Certificate for Music Educators Guidebook Teaching Children and Young People
Certificate for Music Educators Guidebook is focused on the learning outcomes of the Certificate for Music Educators in the UK, accredited by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual), and validated by Trinity College London (TCL) and the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM).
Through reflective questions, readers become acquainted with research findings relevant to teaching children and explore ways for enacting best teaching practice in day-to-day teaching. It offers strong foundations in teaching music in contemporary diverse settings, in both instrumental and vocal teaching; early years, primary and secondary schools and community-based contexts.
This book is directly aligned with the CME Level 4 course modules, units and areas of study and its desired learning outcomes. It is a key companion for students enrolled in a validated centre, as well as the teachers and mentors involved in the design and delivery of the CME.
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SECTION 1 THE IMPORTANCE OF MUSIC IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S LIVES
How Children and Young People Learn and Develop Their Musicality
Self-Expression Through Music Shaping Musical Identities
Multidimensional Benefits of Music
SECTION 2 PLANNING, LEADING AND ASSESSING MUSICAL LEARNING
Preparing for the Development of Inclusive Learning Environments
Planning for Inclusive Teaching and Learning
Leading Music Learning
Assessing Music Learning
SECTION 3 THE MUSIC EDUCATOR AND THEIR WIDER PROFESSIONAL ROLE
Safeguarding and Child Protection in Music Education
Promoting Collaboration and Partnerships to Support Musical Learning
Becoming a Reflective and Reflexive Practitioner
"The first part of the book provides a strong research-base for interested readers, and the final part offers a compendium on the practicalities of teaching in contemporary diverse settings including studio, school and community, all in a single volume. This is a strong book with little competition that fills a gap in the market."
Oscar Odena, School of Education, University of Glasgow, UK