The Learning Corner
Welcome to The Learning Corner, a members-only space that we plan to fill with free resources to help grow your capacity to deliver high-impact musical education programs.
Photograph Courtesy of Artists in Healthcare Manitoba
Help the Music for All Alliance build The Learning Corner. Do you or your organization have tools or resources to share with the group? Send them to the Music for All Alliance and we’ll include them in the Learning Corner. We are currently developing the ability of members to upload and download helpful documents and tools.
Here are some examples of tools and resources that can be used and shared…
Program Development & Implementation
“How-to” guides, project management templates, program marketing resources etc.
Logic models, stakeholder consultation resources, tools for collecting feedback and data etc.
The Canadian Network for Arts and Learning has an Assessment Handbook for Arts and Learning
Proposal-writing resources, including “how-to” guides and templates
Sample policy manuals, board development resources , financial policies , business/feasibility plans, continuity (risk management) plans, information technology resources
Sample HR policies, job applications and descriptions, workshops, performance review templates, orientation plans, training and development resources, sample contracts
Key reports and research on benefits of music education
Hill Strategies is an excellent source for Canadian research and for brief reports on studies and reports from around the world.
The International Federation of Arts Councils and Cultural Agencies is also an excellent resource spanning many countries and available in 3 languages
Everything We Know About Whether and How the Arts Improve Lives, Createquity, December 2016
Assessing the Impact of Choral Music Concerts (June, 2016, Chorus America National Study)
ImagineNation: the value of cultural learning, Cultural Learning Alliance (U.K.), January 23, 2017
Tools, Apps etc.
Adaptive Use Musical Instruments (AUMI) software interface enables people who have very limited controlled (voluntary) movement to independently engage in music making.