Inclusive Instrumental Teaching: What is it and how do we do it?
A whole day, in-person training event for instrumental and vocal teachers who teach in whole classes, small group and one to one settings
The day will be led by various experts in this field, mixing practical suggestions with elements of learning theory with a space for sharing ideas and reflecting on current practice.
What will be included?
- Warm-ups and creative activities including improvisation and composition
Learn an expanded toolbox of failsafe activities that promote inclusion
- Communication skills and teaching environment
Explore multiple approaches to communicating in a variety of contexts
- Addressing challenging behaviours and empowering pupils who are neurodiverse and/or have specific learning impairments
Gain an understanding the Social Model of Disability and Non-Violent Communication, and how it can be implemented in the classroom
- Choosing and using resources, including technology
Explore teaching resources, instruments and technological solutions that are available to you and your pupils
Book your place now!
- Wednesday 13 March, 9.30am–4.00pm
Beaumanor Hall, Loughborough LE12 8TX
- This training is supported by MEHEM and is free and open by all across the UK. it is targeted at instrumental and vocal teachers who teach in whole classes, small group and one to one settings.
- A hot lunch is included