EARLY YEARS MUSIC – Gordon UK, MUSIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Gordon UK is a new project about the Music Learning Theory of E.E. Gordon and its research. For the first time in London, the Gordon approach meets two teachers, Marta Noè and Tiziana Pozzo, with a passion for music education.
Gordon UK mission is to promote the Music Learning Theory in the UK and develop research about music for all ages.
CPD Training sessions with Tiziana Pozzo
One-to-one or small group sessions – available also on Skype:
- sharing regarding difficulties, challenges and doubts that may arise working in education and therapy;
- support in the planning regarding one-to-one or group music lessons in nurseries, primary and secondary schools – music therapy sessions with children, teens and elderly;
- body percussion;
- personalized activities;
- supervision by observation of videos;
- sharing of activities with goal and areas of learning;
- sharing of audio and video material.
Body music workshops for teachers and MUSIC EDUCATORS
Rhythm and voice in childhood – Body music for education and therapy
Alongside singing and body percussion activities that help the participant to develop rhythmic and musical skills typical of body percussion (coordination, improvisation, creativity and psychomotor awareness), there will be moments of reflection dedicated to the use of body music in the didactic and therapeutic fields. This technique has been applied by Tiziana in education and music therapy, from infancy to adulthood, in different situations and contexts (learning disability, Down Syndrome, autism, deafness…). Through music and movement-based activities, will be proposed a collaborative and inclusive path to promote:
- the development of musicality through listening, singing, movement and the use of small musical instruments;
- the development of language through songs and musical games;
- expression through voice and different types of movement;
- stimulation of executive functions (attention, memory, concentration, inhibition of impulses, flexibility etc.);
- the acquisition of rules of social behaviour;
- the stimulation of visual-spatial skills aimed at developing of the proprioception and the body image;
- stimulation of fine motor skills.