Recreational Music Making Learning about RMM teaching is relatively new for many teachers.
What does RMM stand for?
RMM stands for Recreational Music Making
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We have 90 other meanings of RMM in our Acronym Attic
- Range Monitoring Manual
- Rapid Microbial Methods (Celsis, Inc.)
- Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries (New York, NY)
- Réactivité Moléculaire et Matériaux (French: Reactivity and Molecular Materials)
- Read Mostly Memory
- Read My Mind
- RealMedia Metafile (file extension)
- Rear Motor Mount
- Rearview Mirror Marketing
- Reclaiming the Mind Ministry (Edmond, OK)
- Redundant Mapping Module (Telabs)
- Regional Marketing Manager (various companies)
- Regional Medical Manager
- Regional Mesoscale Model
- Registered Medical Manager
- Relational Management Methodology
- Relative Molecular Mass
- Relevé Mensuel de Mission (French: Monthly Statement of Mission)
- Remote Maintenance Module
- Remote Maintenance Monitoring
Samples in periodicals archive:
With a focus on research and education, YMWI is the only organization in the world specifically dedicated to developing and evaluating novel Recreational Music Making strategies.
Group recreational music making has been found to reduce burnout and improve mood states among first-year nursing students in an associate degree program at Allegany College of Maryland.
Following a tradition of live performances that can only be seen by show attendees, their guests and invited media during one of the largest musical instrument and products trade shows in the world, NAMM's All-Star Celebrity Jam promises to be an energetic event that will entertain as well as highlight the importance of recreational music making for all ages and talent levels.
Thanks in part to a generous grant from the NAMM Foundation, the National Piano Foundation is offering a limited number of scholarships up to $500 to MTNA-member piano teachers who are interested in and committed to learning more about Recreational Music Making (RMM), and developing an RMM program for their studio and/or their community.
As the program celebrates its 11th anniversary, more companies are supporting recreational music making activities for their employees and really embracing the fact that playing music at work relieves stress and makes for happier, more motivated employees.
This innovative evidence-based recreational music making program is offered through the Yamaha Music & Wellness Institute.
One of these annual scholarships in the amount of $750 is to be used specifically for Recreational Music Making (RMM) training, as presented by MTNA, and the other for furthering one's teaching skills through continued education and/or performance study in the amount of $1,000.