The purpose of the Year 5 Immersion Virtual Conductor program is to provide the ability for our students to receive online training and mentoring from some of Australia’s best musicians and/or conductors. The project would provide the means to allow James Morrison, Richard Gill, possibly Andre Rieu and others, to run a rehearsal of the Immersion Concert Band or String Ensemble, or provide a master class for students learning a particular instrument. The project will use technology such as Microsoft Lync to remove the high cost and travel implications of engaging high calibre performers, conductors and educators to work with our students. Further to this, as this new technology will be mobile, many other departments would be able to utilise this resource to connect and collaborate with others from around the globe. Learn more information about this program within the document.
This session discusses the integration of music technology into VET Music programs and demonstrates the TPN VET teaching and learning materials that are currently used in around 100 schools nationally. The first half looks at the VET ins Schools sector, the arrangements between schools and RTOs, and also popular qualifications and units that incorporate music technology. The second half provides a demonstration of the TPN VET resources, and guides attendees through the program design process.
What is sound? What is audio, and what is the difference? What actually is dB and how do I explain it to my students? If these questions sound familiar then this webinar may help you! Music software is laden with terms, units of measurement and concepts that used to be the domain of audio engineers but now form part of the basic knowledge set for students of music and music technology. Learn more about the basic audio principles that have become inherent in teaching music technology, and simple strategies for explaining them to your students.
eLearning to extend music motivation and efficancy in Catholic Schools in Western Sydney. These session notes will demonstrate how the role of learning technology in an inclusive classroom strings program in Western Sydney is extending student motivation and musical learning across the school and home environments and establishing a culture of music performance. Learn about the String Things Program – opportunity for ALL students across a grade (usually grade 3, 4 or 5) to learn a string instrument in the context of a class orchestra and simultaneously understand concepts of music and improvisation.
Rhythmic dictation is a section of the VCE exam that is done poorly by many students. These session notes aim to provide students and teachers with tools to improve dictation skills using the iPad app "Rhythm Expert".
Children learn best when they engage through a broad range of activities. Antony Hubmayer finds that combining technology and group composition with his variation of the 'musical chairs' game can achieve tangible music learning outcomes. This document explains the idea that not only improves student compositional skills, but their ICT music skill development.
These session notes will take you through all the skills and strategies needed to assemble your own learning tutorial movies using the Mac Software ScreenFlow. The session will also demonstrate a constructivist influenced learning framework titled EMDCARE. The framework is based upon recent research into Music ICT pedagogy. The EMDCARE acronym represents the following stages; Experimentation, Modification, Deconstruction, Construction, Application Reflection and Extension. These stages support a creative approach to building knowledge and understanding through a guided process of learner exploration, discovery and application.
Enhance your teaching and learning, planning and student data collection. iDoceo is great for every music classroom as it is an electronic mark book and roll, calendar, lesson planner, resource centre and timetable – all in one place! Search this document for more information about this extremely beneficial application.
Studio Sessions is a contemporary ICT curriculum program for High School clasroom music. With multiple delivery options provided, Studio Sessions can be implemented to suit your schools' requirements. The 10 Session format can be completed intensively over one term or spread out over 6 or 12 months. Studio Sessions is a dynamic curriculum model encompassing teacher/student feedback and regular content updates to ensure the ongoing relevance of the program. Studio Sessions can be delivered within the classroom using keyboards, computers, iPads or recordable devices such as the JamHub. Each Session contains specialised instructional videos specific to your chosen hardware/sofware options. This resource provides you with a brochure with more information about Studio Sessions as well as a Program Overview example document.
Keyboard Evolution is a unique curriculum based music program for first year high school, which offers easy-to-implement solution to keyboard music in the classroom. It covers all the core elements and many of the key concepts of music understanding in a fun and relevant way for both teachers and students. It can be executed on most brands of portable keyboards or in a lab-style environment. There are two documents provided, one is a brochure outlining everything you need to know about this fantastic program as well as program overview document.