Supervised Practice in Myanmar

Posted in Projects on 3rd July 2019

Since 2012, we have occasionally assisted music therapist Tsvia Horesh with her own skill-sharing project benefiting local teachers in Myanmar and at the beginning of this year, we worked with Tsvia to adapt the Practical Assignment component from our Distance Learning Programme so that together we can provide support for the local staff continuing to use music from afar. 3 local teachers have now started receiving our support and they will be running 8 weekly music sessions with a small group of children soon. We are looking forward to how they are getting on with their music sessions!

 

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