MUSIC TRAINERS FOR ADULT LEARNING.
MT-AL project aims at identifying innovative contents and methodologies to update music trainers profiles on new dynamics in using / exploiting / approaching music and on new techniques and methods to develop non – formal learning for adults with small or no music competences.
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Project general aim:
MT-AL project aims at identifying innovative contents and methodologies to update music trainers profiles on new dynamics in using / exploiting / approaching music and on new techniques and methods to develop non – formal learning for adult with small or no music competences.
Partners will share experiences in the field of training music trainers on new ways to use/ exploit/ approach music and on new techniques and methods to develop non – formal learning for adults with small or no music competences.
This aim will be reached by identifying best practices to be elaborated and tested within a pilot “Learning laboratory” involving small groups of music teachers and adult learners.
This pilot laboratory will be conceived to be not only a training initiative but also an opportunity to invole public and private institutions and fostering the dialogue with the local community.
Partners organisations consider music an effective tool for learning as :
- It can reach a large number of people.
- It creates an environment that is conductive to learning.
- It helps in overcoming social inequalities and in fostering cultural dialogue.
Thanks to these aspects music can be the basis of social inclusive activities.
Project specific aims:
Exchange viewpoints and best practices, and identify which kind of contents/approaches/skills and competencies could be provided to the training of music teachers.
Explore ways to create a sustainable, integrated structure after the project’s life-cycle and to promote larger co-operation among partners.
Organise a final “Learning laboratory” with the participation of music trainers and adult learners.
Disseminate the results of this experience through different channels including the European and national associations and networks they belong to
Second project meeting 12-13 March 2012 Hotel Josipdol , Croatia.
Fourth Meeting 25-26 May September Jezuicka 4 street, Old Town, Warsaw, Poland.
Fifth Meeting 10-11 December 2012, Gozsdu Udvar UNESCO Building, Budapest.
Sixth Meeting 11-12 March 2013, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Edinburgh Scottish Parlament.
With the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.