About Michelle Dhillon, Author at Rockhaq | Page 3 of 11
I’ve been waiting seventeen years for this moment.
That’s nearly two decades.
Obviously a lot can happen in that time. Relationships can start, blossom, grow and perish. A life can begin and diminish just as well. World wars can start and end. People’s careers can appear fruitless, moribund – but all of a sudden erupt to put them on a global stage, in front of the watchful eyes of millions of people.
*** This mission is now complete: The tickets were awarded to Ashton Bryan from South Nottingham College. You can read her Nicki Minaj live review in full here and she took another Rockhaq reviewer Khia Bianca, who also reviewed Nicki …
Team Rockhaq will be at the Nottinghamshire Music Hub launch event at The Minster School in Southwell, Nottinghamshire to show all local schools, colleges, teachers and students why Rockhaq is such an innovative and important educational platform for UK music education.
Team Rockhaq would like to say that we made the Nottingham Evening Post newspaper and website today – thanks to everyone for all your efforts and hopefully this is just the first of many more news stories to come! Some of you South Nottingham College students will be pleased to see that your inspirational music teacher Ed Whiteley has made a well-deserved appearance in the piece!
Can music really generate controversy nowadays? Can one song have a massive impact on an entire country, leading to outrage, mainstream censorship and even alleged fixing of it’s entry in the music charts? Some music can, and still does. A lot depends on timing.
To help students and teachers get to grips with the gaming, badges, points and rewards elements in Rockhaq, we’re posting an interview with one of our developers, Paul Gibbs. Paul is the brains behind a social gaming app we’re using called Achievements.
Mark Wong is a 19 year old BTEC Music Technology student at Central Nottingham College who plays guitar, bass and loves a wide range of rock music including Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. Mark is considered by some of his teachers to be one of the most able and dedicated students in his year. At first Mark was not interested in joining Rockhaq to write music reviews because he couldn’t see why it would be so interesting/engaging. The results have been awe-inspiring.
Boom! We’ve just done another full review of when our Rockhaq pilot students are logging in and a whopping 73% of you are now writing reviews on your blogs at home in your spare time. This is a 23% increase in four weeks and is pretty incredible stuff when most of you don’t need to be on here at all.