Step Up! Webinars for Music Educators

Enrich your teaching, or your music programme, by taking part in Step Up!, Drake Music’s 3 month scheme of learning and development for music education professionals.

Step Up! Webinars for Music Educators

About this event

Starts: Monday 27 January 2020 7:00 PM

Ends: Wednesday 1 April 2020 8:00 PM

Each month from January to April 2020 will see the DM Think22 team host a webinar on hot topics in music education, as well as sharing provocations, how-to-guides and other resources to support teachers, music leaders and music hub staff.

The free Step Up! programme will support the music education sector with interactive webinars on:

  • 27th Jan – Inclusion – the big ideas, unpacked – Book now
  • 25th Feb – Career development for music leaders – Book now
  • 1st Apr – Getting the best out of iPads for music – Book now

The webinars will be accompanied by a free online resource released in advance on the Drake Music website. Keep your eyes peeled for these in the new year. Follow our Music Education account on twitter to keep up with the latest news.

Everyone working in music education is invited to join in and be part of the conversation.

Book via Eventbrite to reserve your place and find out how to join in on the day.

Get in gear in the new year and get your music initiatives 2020 ready!

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Joy Stacey

Joy Stacey

Drake Music is the leading national organisation working in music, disability and technology.

Who we are
Drake Music is a national arts charity working across the UK. We have bases in Bristol, Manchester and London. We are a National Portfolio Organisation for Arts Council England and are also funded through Youth Music.

We have been pioneering the use of assistive music technology for over 20 years. This enables more people to make music.

In that time, we have developed lots of imaginative methods of teaching, learning, writing and playing music.

We are specialists in using technology to break down disabling barriers to making music.

What we do
Central to our work is the belief that everyone can fulfill their creative and musical potential, given the right opportunities.

We work where music, disability and technology meet to:

create opportunities and instruments that make music fully accessible
increase participation in music-making at all levels
build an integrated musical culture where disabled and non-disabled musicians work together as equals
Our skilled team has an excellent track record of developing and delivering outreach, training and education initiatives for disabled musicians of all ages and abilities.

We research and develop new accessible musical instruments and technologies to create more ways with, by and for disabled people to make music.

Our artistic development programme supports disabled musicians to progress their work and we offer training and consultancy for teachers, music hubs and other organisations.


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