TiME conference: Connectivity to Music Technology, SEN/D and Inclusion
With Music Technology and Inclusion highlighted in the revised National Plan for Music Education this event is a great opportunity to learn more about the range of technology and approaches that can support engagement and inclusion.
The day features interactive workshops, demonstrations, exhibitions and a chance to network with leaders, practitioners and manufacturers.
Speakers and workshop leaders include:
- Leicestershire Music – Sarah Share – Assistant Head – Schools, Advice and Inclusion – The team at Leicestershire Music have developed a range of inclusive courses and workshops to successfully embed music technology in their offer.
- Award-winning accessible instrument developers, Tim Yates and Tim Palm – Find out about LOOPFREE and the innovative and bespoke technology they have created.
- Underground Creatives – Akshay Sharma and Vochlea – Shay will lead a workshop using the Voice to Midi Dubler 2 microphone tech from Vochlea.
- Tim Clay – Music Technology lead at Leicestershire Music – Following the development of an accessible turntablism course Tim will be leading a DJ workshop
- Chiltern Music Therapy – Technology plays an important role in Music Therapy and the team at Chiltern will share their recommendations
- Filisia and the Cosmo Switch – Record, loop and trigger samples in any music software with these colourful switches and the Cosmo App.
- The ODD Ball – The ODD Ball (as featured on TV’s Dragons Den!) is a fun and accessible way to make music – meet the team who created it and have a go at bouncing your way to some great beats!
- Education and Bass – The team at Education and Bass have been working with Leicestershire Music to deliver music production classes and individual lessons at 10 Special Schools across Leicester.
- RSL – Rockschool – We are excited to hear about the new inclusive approaches to music exams from Rockschool.
- Offshoots C.I.C – Alongside the award-winning music project ‘Circle of Light’ the team at Offshoots have been using new technology to create music using data generated by plants. Tricia Gardiner shares the results in ‘Shhh – Listen to the plants’.
Who is this event for?
School music teachers. (SEN/D specialists and mainstream). Music subject leads. Music Education Hub leaders. SEN and inclusion professionals. School leadership/governors. Music technology teachers.
Ticket: £10.00 Lunch included
- Timezone: Europe/Amsterdam
- Date: Sep 22 2022
- Time: All day