Learn With Music in Business Review Romania (2016)

Daniela Toma (Daisy) – directorul programului Learn With Music: o metoda ineractiva de invatare a limbii engleze prin muzica, joc si micare, model preluat pe baza metodologiei The Music Class Inc® SUA, a acordat un nou interviu revistei Business Review in luna Februarie 2016. In articolul publicat Daisy povesteste despre provocarile intalnite, dar si despre beneficiile acestui program non-formal si popularitatea de care se bucura, feed-back-ul participantilor fiind majoritar pozitiv.

Iata o parte din intrebari si raspunsuri:

How did you enter the Romanian business scene and when?

For eight years I worked as a teacher within The Music Class program in the United States. When I came back to Romania, I thought that there was a need for an interactive program for learning both English and music for children between four months and six years. [...]

Why did you decide to launch such a business in Romania?

The idea of starting the project came from my personal experience, having benefited from the American know-how in the field. I also noticed that there were no such initiatives on the Romanian market. Despite the fact that learning English represents a goal in many private and state-owned educational institutions, I think that interactivity is the most important thing when a small child starts to interact with a foreign language. Pam Pam is an ambitious project that I thought about considerably before launching last year. I realized that a theatre piece for kids needs to have an educational part as well. Children learn easier when they are involved in the artistic act.

Va invitam sa cititi restul interviului accesand link-ul:
http://www.business-review.eu/sidebar-featured/business-with-a-tune-how-music-is-shaping-non-formal-education-in-romania-97524

12705512_10153944597350480_3239524852560108214_n

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>