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  • Singapore kids "have done music" once they pass the GCSE.\nEverybody’s talking about the OFSTED report \nsays too few schools are involved in actually making music.\nTalking about music is like dancing about architecture.\n
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  • I wondered why OFSTED says kids aren’t making music.\nSo I looked at the Music Curriculum. Pretty daunting if you ask me.\n
  • Next, I looked at the USA National Standards\n
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  • First thing I'm going to ask you to do is stop thinking of yourselves teachers\n
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  • Project-based learning is not problem-based learning.\nMusic is not a problem.\n
  • Project-based learning is not problem-based learning.\nMusic is not a problem.\n
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