(LO1) To have acquired the ability to analyse, describe and evaluate specific musical group /complementary practice teaching techniques in written form and within an observational setting.
(LO2) To have acquired the ability to debate effectively on issues of group teaching and learning strategies, developing both independence of thought and collaborative approaches where appropriate.
(LO3) To have acquired the ability to communicate and use a pragmatic but informed approach to the practice of group teaching.
(LO4) To have developed an open-minded and responsive approach to new or previously unexplored areas of teaching, and demonstrate a willingness to engage with these within a group teaching situation.
(LO5) To have developed the capacity to draw on personal experience to inform sound pedagogical thought.
(S1) Communication. Listening and questioning, respecting others, contributing to discussions, communicating in a foreign language, influencing, presentations.
(S2) Positive attitude/ self-confidence. A 'can-do' approach, a readiness to take part and contribute; openness to new ideas and the drive to make these happen.
(S3) Self-management. Readiness to accept responsibility, flexibility, resilience, self-starting, initiative, integrity, willingness to take risks, appropriate assertiveness, time management, readiness to improve based on feedback/reflective learning.
(S4) Proficiency in Pedagogical Techniques.
(S5) Aural acuity.