During the first project year experts in integration of arts in school curricular subjects and in learning interventions targeting inclusion have been involved in the preparations.
They have established the pedagogical-artistic team of the project which cooperated with the academic personnel of the project team to document in detail
the training needs of the targeted teachers and
the learning needs of the targeted students.
Questionnaires and focus groups discussions focused on the integration of Music and Dance to enable rhythm-based learning interventions.
A joint staff training event (M22-23) will explore the integration of music and dance to enable rhythm-based learning interventions within the psycho-pedagogical framework (to support inclusive student learning).
The results of the training event will inform and guide the final documentation of the target groups needs to be the basis of the subsequent piloting.
Working days and output budget
Piloting in Viksjöfors
Emil Skogh and Katarzyna Pawlak will work with the 10 steps in the Curriculum piloting on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in spring term 2020. Nathan Duszny will cooperate with Emil when returning to Sweden in March.
- Janduary 14-15. Week 3. Project month 17.
- January 28-29. Week 5. Project month 17.
- February 11-12. Week 7. Project month 18.
- February 18-19. Week 8. Project month 18.
- March 10-11. Week 11. Project month 19.
- May 5-6. Week 19. Project month 21.
- May 12-13. Week 20. Project month 21.
- May 19-20. Week 21. Project month 21.
- May 26-27. Week 22. Project month 21.
- June 2-3. Week 23. Project month 22.
A summary will be made in June 9-10. Week 24. Project month 23.
Here is Elias’ PM with the 10 steps: COVENTRY FINAL_new
Here are films from the Viksjöfors School piloting.
The Swedish Curriculum suggests the involvement of Music/rhythm in many subjects:
Output leader: UCrete (GR) Elias Kourkoutas
This project rhythm4inclusion Erasmus+ ID 2018-1-SE01-KA201-039032 has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.