ABRSM is running an important teacher survey between 24 February and 27 March, as part of the latest edition of its established Making Music research series.
This is an opportunity for music teachers to contribute to a valuable piece of research, with the results providing a unique resource available to the whole music education sector and government.
One of the key aims of Making Music is to show the diversity of music teaching and learning in the UK. So all music teachers, irrespective of specialism and experience, are encouraged to take part and add their voice!
The ABRSM Making Music 2020 Teacher Survey has been updated to reflect the diversity of teaching and learning in the UK.
For the first time, we are asking teachers to describe their experience of working with learners with special educational needs and disabilities. This is a fundamental part of ensuring all learners can access music education, and more data is needed on how teachers are adapting their teaching practice to a wide range of learners. There are also more questions about the use of digital technology, including whether teachers are now creating content that they share online via platforms like YouTube.