Music For All – Music As Mean Of Communication
The purpose of this course is to broaden the spectrum of teaching techniques and strategies used by music and classroom teachers and TA’s in SEN environments. It will cover looking at the inclusive ways of teaching, cross curricular impact and possibilities of using music as a tool for promoting wellbeing and communication.
This course is being run by Gabriel Kain, who is an SEN Music Teacher and Practitioner based at QE2 Jubilee School. He has 7 years’ experience teaching music to SEN students, covering a full spectrum of ages and abilities. His practice is supported by having completed a Trinity College Course in Early Years Music Education, and Nordoff-Robbins ‘Introduction To Music Therapy’ course. On a few occasions he presented and held Q&A’s at music conferences organised by the Tri-Borough Music Hub for Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham.
The workshop will be held at the Access and Inclusion Centre at the QEII Jubilee School W9 3LG on Monday 18th April, 9.30-12.30.
The cost of the course is £40 for all participants.