FIRST STEPS IN MUSIC – LISTENING. A FREE 5-day course online

Gordon UK – Music Research Institute is launching its first project!

FIRST STEPS IN MUSIC – LISTENING is a FREE 5-day course online that will help you to create a musical listening path with your students.

In the last weeks, Marta Noè and I have worked hard to prepare this training opportunity and we hope you’ll find it interesting!

You will find many tips on how to create a good environment for listening, and insights on the role of silence and movement in children’s musical learning. At the end of the 5th day, there will also be a special gift for you.

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MUSIC AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS

Creative Futures, in consultation with a number of research colleagues both in the UK  (Dt Kathrine Mason e Dt Alice Bowmer) and the US, undertook a pilot research project with children aged 3-4 years in a nursery setting to explore the impact of a structured ‘music and movement’ programme (completely speechless) on executive function skills.

The sessions are lead by Tiziana Pozzo and take place at Old Oak Primary School in west London, a typical inner London school with a diverse population that includes approximately 40% of children with English as an Additional Language (EAL), 10% with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and a further 20% with speech and language developmental delay or social delay.

The research evaluation will be conducted by Professor Graham Welch from the UCL Institute of Education, London.

In 2018 Music and Cognition research group was born formed by Alice, Katrine and Tiziana.


ITALIANO

Creative Futures, in collaborazione con differenti ricercatori provenienti da università inglesi (Dott.ssa Kathrine Mason e Dott.ssa Alice Bowmer) e statunitensi, ha diretto nel 2017 un progetto pilota di ricerca per esplorare l’impatto di un programma basato sulla musica e il movimento (senza l’uso di parole) sullo sviluppo delle funzioni esecutive in bambini di 3-4 anni d’età in ambiente scolastico.

Le sessioni sono state condotte da Tiziana Pozzo e si sono svolte presso la Scuola dell’Infanzia “Old Oak Primary School” nell’ovest di Londra, un tipico ambiente scolastico della capitale inglese caratterizzato dalla presenza di: bambini provenienti da diverse nazioni parlanti inglese come seconda lingua (40%), bambini con sostegno (10%) e bambini con disturbo del linguaggio o della socializzazione (20%).

La valutazione della ricerca è stata condotta dal Professor Graham Welch della University College London e l’Institute of Education.

Nel 2018 è nato il gruppo di ricerca Music and Cognition formato da Tiziana, Kathrine e Alice.


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