Entwicklung von Musikkurse ohne Notenlehre für J..
Entwicklung von Musikkurse ohne Notenlehre für Jugendliche mit und ohne Behinderung
Start date: Sep 1, 2014,
End date: Dec 31, 2015
Music; for youths (with or without a disability) playing or learning an instrument is important for self-expression. It increases ones sense of well-being and plays a strong role in integration within society. Until now there are very few opportunities outside schooling hours (meaning within their own spare time) for young people with disabilities to learn a musical instrument.
We therefore wish to engage ourselves with this theme and develop music courses without the necessity of learning to read music. To do this we first have to realize the different disabilities and exchange ideas/opinions with experts. With teachers and Freelance workers we aim to develop various music courses, which suit the needs and abilities of the pupils, to be tried out in a school with children and youths with higher learning difficulties. This means development, adaption, record and document.
With our partners we wish to regularly exchange and try the different kinds of music courses developed.
The end of the project should result in music courses designed specifically for the different requirements and abilities of the children and youths wishing to learn an instrument
For one, there are the various music teacher and freelance staff who are involved in the development and are also involved in implementation.
20-30 children and youths between the ages of 10-20 years should benefit from the project, the results of which after some weeks of instruction in the school will be notified by the project leader.
This newly developed course will be recorded in writing and be available for all those interested. As we already have students in our different music courses with certain learning difficulties we wish to further adapt in order to make it possible for children and youths with disabilities to learn musical instruments.
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