Deductive learning of music for children
The aim of the deductive learning of music for children course is the development of the musicality based on the Music Learning Theory. The encounter between the musical attitude of each individual and the experiences of listening and musical interaction, activate sensory and psychic processes.
The Music Learning Theory has become and continues to become a reference point for the development of diverse and innovative educational and educational practices in the field of music education and also for the development of various proposals in the artistic field, musical and not, and in the field of the global development of the human being.
The target of the are all the teacher, music and instrument teachers, conductors and choir who intend to enrich, through the Music Learning Theory, their educational proposal addressed to children from birth to secondary school grade.
The Music Learning Theory is based on the idea that how the kids learn to speak they can also learn music. As for language, the fundamental basis is thought, for music is the Audiation, which is therefore considered as an indispensable premise for every conscious aspect of musical expression.
The teachers guide the children through direct examples, games and movements used to improve and help understanding and listening to music. The Gordon method takes up the idea of the Montessori method for which the teachers, in the first period, will not make requests to the children but will themselves sing and move trying to be imitated by the students.
During the course activities one day will be dedicated to a tour/visit of places, art and touristic cities (Firenze, Lucca, Pistoia, Pisa, Viareggio, Livorno, Arezzo, Massa e Carrara, Vinci, Montecatini Alto, ecc) museums or sports enterprices, tasting experiences and local tour.
- Groundwork of Music learning Theory.
- The preparatory audiation in the child from birth to 6 years.
- The development of audiation in formal education.
- The first approach to singing and the instrument