Tips for dealing with ‘concentration fatigue’ during the Coronavirus crisis.
Ways to make our digital world more accessible – the Closed Captions edition
Photos from the latest DMLab event in London, including the Third Thumb and Jo-Anne Cox’s Defiant Journey cello show.
This 15 minute film is part of the five ‘Best Practice’ case studies made to accompany the 2012 Ofsted report into Music Education (‘Music in schools: wider still, and wider’)… […]
In Autumn 2011, DM Education carried out a nationwide consultation into disabling barriers to formal music education. The consultation findings are posted here in the ‘Experiences’ section of the DM […]
Like many I suspect, my first question about the small, Worcester-based charity ‘Snoezelen’ was ‘What does Snoezelen mean?’ The word – a mix of two dutch words for sniffing and […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]