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We know there are benefits to sharing practice *online* specifically: Wider, national, community of support Learn from similar projects that may be far away Helps avoid reinventing the wheel Helps with reflective practice (through documenting)

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A word from our editor

  • We know there are benefits to sharing practice *online* specifically:

  • Wider, national, community of support

  • Learn from similar projects that may be far away

  • Helps avoid reinventing the wheel

  • Helps with reflective practice (through documenting)

  • Can help with partnerships, influencing & advocacy

A word from our editor

Musical Inclusion Evaluation & Networking


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A word from our editor

But we know it’s not easy. So we have plans to help you, starting today, involving:

  • Curating: finding what can or might be shared

  • Themes/topics: identifying useful themes and topics

  • Editing: working with some of you directly to develop materials

  • Connecting: helping those with similarities to connect – see WLTM wall at back


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  • Things you may have brought with you:

  • ONE SUGGESTION – what you’d like to see developed as a Musical Inclusion resource

  • ONE PRACTICE-SHARING RESOURCE – template, practice write-up, case study etc …. OR

  • LET US KNOW SOMETHING YOU HAVE, but may need more work

A word from our editor

Musical Inclusion Evaluation & Networking


The power of networks

The power of networks

“As knowledge becomes networked, the smartest person in the room isn’t the person standing at the front lecturing us, and isn’t [even] the collective wisdom of those in the room.The smartest person in the room is the room itself: the network that joins the people and ideas in the room, and connects to those outside of it.

Our task is to learn how to build smart rooms — that is, how to build networks that make us smarter.” [AND STRONGER]

David Weinberger internet specialist, (Clue Train Manifesto)


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