Erasmus+ Courses

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What we offer

A.Mus.ED (PIC: 906836996 and OID: 10060645) organizes Erasmus+ Staff Mobility training courses that respond to the needs of pre-primary, primary and secondary school staff and Higher Education Institutions,  Our courses contribute to the professional development and skill acquisition of the target groups through the use of active learning processes and integration of arts in learning process. 

Through the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility training courses, we aim to:

  • support the professional development of people who work in education  and aim at improving their quality of teaching, training and youth work around Europe,

  • enhance educators to improve their quality of teaching 

  • inspire educators to use innovative teaching methodologies based in formal and non-formal education

  • raise the cultural awareness of participants

You can directly register in one of our courses here.

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Music at the Kindergarten

Music is a fundamental element in all peoples lives. Through music educators can mold children's souls and engaging children in early years on a daily music routine can bring amazing results in classroom. This course is designed for educators who teach babies, toddlers and preschoolers and want to engage more music making in their daily routine.

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Music in Primary School 

Music should be a joyful subject that usually ends up to be a nightmare for most teachers since they do not have the knowledge needed to teach this subject. Truth is that with appropriate guidance, teachers with no previous music knowledge can deliver a pleasant a joyful music lesson in primary school. This course is designed for educators who teach music in primary schools and want to improve their teaching skills or for teachers who have No previous music knowledge and they want to be able to offer music lessons to their schools.

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Music and Drama Techniques for teambuilding 

Cooperation, motivation and collaboration are some characteristics that every teacher wants to develop in the classroom. Through this course educators will have the chance to learn some techniques of group music making, rhythmic games, singing games and group body percussion that can easily be applied in classroom as energizers, icebreakers or even tools for learning and will lead to a great Team building in the class. 

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Recorder

Singing, Recorder, Ukulele and Bucket Drumming

Music making in classroom is really important. Students love making music. This course will give a step by step guidance to teachers on how to use simple instruments in classroom and guide their students to make music together without any previous knowledge. Playful methods that can engage every student to follow their own path in learning and develop their personal skills but, also to work in team with other classmates and reinforce the communication and cooperation skills of the students.  

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Students in Music Room

Teach with Music and Art! Ways of integration of music into curriculum subjects. 

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato

Can you imagine of a classroom that will be actively engaged with music on a daily basis? This course is designed for teachers who want to find out ways that will help them to integrate music into every curriculum subject and help their students to get all the benefits of music integration into their daily routines, 

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Inclusive Education and Music Strategies 

This course is designed for educators working at inclusive early childhood settings (3-8 years old) with and without prior musical knowledge. It focuses on the notion of disability as a social construct, the continuum of inclusion along with strategies and musical ideas that may enhance the implementation of best inclusive practices in the classroom.  

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Let's Play Music! How to create music ensembles in schools

This course is designed for educators who teach music in primary schools and they want to learn how to teach musical instruments and singing so they can create their music ensembles at the school. ​

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Clay Artist

Teaching History through pottery

This course is designed for educators who teach music in primary schools and they want to learn how to teach musical instruments and singing so they can create their music ensembles at the school. ​

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Music Class

Let's Play Music! How to create music ensembles in schools

This course is designed for educators who teach music in primary schools and they want to learn how to teach musical instruments and singing so they can create their music ensembles at the school. ​

                                                                                                                                                                     Find out more

Music Class

Let's Play Music! How to create music ensembles in schools

This course is designed for educators who teach music in primary schools and they want to learn how to teach musical instruments and singing so they can create their music ensembles at the school. ​

                                                                                                                                                                     Find out more