Teaching Notes - MTA Podcast - Ep.94 - Liz Stafford, Gill Davies, Lesley Tyler (Expo Preview)
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1w ago
In Episode 94, Patrick meets Liz Stafford, to chat about some of the big issues in Music Education today, and the forthcoming Music Education Solutions Conference. Gill Davies announces the MTA’s own Annual Conference to be held in May, including details of the trade fair, CPD, Key Note speakers, and how to get tickets. And Lesley Tyler previews her Music and Drama Education Expo seminar “A thematic enquiry curriculum for KS3”, discussing innovative ways to link all Key Stage 3 subjects in schools with a common theme. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. https://musiceducationsolutions ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA Podcast - Ep.93 - Sarah McWatt (Amp), Vic Holmes (Note Weavers), Vanessa Wilson-Best
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by Music Teachers Association
3w ago
In Episode 93, Patrick meets Sarah McWatt from Amp (formerly NYMAZ), and Vic Holmes from Note Weavers, to discuss the work they do for primary music in the North of England, and find out about their forthcoming Early Years Music Conference, focussing on inclusivity. And Vanessa Wilson-Best explores “exclusivity at GCSE”, focussing on technology as the great leveller. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. tinyurl.com/AmpNoteWeavers https://www.nymaz.org.uk https://www.noteweavers.org https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nymaz-and-note-weavers-early-years-conference-tickets-753894056417?aff=oddtd ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.92 - Francesca Christmas & Toby Davies (Trinity College), David Gray, Robin Harrison (Maestro Online)
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by Music Teachers Association
1M ago
In Episode 92, Patrick chats to Francesca Christmas and Toby Davies from Trinity College London about their Awards and Certificates in Musical Development, Digital Theory Exams, AI, and more; David Gray talks about his primary curriculum, his online resources, training for primary music specialists, and makes the case for ukuleles; And Dr Robin Harrison, director of Maestro Online, introduces their masterclasses, practicing resources, and the new Pop Piano grades. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. https://www.trinitycollege.com https://www.youtube.com/musicwithmrgray https://www.the ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.91 - Janet Fischer (Live Music Now), Dr Anna Mariguddi, Keith Sykes (Lewisham Music)
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by Music Teachers Association
1M ago
In the first episode of 2024, Patrick chats to Janet Fischer about the excellent work done by Live Music Now, bringing music to those without previous access. Dr Anna Mariguddi discusses her recent research into informal music learning in primary schools. And Keith Sykes from Lewisham Music chats about their award-winning project connecting music and young people’s mental health, Front Line Young Minds. Presented and produced any Patrick Johns. http://www.livemusicnow.org.uk https://research.edgehill.ac.uk/en/publications/exploring-the-potential-of-informal-music-learning-in-a-perceived h ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.90 - Zac Moxon, Sarah MacDonald
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by Music Teachers Association
2M ago
In the last episode of 2023, Patrick meets Zac Moxon, Winner of the 2023 Outstanding New Teacher of the Year at the Pearson National Teaching Awards. They chat about his department at Chiswick School, the curriculum, and the secret to putting on over 50 concerts per year! Plus, organist, composer and Director of Music at Selwyn College, Cambridge, Sarah MacDonald, discusses Christmas carols: composing, arranging, and writing descants, plus barriers faced by female composers, choral directors and organists. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. https://www.teachingawards.com/award-winner ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.89 - Dr Kirsty Devaney, Jimmy Rotheram
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by Music Teachers Association
3M ago
In Episode 89, Patrick chats to Dr Kirsty Devaney about her research into barriers faced by female composers, including young people’s perception of what it means to be a composer. And Mr Primary Music Education himself Jimmy Rotheram discusses all things primary, with guidance for non-specialist teachers, including dos and don’ts. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. https://tinyurl.com/AddressingGenderInequality © Music Teachers' Association www.musicteachers.org ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.88 - Jason Poulston, Sophia Allen (Friday Afternoons), Randye Jones
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by Music Teachers Association
3M ago
In Episode 88, Patrick meets Jason Poulston, the music teacher behind the fantastic resource Music Homework, which does exactly what it says on the tin! Sophia Allen from Britten-Pears Arts introduces their newly-commissioned songs as part of Friday Afternoons, and the Big Sing! And singer, author, educator and researcher Randye Jones discusses Spirituals: their origins, the use of difficult terminology, and dialect, and Spirituals' place in the Music Classroom. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. www.musichomework.co.uk https://brittenpearsarts.org/friday-afternoons/themes/new-releas ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.87 - Paul McCreesh (Gabrieli Roar), James Manwaring, Paul Clark (Clod Ensemble)
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by Music Teachers Association
4M ago
In Episode 87, Patrick chats to conductor Paul McCreesh about the next Gabrieli Roar project, and about singing and repertoire for young people. James Manwaring previews the next Music Teacher Monday webinar, looking at teaching harmony at Key Stage 5. And composer Paul Clark introduces the Clod Ensemble's massive composition resource, Ear Opener, designed to support teachers and students alike. He and Patrick discuss how to start a composition, and the power of arranging in the compositional process. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns https://www.gabrieli.com/roar/about-gabrieli-roar ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.86 - Catherine Barker, Music Minds Matter, ABRSM Exams
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by Music Teachers Association
4M ago
In Episode 86, Patrick finds out what's in the new edition of the MTA's Ensemble magazine, with MTA president, Catherine Barker. He chats to Joe Hastings, from the charity Music Minds Matter, set up to provide a free 24/7 counselling service for musicians and music teachers; And Ali Bowen-Davies and Lincoln Abbotts from the ABRSM explain the process that leads to the development and creation of new syllabuses for instrumental and vocal exams. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. www.musicteachers.org/publications/ensemble/ www.musicmindsmatter.org.uk www.abrsm.org Music Minds Matter ..read more
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Teaching Notes - MTA podcast - Ep.85 - Dice Wood, Laura Hailstone (Music Mark), Paul Blaylock
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by Music Teachers Association
5M ago
In Episode 85, Patrick meets Dice Wood, author of the teaching blog Grab and Go Guides, and chats about how to say No to excess workload, how to reduce time spent marking homework, and the message that homework sends to students. Laura Hailstone from Music Mark introduces their annual conference, being held in November. And Paul Blaylock discusses his highly successful approach to the KS3 curriculum, offering tips and insights. Presented and produced by Patrick Johns. https://grabandgoguides.blogspot.com https://www.musicmark.org.uk/events/music-mark-annual-conference-2023/ https://twitter ..read more
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