaking MITA as an impact initiative in 2015 (reported in Headteacher Update). Since then I have expanded my understanding of teaching assistant support within the context of performing arts teaching. Looking forward to meeting you, sharing ideas and hearing about your work.”

Being Musical Workshops are a series of fun, interactive online live global workshops specifically aimed at performing arts teachers working in a whole class context with children and young people.

Attend this event

Book before 17th May and get 33% discounted tickets (use code EARLYBIRD).

After this date, Music Mark members can access 20% off by contacting louisa@beingmusical.co.uk.

If you are not sponsored by an employer, and the cost is a barrier, please email louisa@beingmusical.co.uk to pay what you can afford.

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Being Musical

Being Musical Workshops are fun and interactive sessions specifically aimed at performing arts teachers working in a whole class context with children and young people.

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