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Learning How To Read Music Online
Learn how to read music online with our Science of Language workshop.
In today’s classroom, young people are taught how to read languages, computer programs, and scientific papers through written textbooks. But what about the ear, the brain, and body? What if these opportunities don’t happen at the same time? And what if the books do not offer as much breadth and depth as literature in languages and cultures that may be unfamiliar? While global curriculum materials have become increasingly available, there is still room for improvement. Through our new classes in music and literature, we aim to examine the intersection of written texts and musical styles. With our talents and backgrounds in teaching science and arts education at three middle schools in Chicago, our flexibility in teaching disciplines has allowed us to create a welcoming environment in which everyone is welcome—young people, music teachers, parents, and teachers.
Based on the principles of music education, we leverage the materials that are already available, cutting down on the steps and complexity. We conduct a minimum amount of research to ensure that both the children and adults taking our online courses are in an enriched learning environment. We record these classes as audio so that they can be used to generate materials that may otherwise not be accessible to young people. All lessons and materials are interactive, and we have acquired licenses for many of the academic resources for supplemental reading. We also have licensed original works and acquired finished works written by extremely talented young musicians that can engage young students, teachers, and parents.
In this week’s lecture on the connection between language and music, we’ll explore learning in a digital environment. Join us for a fresh conversation about how you can get involved in creating innovative ways of improving access to teaching literature online and at school for young people in Illinois and beyond.