Ringing the changes - but not yet in the curriculum

20th May 2005 at 01:00
(Photograph) - New ways of learning were practised last week by 176 pupils from all over Scotland who gathered in Dunblane for a session of bell-ringing, said to be the fastest-growing medium for music education in the world today. Its proponents argue that it "uniquely involves pupils in visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learning"

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