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Resources to support music education within higher education provision


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A map to accompany you on your Inclusive Music Practice journey developed as part of Think22 that helped to bring inclusive practice to the forefront of music education in England. The four resources reflect Drake Music’s core organisational approach of Disabled and Non-Disabled educators, musicians

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Compare learning courses which cover various aspects of music performance, theory, and business.

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Music Mark has announced the development of six calls to action which will be presented to all political parties ahead of the UK election this year. The purpose of the six calls to action is to make the case to any new UK government that it should prioritise music education, understand its value and appreciate the positive impact music can have on health, wellbeing, academic achievement, and soft skills.

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Sam Stimpson and Rhiannon Diamond highlight inequities in Music Education, and how to diversify the classroom or practice room in a non-tokenistic way.

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Explore routes into a career in instrumental or vocal teaching.

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This directory provides information about the wide range of accredited qualifications in vocal and instrumental teaching that are available in the UK.

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This guide outlines how Music Mark’s online vocal and instrumental curriculum, A Common Approach, can be used to support new teachers, giving them a solid foundation of knowledge and skills as they embark on their careers.

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This monthly podcast is for anyone contemplating a career in music and opera. Full of useful tips and advice, here is a great opportunity to hear directly from a range of people about their artistic journeys.

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Making Music

ABRSM’s Making Music is a longitudinal series of reports tracking trends in music education over the last three decades. It provides the music education sector with data we can all use to promote the value and importance of music and insight into the needs of teachers and learners.

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Doctoral research undertaken by Luan Shaw, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University. Amongst the research participants were senior leaders from 66 Music Education Hubs.

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