Students will identify and write a short blog piece about one of the issues from the Victorian Music Workshop.
Students must comment on at least two posts by your peers.
Further comment is invited from anyone who uses this ANZARME website.
Our aim is to make discussions more open and relevant to students.
The current low status of music in many schools means that appropriate accountability measures do not often exist.
Partnership development between school and community groups, including arts groups, individual musicians and industry can benefit music education practice.
There is a need for continuing teacher support for music in Victorian schools if students are to have access to quality music education
Ensuring that music technology is actively included in the music curriculum.
A significant barrier for the development of music education’s status and quality is its ability to secure time within the school schedule for students from K to Year 10.
A relevant, sequential and continuous curriculum that meets students’ needs is the core on which any extension of access to music learning for Victorian students must be based.