The University of Tasmania are running online units in music:
Music Skills B is a beginner online music theory and aural unit from the University of Tasmania. Music Skills B assumes a basic knowledge of music-reading and will introduce you to the structures of music theory through notation and listening. Read more →
The Margaret Schofield scholarships offer generous support to students who have completed their schooling at a government school and wish to study music at tertiary level and make a career as a performer or as a composer.
All the information and application form is avaialbe here: http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/Pages/correspondence/notices/2016/notices2016.aspx#nov
Music Technology: iPads for Conductors, Arrangers and Studio Teachers
Date: Monday, 14 November
Presented by: Katie Wardrobe
Cost: $180 (members). $260 (non members)
Time: 9.30am – 3.15pm
Venue: Music Studio, Level 5, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, 234 Queensberry Street, Carlton
To register: www.amuse.vic.edu.au
During this workshop, we’ll look at Read more →
MUSIC RESOURCE DOWNLOADS
Recorder, Orff, Boomwhackers, BLMs, inst arrangements ,thematic units, musicals, basic skills, singing resources, dance resources … and more!
Go to the Bushfirepress Download Store http://bushfirepress.com/store/index.html
I've recently put together a free online training session for those wanting to know more about music tech ideas that work for Chromebooks and/or mixed devices (laptops, iPads etc).
The session is 60 minutes long and a certificate of attendance is provided to those that stay for the Read more →
MusicFirst is adding 3 months to annual subscriptions of the MusicFirst Online Classroom (MFOC) for school orders received by September 30, 2016.
Extra 3 months for purchases of the MFOC including any integrated software tools.
FREE 1 Hour training webinar exclusively for staff of each participating school. To be Read more →
We can cure the winter blues for you with some tried & true music games!
Yep – 25% off all our games titles till this Friday 5th August.
AND – 40% off if you purchase the bundle.
• 40 SIMPLE MUSIC GAMES
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Since the time of Pythagoras around 500 BCE, music and mathematics have had an intimate and mutually supportive relationship.
Mathematics has been used to tune musical scales, to design musical instruments, to understand musical form and to generate novel music. But what can mathematics say about one of the most Read more →
Special World, an international online publication for special education teachers, therapists and schools, has published a fantastic news feature on Arts Centre Melbourne’s Accessible Music Program, relaxed performances and overarching access program. UK journalist Sal McKeown interviewed our amazing music therapists Tanya McKenna and Joanne Rimmer in person when she was Read more →