Making Music Happen! - Practical Methods & Resources
Teaching music in the primary classroom can be daunting if you are not a musician. This webinar will give teachers simplified practical methods and resources for music making in the classroom and some sample lesson plans to make it happen.
Music has a way of engaging children in the classroom much more profoundly than just words alone. The rhythm, melody, and shared experience of singing and making music together captures so many growing minds. Many teachers use music in the classroom as a technique to bring a fun, enjoyable element to their teaching.
Scientific evidence suggests that using music in the classroom offers powerful benefits such as improved cognitive skills, mood, and literacy. Singing together improves skills relevant to reading such as concentration, memory, and focus.
Delivered by expert Music Generation Sligo Musician Educators Giulia Tesoriero and Catherine McGlinchey. With over 10 years’ experience delivering music performance education in classroom settings, do not miss this rare opportunity to get some practical tips.