STIMULATING LEARNING THROUGH MUSIC IN THE EARLY YEARS
A workshop for Early Childhood and Junior Primary teachers.
Interstate presenter Hilary Price-Keegan will take you on a journey through songs and musical activities to develop learning for babies, toddler, pre-schoolers and foundation years.
Using a Kodály inspired program of sequential songs and activities, Hilary will share the importance of song selection and pedagogy in creating a spiral curriculum that is appropriate for each stage of developmental learning in the early years.
Come and join us for a workshop of practical games and activities for musical skill building in the Primary Years. Demonstrations of core repertoire, explicit teaching sequences with references to Australian Curriculum.
Featuring local presenters Adrienne Cullity, Kirsty Sims and Gaby Freer.
For further details: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Gaby on 0405066469
AKC Primary Level 1
Registrations now open
AKC Level One Primary.
Registrations are open for Full Time (certificate), Part-time (or audit) and tertiary students.
Attention: Primary Music Teachers, Performing Arts Teachers, Pre-service teachers and Primary Class Teachers. We are pleased to have Susan Searle from Victoria as guest presenter for the AKC.
- What: AKC Level One Primary.
- Dates: 7-11th January, and, 14th - 18th January, 2019
- Where: Held at Tabor Music, 68 Greenhill Rd Wayville
- Subjects: Methodology, Teaching Practicum, Song Materials, Conducting, Musicianship, and Choir
- Details: www.kodalysa.com
- Contact: email@example.com, ph 0411 343 576
This course provides pre-service and current classroom and studio music teachers with the skills and knowledge to deliver a sequential, cumulative, developmental and aural-based music curriculum. The AKC is the only Australian fully accredited and nationally recognised program of teacher training in the Kodály approach. In 2019, South Australia will offer Primary Level One. The curriculum for this award has been modelled on outstanding international Kodály programs and adapted to suit the needs of Australian educators. It is comprehensive, rigorous and involves a mixture of both hands-on (practical) and lecture style tuition.
This will count as a Tabor Undergrad subject.
See Kodaly SA website for more details or Kodaly National Website for curriculum details.
Enquiries: 0411 343 576 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
COST: Level 1 Primary $1100; Full time student or Audit; $600
Kodály SA is celebrating 40 years! Learn about how the Kodály methodology has changed over the 40 years and is still alive and relevant in today’s music teaching. Join in learning festive songs and singing music from a range of cultures.
Plenty of resources will be provided including links to the Australian Curriculum & AITSL Standards.
Our AGM with special celebrations will also take place.
COST: Members $35, Non members $65, Full time students $20
“My Body Loves to Sing”
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR EARLY LEARNING TEACHERS OF CHILDREN ages 3-8 (pre-school to years 1 and 2)
Music activities: Practical and engaging ways to develop body awareness through musical activities. Participants gain a greater understanding of the power of music to address the outcomes of the Early Years Learning Framework as well as AC Foundation years towards the whole development of the child.
Musicianship: Improve your confidence in sight singing and your aural awareness the Kodály way.
Network: Share experiences with other teachers over truly scrumptious morning tea.
Receive: Detailed notes on sequenced methodology and repertoire to help your lessons flow.
Resources: A variety of useful teaching resources are available. Payment by cash/cheque/direct debit/school
Payment by cash/cheque/direct debit/school
Members: $35 Non-Members: $65 Full time student: $20
Developing the 'all-rounded' musician.
We will have focused electives for primary, middle school and lower secondary
Guest presenter:Christine Storey from (Vic)
- Performing Arts
- Middle School and Secondary Years
- Up skill - Singing, Playing, Conducting, Technology,
- Music as an elective of choice
- Benefits of studying music long term
- Australian Curriculum
- Lots of resources will be provided
Due to clash with ASME Workshop
The AKC is the only Australian fully accredited and nationally recognized program of teacher training in the Kodály approach. It was established some 20 years ago and during this time over 150 teachers have successfully completed the requirements. The certificate is normally completed over three years of part time study. More information on the AKC page.
MULTICULTURAL MUSIC WORKSHOP
Songs, lesson ideas, musical activities and Christmas music. Ideal for Music and Performing Arts teachers. Booklet of resources will be given. Our AGM will also take place during morning tea. Professional Development Certificate provided aligned to the AITSL standards.
Jennifer Teh is the founder and Director of Hush Little Baby Early Childhood Music Classes and has been teaching music for fourteen years. She strongly believes that music and singing should be a part of every child’s life. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Education from the University of Queensland as well as an Australian Kodaly Certificate in Primary Music Education. Accolades include an Australian Government National Award for Quality Schooling and a Queensland College of Teachers Excellence Award. Throughout her career, Jennifer has taught music to babies, toddlers, children, teenagers and adults, both in Australia and internationally. Through her community early childhood music classes she facilitates interaction between caregiver and child through music.
Featuring guest presenter David Banney(NSW)
Composer, Music Educator and Conductor
A past winner of the ABC Young Conductor of the Year Award, David has conducted many of Australia’s leading orchestras and ensembles, including the Queensland Symphony, the Queensland Philharmonic, the West Australian Symphony, the Canberra Symphony and Opera Queensland.
David is the Artistic Director and violist of the Christ Church Camerata, based at Newcastle’s Christ Church Cathedral. His compositions include orchestral, choral and chamber music. David’s deep interest in children’s music education was inspired by meeting Géza Szilvay, the great Hungarian violin pedagogue and creator of the Colourstrings curriculum.
He has spoken at numerous conferences in Australia, New Zealand and Europe on the subject of music education, and is a lecturer in musicianship, conducting and violin pedagogy for the Australian Kodály Certificate. David is a past Vice President of the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia.
Registration inquiries: Margaret Lange
Phone: 0411 343 576
Term 1 Music Workshop: Choral Conducting and Repertoire
A great morning to inspire your teaching. A workshop filled with ideas, songs, resources, and helping you to establish the art of conducting.
Guest presenter: Jonathan Bligh
At our final workshop for the year teachers and participants from the 2016 Australian Kodály Certificate Course will share examples of Kodály pedagogy that have been successful in their classrooms.
Come and celebrate the end of year with us and gain some successful classroom activities This workshop is best suited to educators of primary age students.
AGM at 11am