ABRSM now offer a comprehensive set of guidelines on their website for candidates with special needs who want to take Graded Music Exams: Guidelines for deaf and hearing-impaired candidates Guidelines […]
Last weekend I was fortunate enough to attend one of the world’s leading Media Art Festivals, The Ars Electronica Festival.
Trinity College Music Certificate Exams assess a musican’s performance on a musical instrument. Music Certifcate Exams are more flexible and adaptable than Trinity’s Music Grade Exams, consisting of a performance […]
ASDAN (Award Scheme Development and Accreditation Network) offer a wide choice of flexible, activity-based curriculum programmes that can be used in a variety of educational contexts with learners working at […]
AQA (Assessment and Qualifications Alliance) offer an extremely flexible accreditation framework called the ‘AQA Unit Award Scheme’. The scheme includes scores of ready-made music awards, as well a system that […]
The Full Pitcher have produced music resources for MIDI Grid music software. MIDI Grid is accessible to disabled people using almost any means of computer access – switch, joystick, trackball, […]
The RNIB Music Advisory Service (MAS) is an information resource for people with sight problems. The MAS web-page contains information and advice on music education at all levels, from the […]
Based on extensive research and observations over 10 years, Sounds of Intent is an assessment framework for those making music with children and young people with learning difficulties (ranging from […]
WJEC’s Entry Level Music forms part of their wider ‘Entry Pathways’ suite of credit-based units. All Entry Pathway units sit within the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) and aim to provide students with […]
On July 19, 2011, Oscar Pistorius clocked 45.07 in Lignano, thus qualifying for the world championships and the London Olympics.