A year of Music EducatorsAgree, Queen Máxima present at meeting

A year of Music EducatorsAgree, Queen Máxima present at meeting

In the presence of Queen Máxima, those involved in the courses and education look back on the results achieved in the past year. Such as the teaching films made by students of the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, with which teacher training students from Hogeschool InHolland Haarlem, among others, learn basic skills for keyboard, guitar and percussion. In addition, online coaching programs were set up last year by students from ArtEZ Conservatory Zwolle for teacher training students from Stenden University of Applied Sciences.

Attention to difficult matters

Attention is also paid to matters that are still not going smoothly, such as the continuous exchange of expertise, the combination of music education and music technology such as electronic instruments, software and recording equipment and teaching programs that do not match each other sufficiently. The purpose of the meeting, in which students and children give musical performances, is to investigate how even more results can be achieved in the coming years.

Motivated for music education

With the signing of the agreement last year, also in the presence of Queen Máxima, the collaboration between teacher training colleges and conservatoires at national level is now fixed for another eleven years. By embedding music education in teacher education, the new generation of group and subject teachers is well equipped and motivated to provide music education.

The Music Education Agreement is an initiative of the National Consultation for Primary Education Teacher Training, the Music Network, the Pabo Music Teachers’ Network, Music Teacher Education Consultations and the More Music in the Classroom foundation.

By: National Education Guide

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