Masters in Teaching and Learning (Music)
Listen Imagine Compose now offers a Masters in Teaching and Learning, as part of its Continuing Professional Development programme for secondary music teachers. This is available nationally as a part-time, two-year programme, and is accredited by Birmingham City University. Learners can gain a Masters in Teaching and Learning or a Masters in Educational Leadership.
A one-year version of the course is also available, normally resulting in a Diploma in Teaching and Learning or Educational Leadership
Find out more on the main course page. Expressions of interest for the next course starting in October 2018 are now open.
Listen Imagine Compose hosts free, informal Teacher Network events throughout the year, offering teachers a chance to explore recent research, share personal experiences and to discover practical solutions to teaching composing within secondary schools.
Teacher Network Event (London) 17:00-19:30 Monday 12th November, Wigmore Hall
This event will be led by composer and educator Kirsty Devaney. Kirsty is currently completing a PhD at Birmingham City University investigating the assessment of composing in schools and was recently awarded the prestigious Anna Craft Award for research into ‘Creativity in Education’ from the British Education Research Association.
Places are free but must be booked in advance. To book your place, please go the Eventbrite page.
“I find that these sort of meetings remind me what it’s all about – why I love music in the first place!”
Joanna King, Head of Music, Queensbridge School