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The Sounds of Intent project : modelling musical development in children with learning difficulties

By: Ockelford, Adam.
Series: Tizard Learning Disability Review 20 (4) :179-194. 2015Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | CHILDREN | YOUTH | MUSIC | DEVELOPMENTAL ASSESSMENT | SOUNDS OF INTENTSummary: Sets out the current status of the Sounds of Intent project, and explains some of the theoretical thinking that has underpinned its development over a period of 12 years. Sounds of Intent is the first research project in the world to focus on the musical development of children and young people with learning difficulties, and makes the first attempt to set out how this may occur. Since its public launch in 2012, the Sounds of Intent web site has had over 4,000,000 unique hits, with over 500,000 downloads of resources, from people all over the world. It currently exists as an online resource that offers practitioners a framework for assessment (with an online recording tool), information and downloadable resources.
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Sets out the current status of the Sounds of Intent project, and explains some of the theoretical thinking that has underpinned its development over a period of 12 years. Sounds of Intent is the first research project in the world to focus on the musical development of children and young people with learning difficulties, and makes the first attempt to set out how this may occur. Since its public launch in 2012, the Sounds of Intent web site has had over 4,000,000 unique hits, with over 500,000 downloads of resources, from people all over the world. It currently exists as an online resource that offers practitioners a framework for assessment (with an online recording tool), information and downloadable resources.

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