Sharing perspectives, knowledge and skills

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Wednesday, 16 September, 2015 - 16:02

It is important that the perspectives, knowledge and skills of musicians, early years practitioners and parents are acknowledged and respected throughout the project.

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It is important that the perspectives, knowledge and skills of musicians, early years practitioners and parents are acknowledged and respected throughout the project.

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Early Years practitioners

Early years practitioners:

  • have knowledge about children and how they learn
  • have knowledge of the community context
  • are responsive to children and have trusting relationships
  • are able to make connections with other learning
  • are used to and skilled at observing children
  • provide continuity between visits
  • have the trust of the children which enables the musician to enter their world and share and support their learning journey.

Musicians

Musicians:

  • are skilled at ‘tuning in’ to the music of others
  • have the ability to analyse and contextualise the children’s music
  • have the ability to respond musically and extend children’s musical ideas
  • communicate the value of music
  • bring musical instruments that are new to the children to the setting
  • perform sensitively and appropriately to and with the children.

Parents

Parents:

  • are children’s first and most enduring educators
  • are central to the wellbeing of their child
  • are equal partners in their children’s learning journeys
  • bring their own rich and diverse cultural and musical heritages
  • are often connected to the local community and the music-making that happens there
  • may bring specific musical skills to the setting.
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