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Questions of voice:Dialogue and change in music education.‘A communal venturing forth’ (Jean Rudduck)

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The National Association of Music Educators Eastern Region and the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge present:

Questions of voice:Dialogue and change in music education.‘A communal venturing forth’ (Jean Rudduck)

Conference for Music Teachers (and teachers in training), Children and Young People at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.

This is a day for teachers, children and young people to think about talking and listening, creating dialogue, and learning together how to make a better music education in school. This is not a conference about how to respond to the latest Ofsted Report, how to plan for the Creative Area of learning at Key Stage 2, how to manage ‘periodic assessment’, adopt Musical Features, hit targets or ‘level’ children. Instead, we will be looking at what lies at the heart of education: the relationship between the teacher and the pupil and what they together are learning and becoming.

CONTRIBUTORS :
  • Julia Flutter (University of Cambridge) ‘National and international perspectives on ‘pupil voice’’.
  • John Finney (University of Cambridge) ‘Whose music education is this?’
  • Felicity Laurence (University of Newcastle) ‘Another view of musicing in the school classroom’.

EARLY BOOKING IS ADVISED Limited places are available.

FEES Teachers: £25.00 Children, Young People and Students: No Charge This one day conference includes lunch and refreshments.

Julia, Felicity and John will enable the voices of children, young people and teachers to be heard together. They will share insights, and create new possibilities to consider. Topics arising are likely to include children/young people working with teachers as leaders-teachers; makers of curriculum; researchers; teacher trainers; and advisors on policy.

This talk is part of the Faculty of Education Special Events series.

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