發揮小組教學優點 Embrace the advantages of Group class Teaching
Musical Instruments Classes are usually delivered in a group class format. A small group is not set up for cost sharing and saving. Instead, we’ve found a lot of advantages in teaching young beginners as a group. Group class setting can reduce students’ pressure during lesson and encourage students to learn from each other under healthy competition, so as to consolidate what they have learnt. Moreover, “music social circle” can be built among classmates, who support each other along the music learning journey. Individual class is unable to offer the above advantages. We stick to the advantages of group class teaching on teaching strategies, course design, and outcome showcase.
系統及有效的教程 Rationale systematic and Effective Training
Musical instrument classes usually belong to the ECA spectrum, but, in fact, instrumental skills are as demanding as a practical subject, which requires systematic training and teaching materials to meet the expectations of schools and parents. We have set a seven-level learning modules, from beginners’ foundation to the Royal Academy of Music (ABRSM) examination system and the Central Conservatory of Music examination. Students may achieve specific learning goals throughout their six-year primary school life. Every school year, teachers assign each student to a learning module. The learning goals of individual students will be clear not only to the teacher and the student, but also the school and parents, who can objectively evaluate the learning progress together. At the same time, we also flexibly encourage gifted children to advance their level in less than a year so as to learn more and faster!