Voice use in the classroom

Although teachers have a job that makes huge demands on their voices, their training rarely equips them enough to cope with the rigours of their daily vocal activities. As a result, teachers are 32 times more likely to suffer from voice-related problems. Detailed guidelines for maintaining a healthy voice in the classroom, together with advice on what to do if things go wrong, make this an invaluable session for any teacher.

“Thank you so much for today. It was just what they needed and we all got so much out of it. It is a real skill to present a lot of complex information in a way which neither bamboozles the less knowledgeable nor patronises the more experienced! Thank you very much indeed for doing it so well.”

Local music service provider, Professional Development Day
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