Musical Futures International has launched #MFLearn19, a new six-week online course which focuses on the informal learning practices of popular musicians, using the five principles identified by Lucy Green in her book, How Popular Musicians Learn.
The overall aim is to develop a better understanding of how these principles can transfer into the classroom. Each week will focus on a different principle with a different guest speaker.
The main content is generated by the participants through blogging, discussion, networking and sharing of practice. The course is free of charge and open to anyone who would like to take part.
#MFLearn19 will bring together a global community of music educators to improve our shared understanding of applying informal music learning practices in the classroom. The course is open access and free of charge to anyone that wishes to participate.
The course has been created by Musical Futures International Asia Program Co-ordinator, Steve Jackman. Presenters include Ethan Hein and Gareth Dylan Smith (USA), Anna Gower (UK), Emily Wilson (Australia), Ken Owen (Australia), Gwen Moore (Ireland) and Anna Mariguddi (UK).
Registration and further information: visit the Musical Futures International website here.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in