How exactly do you arm students with the skills they need to forge a career in the music industry?
At Queensland’s Music Industry College, setting students up for a potent career in the music industry is an endeavour that’s integrated into all aspects of teaching and learning. Here we chat with principal Brett Wood about the school’s ‘real world’ approach to music education and why it is going from strength to strength.
This story appeared in the June 2016 edition of Australian Teacher Magazine.
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