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Development of IB Learner Profile Attributes in Music

A quick overview of the Learner Profile attributes & how we might integrate them in one aspect of Diploma Music
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Nick Duirs

on 13 August 2013

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Transcript of Development of IB Learner Profile Attributes in Music

Development of
IB Learner Profile Attributes
in Music

"The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world."
The IB intends for this goal to be achieved through the realisation
of the 10 Learner Profile attributes...
Inquirers
Knowledgeable
Thinkers
Communicators
Open-minded
Principled
Caring
Risk-takers
Balanced
Reflective
"It is important that
both
students & teachers
are able to refer to the learner profile attributes"
Our job:
to model these traits and to ensure students have
an opportunity to develop these attributes
Students:
need to be familiar with the attributes, understand them & should be aware of when they are realising them in & outside of the classroom.
Opportunities to address Leaner Profile attributes in Music Composition:
Example Student Composition: "How to Talk to Sharks"
Inquirers:
Research into genre, style, musical language & devices, artist models.
Thinkers:
Application of creative & critical thinking skills. Decision-making in the creative process.
Communicators:
Self-expression through the creation of valid and effective music. Communication of intentions to performers in rehearsal.
Risk-takers:
Students encouraged to develop a personal style and sound. Presentation of this to peers & public.
Reflective:
Course requirement to write personal, reflective statement relating to both Performance and Composition coursework
Balanced:
In review students recognise and communicate awareness of the combination intellectual, emotional and physical content present in the work
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