The Learning Renaissance

Music, Inclusiveness and Connected Learning

One of the best things about social media is in making connections with talented individuals who you would never have found through any other communication channels. For me one of those talented individuals is Phil Rooke.

Australian musician and educationalist Phil is passionate about the role of music in the curriculum, and not just for its content value, but for the wider impact of music in developing a holistic and inclusive learning environment. He is also passionate about democratising music so that the creativity it unleashes is available to all.  Read his Captivate With Music blog for more.

Here is a very good innovative music program in the UK at a Berkshire School.

I really like the inclusiveness – that all children receive the benefits of this program and that it’s not about identifying the ‘talented ones’ but more about connected learning…
How learning music improves our children’s abilities and raises their IQs | Daily Express


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Dazed and confused much of the time but convinced we can, as a species, do much better than this if we set our minds to being much more positive and productive towards our fellow humans.

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