Sat. 22 Feb 2020
Aimed at those with an interest in exploring strategies for supporting learning in music technology, the day includes one presentation followed by a series of workshops designed to build on attendees’ experiences, while introducing an education theory about effective ways to support collaborative learning.
Participants can claim travel expenses of up to £25 each for attending the event; email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a bursary form.
Liz Dobson is a co-founder and director of Yorkshire Sound Women Network. She has seen YSWN grow from a grassroots organisation to a Community Interest Company and understands some of the challenges faced by this process. Liz is also a music technology lecturer (since 1998) who has worked at Leeds College of Music and the University of Huddersfield.
She has delivered YSWN workshops for girls and women, managed projects delivering music technology education for girls (11+), and has her own practice in modular synthesis. Her PhD is in Education and social psychology of creativity and learning music technology. This experience and training will inform this day of skills-sharing and reflection.
This event is supported by Kirklees Council via the Leeds City Region Business Rates Pool.
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