Designing the educational and learning behaviour based on gaming principles, that’s what Ludodidactics is all about. Ludodidactics focus on the student’s motivation and enjoyment of playing and learning: the game is on!


Creativity is essential in improvising and composing but equally important in performing music. In mix, we put creativity in the limelight of interaction and authentic expressiveness!


With the mix insight into diversity, we want to help you become more aware of the differences between your students. Mix offers testimonies, exercises and reflection material to get to work with the power of diversity.

Mix wants to make the cultural diversity of students visible and discussable in music class. By giving more recognition to the traditions, customs and cultural baggage of each pupil, all pupils can grow in their own identity.

A reflective attitude towards your own class practice is probably the most important.
Asking yourself what you are already doing well, what you are slightly doing and what you are not doing yet is a good starting point.
Stories from the everyday lives of music education professionals and pupils can be both a starting point and a source of inspiration, thus becoming the 'salt and pepper' in music class.


I like the idea of exploring other cultures with my students

Attention to detail

Some cultural homework

There is no one size fits all