Music Education – Christian College, Geelong

1 May

It is through the experience of listening and appreciating the music of others that much is developed and learned for life. Music education encourages and develops students in many ways. While sharing God’s gift of music, students have the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of themselves, their peers and the world.

It is through the dynamic classroom curriculum from Prep to Year 12 that many benefits are realized. These include academic enhancement, personal development through creative expression, taking responsibility for their learning and commitment, development of coordination and fine motor skills, acquisition of self discipline and tolerance. Learning an instrument as an individual and then giving performances in groups with others also assists the development of self confidence, listening and speaking.

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