It was great to catch up with 35 teachers and Music Technology specialists in London a couple of days ago to discuss the 2017 A Level Music Technology course and how to effectively support our students, along with plenty of chance to share good practice. I’m convinced that this must set a record for the number of Music Technology teachers in one room together!
One of the things we talked about was how to link listening to theory and practice in NEA work – and the importance of a ‘wraparound’ approach to the course to help students understand how everything fits together for their final Component 3 and 4 papers to develop their AO4 skills.
James delivers training for a number of different INSET providers and is happy to visit schools and colleges across the country to support delivery of the course. Get in touch for more details! Please make sure you’ve got a copy of the notes from Keynote Educational if you haven’t received them yet.