Creating music in classrooms using code teaches ‘risk-taking’ in next generation

Early research into new education practices that fuse computing with music-making shows they create “enquiry-rich” conditions that empower children to take risks, and allow teachers to build innovative cross-subject collaborations. New ‘learning pathways’ could help free future musicians from ‘locked-in’ hardware and fuel creative economy. —> Read More Here


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