Asking good questions (...)
Good Questions is about asking questions that get people thinking, and encouraging people to share their thoughts.
Questions are organised into Tools. Once you've been through the questions in a tool, you can see an analysis of your responses. And you can compare your results with other people's results by using Groups.
You need to log in to respond to questions. Have a look at the tools (sets of questions) to get started. For the moment, here are some of the most popular questions.
How do you support individual children's progression needs and desires?
Do you genuinely respond to individual learning journeys?
Do you put children and young people at the centre of their own education?
Can children access different families of instruments?
Can you motivate children's engagement?
Do you look for talented children, or look for how children are talented
Do you help children and young people to identify diverse role models and goal models?
Do you help to provide large-group music opportunities?
What is your definition of success?
Do you help learners to understand the diversity of excellence, and how it's measured?
Do you help to provide 1-1 and small-group music opportunities?
Do you help to provide performance & showcasing opportunities
How effectively do you identify opportunities with music industry?
Do you harness technology to support musical progression?
Do you invest wisely and sufficiently in technology equipment and skills?
Do you help to provide musical ensembles and collaborations across your locality?
How effectively do you work with relevant regional and national organisations?
How effectively do you work alongside local industry and public services?
How do you create the right environment for children's learning
How well do you build and sustain young people's motivation and commitment?