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‘Welcome to Music’ Professional Learning ‘Play’shops 2013


April 12, 2013

Welcome to Music Professional Learning ‘Play’shops 2013

Presented by Susie Davies-Splitter and Phil Splitter and joined with Heather Monro in Ringwood and Denise Gagne in Ballarat – *see below

Content:

Easy to teach new and favourite songs, rhymes, dances, musical stories and instrumental activities

Enhance learning across the curriculum

Utilise ‘Orff Schulwerk’ principles to inspire, excite and motivate children to remember, understand and love music

Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity

Build teacher confidence

Participate in active and enjoyable music making that is appealing and immediately accessible

Presenters

Susie is a music and movement educator, accredited Orff practitioner, jazz musician and award winning composer. Phil is a songwriter, performer, musician and educator. Susie and Phil have presented and conducted professional development for teachers throughout Australia and around the world. They have developed the very popular and award winning ‘Welcome to Music’ Series of CD’s, books, choral range, musicals and story books which is enjoyed extensively by teachers, parents and children of all ages. Last year they launched the not for profit organisation ‘Hearts in Harmony Community Music’ to help build healthy communities through inclusive music for all ages, abilities, faiths and cultures and to raise the awareness of the importance of active music making in schools and communities around Australia.

*In Ringwood, Heather Monro from Kids Music Company (www.kidsmusiccompany.com.au) joins Susie and Phil

** In Ballarat, Denise Gagne from Canada (www.musicplay.ca) joins Susie and Phil

Details

·         Suitable for: Primary classroom, primary specialist teachers and tertiary students

·         Date/s: All workshops take place between April to September on Saturdays except Bendigo

·         Times: 9.30am – 3.30pm

·         Locations: Bendigo (23/4 & 24/4 7-9pm) Hampton (11/5) Corio (20/7) *Ringwood (27/7) **Ballarat (3/8) and Hamilton (7/8)

·         Cost: $99 (Early bird rate) – includes morning tea, comprehensive notes, $10 gift voucher & certificate

For more information phone Janie on 1300 769 803 or janie@welcometomusic.net

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a3 From Page to Stage


March 17, 2013

From Page to Stage
Professional Development Workshop


Join Sally Gawley as she takes music from the page all the way to the stage in this exciting professional development workshop presented by a3 – australian arts alive.

Content includes:

·         Fun and achievable repertoire ideas including two take home pieces

·         Approaches to teaching

·         Simple choreography

·         Performance polish techniques

Presenter

Sally Gawley began her music career in the jazz department at the Adelaide Conservatorium and is now one of the Australian Girls Choir’s National Music Coordinators. Sally has taught voice to individual singing students at schools in Adelaide, Melbourne and Canada and has led choirs as large as 1200 – both trained and groups of non singers alike. Sally’s forte is bringing songs to life and creating performances on large and small scales.

Details

·         Suitable for: Primary classroom and primary specialist teachers

·         Date: Friday May 24

·         Time: 9.30am – 3.30pm

·         Location: Kew East Uniting Church – Normanby Road, Kew East

·         Cost: $220 – includes morning tea and lunch

·         Accreditation: This workshop is accredited by the Victorian Institute of Teaching

For more information or to download a registration form visit the a3 website or phone 03 9001 1879.

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An Integrated Expressive Arts Program: drama, dance, art, music

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: An Integrated Expressive Arts Program: drama, dance, art, music was written by Wendy Schiller and Ann Veale. Published by the Australian Early Childhood Association, 1989.

The arts are presented in an accessible way for the non-specialist, with advice about techniques teachers can use to support creativity in children.

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An Introduction to Music in Early Childhood Education

February 3, 2010

Go to resource: An Introduction to Music in Early Childhood Education by Joanne Greata is published by Thomson Delmar Learning, New York, 2006. This publication is a resource for teaching music in early childhood settings and sets out music activities according to age-ranges.

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Approaches to Approaches to Learning and Teaching – The Arts (Music) Level 2

March 8, 2010

Go to resource: Approaches to Approaches to Learning and Teaching – The Arts (Music) Level 2 outlines music standards and activities that could be incorporated in lesson planning.

The approaches are published by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority in order to implement VELS.

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Approaches to Learning and Teaching – The Arts (Music) Level 1 (Vic)

March 8, 2010

Go to resource: Approaches to Learning and Teaching – The Arts (Music) Level 1 (Vic) outlines music standards and activities that could be incorporated in lesson planning.

The approaches are published by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority in order to implement VELS.

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Approaches to Learning and Teaching – The Arts (Music) Level 3 (Vic)

March 8, 2010

Go to resource: Approaches to Learning and Teaching – The Arts (Music) Level 3 (Vic) outlines music standards and activities that could be incorporated in lesson planning.

The approaches are published by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority in order to implement VELS.

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ArtPlay (Melbourne)

January 23, 2010

ArtPlay is an arts centre in Melbourne that provides school and holiday programs for children and youth. Some of these programs are focused on music and each program is linked to the Victorian curriculum. The site also contains links to bookings and advocacy about the value of the arts in education.

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arts action

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: arts action, published by the Department of Education and Training (NSW) is a CD-rom created to supplement the NSW K-6 Creative Arts Syllabus.  It consists of lesson examples, work samples, and units, relating to music, dance, drama, and art.

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Arts Alive – multi arts online content for Oz teachers


July 19, 2013

http://www.artslive.com.au/

Multi-arts online lessons, videos and other free resources, produced by the Songroom.

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Boomerang Jam

January 24, 2010

Go to resource: Boomerang Jam by Susie Davies-Splitter and Phil Splitter, is published by Two Up Music Education, 2000. The publication is a collection of songs employing contemporary styles that can be utilised in the classroom. A teacher’s manual is also available.

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Catch a Song

February 3, 2010

Go to resource: Catch a Song: a developmental music program by Deanna Hoermann and Doreen Bridges, illustrated by Bruce Treloar, was published by Holmes McDougall Australia-Dominie, Brookvale NSW, 1988. This volume contains songs and activities suitable for early childhood and primary school students.

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Creating Meaning Through Literature and the Arts

December 21, 2009

Go to resource: Creating Meaning Through Literature and the Arts by Claudia Cornett (2006) is a textbook specifically for classroom teachers. It covers the integration of the arts throughout the curriculum and examines the four arts streams (Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Art). It is published by Merrill/Prentice-Hall.

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CUP DANCE lesson with MCUI song 2011


July 7, 2011

THIS IS SO COOL!!

An Orff-inspired plastic cup dance to go with “We’ve Got the Music” MCUI 2011. Thanks to Kristie Fudge (SA) for the free offering. The document also includes lesson plans for teaching the song.

click here for download link

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Dalcroze Australia

January 23, 2010

Go to resource: Dalcroze Australia is the official Dalcroze association in Australia and offers courses for teachers. Dalcroze Eurhythmics teaches music through body movement to provide a physical experience of music.  Activities cover improvisation and the use of solfege. The association’s events include conferences, workshops, and their site has links to more information about membership and events, as well as Dalcroze publications.

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Dalcroze Eurhythmics in Today’s Music Classroom

January 24, 2010

Go to resource: Dalcroze Eurhythmics in Today’s Music Classroom by Virginia Hoge Mead, is published by Schott Music Corporation, New York, c1994. The publication is recommended by Dalcroze Australia.

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free junior dance podcasts


February 17, 2013

http://thepegeek.com/2013/02/02/superb-junior-dance-podcasts/

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Galop – listening lesson plan


June 16, 2013

http://musicforschool.net/Lesson_Plan_-_Kabalevsky_Comedians_Galop.html

Kabalevsky’s Comedian’s Galop with fun and active lesson plan

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Goran Bregovic, Tales & Songs for Weddings & Funerals – Education Kit

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: Goran Bregovic – Tales & Songs for Weddings & Funerals education kit is provided through the Melbourne International Arts Festival site, and was performed at the festival in 2008. The kit, written by David Perry, is linked to the Victorian curriculum and provides activities about Balkan music, music-making, and creating. More kits are available through the Melbourne International Arts Festival website.

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Hands On Music Outcomes

February 4, 2010

Go to resource: Hands on Music Outcomes: a practical teachers guide to implementing the curriculum framework curriculum guides & progress maps joyfully in the classroom, by Sue Noonan, is published by Rossendale Press, Exmouth WA, 2005. This volume is intended for primary teachers and comes with an accompanying disc. It contains music activities and guides for assessment.

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Hungarian Dance movement & listening lesson video

June 16, 2013

www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHZD_scyYQc This is one of the best YouTube teaching clips I’ve ever seen. Play it to your primary class, copy the actions, then create your own movement ideas to Hungarian Dance.

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I Can (Cathy Blair)

September 21, 2010

Go to resource: I Can by Cathy Blair is a book of songs for early-childhood and infants students.Published by Heritage Music Press, 2006, the songs also have co-ordinated movement activities.

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Improvisation and Conducting

February 19, 2010

Go to resource: Improvisation and Conducting from a Dalcroze Workshop in Thailand 2008, run by Sandra Nash, demonstrates Dalcroze music and movement activities for music students of different stages. Sandra Nash is one of Australia’s leading teachers of the Dalcroze method.The video demonstrates exercises that link body gestures with musical responses, including improvisation and conducting.

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Integrating music into the classroom

February 4, 2010

Go to resource: Integrating music into the classroom, by William Anderson and Joy Lawrence, is published by Wadsworth Publishing, California, 1991. This text is for primary teachers and demonstrates how to integrate music with other classroom activities and curriculum. It is able to be used by generalist and specialist teachers, and introduces children to music basics. The volume contains over 150 songs, multicultural activities, and lesson plans for early childhood to primary stages.

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Integrating the arts: twelve school-based experiences

February 2, 2010

Go to resource: Integrating the arts: twelve school-based experiences, published by the Department for Education and Children’s Services, SA, 1997, gives twelve case best-practice case studies for the teaching of the arts in schools. The publication is relevant to teachers of Early Childhood (Reception) through to secondary school (Year 10).

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Kita Performing Arts Company (Victoria)

January 23, 2010

Kita Performing Arts Company is an ensemble based in Melbourne and operates throughout Victoria to present traditional and contemporary Asian music and dance. The company runs school programs suited to primary and secondary school students, and teachers notes about each of the presentations are available online. Workshops are also run for students and teachers that introduce Asian performing arts and provide activities for the classroom.

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Making Music Being Well – 16 to 22 May, 2011


April 19, 2011

Have you signed up yet to be part of Making Music Being Well?

This national initiative, which takes place from 16 – 22 May, is a collaboration between Music: Play for Life and the Australian Music Therapy Association and it’s all about a grassroots celebration of the links between music making and wellbeing.

When you register to participate – it’s FREE – we’ll send you event posters, stickers and brochures and you’ll get access to lots of downloadable resources including event planning and promotional tips. How you participate is up to you.

The best way to be involved is to take something you may already have planned for that week and hitch it to the national wagon of Making Music Being Well 2011. You don’t have to do something on every day during the week – one event is enough. Your event will be outlined on the MMBW website and you and your group members or students will be helping to shine the national spotlight on an important fact: music is good for you!

Here are a few ideas based on previous years: Open the doors to the community for your rehearsal that falls within the MMBW week and turn it into a free performance. Take your choir or group to a nursing home, hospital or school. Organise a big sing at your workplace. Turn a school assembly into a musical celebration and tell students and parents about the value and benefits of making music. Convene a drum circle in your school playground. Run an open mic session at your local pub or club. Organise a gathering of community music leaders and organisers in your area and discuss how you could pool resources and share skills.

Register to be part of it at www.makingmusicbeingwell.org.au

AND … don’t forget – registration for our biggest school music initiative, Music: Count Us In, opens soon too!

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Merrily, merrily: a book of songs and rhymes for babies and young children

February 4, 2010
Go to resource: Merrily, merrily: a book of songs and rhymes for babies and young children, compile by the Nursing Mothers’ Association of Australia, and illustrated by Lois Molina, was published in Nunawading, Victoria, 1983. This volume contains appropriate songs, games, rhymes, and music activities for the early childhood stage.
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Music Education at About.com (USA)

February 9, 2010

Go to resource: Music Education at About.com (USA) is a listing of lesson plans submitted by teachers and endorsed by academics.The lesson plans are for various age groups and stages of students. There are also links to specific subject/genre areas, for example, 80s music.

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Music Education in Primary Schools

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: Music Education in Primary Schools, written by Graeme Askew, published by Education Australia (1993), this resource is for students and teachers, and incorporates Kodaly and Orff methods. Planning, implementation and evaluation of programs and musical activities ideas are included.

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Music Express

February 4, 2010

Go to resource: Music Express: lesson plans, recordings, activities, photocopiables and videoclips, is compiled by Patricia Scott, Sheena Roberts, Maureen Hanke, Sue Nicholls, Alison Dexter, Helen MacGregor, and Emily Haward, and published by Blake Education, NSW, 2005. This series covers the teaching of music from early stages through to upper primary levels. CDs and CD-ROMs accompany the series. The activities in the series are tied to national goals and outcomes for arts in schools.

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Music in childhood: from preschool through the elementary grades

December 21, 2009

Go to resource: Music in childhood: from preschool through the elementary grades, written by Patricia Shehan Campbell and Carol Scott-Kassner. This is a comprehensive textbook that covers a range of musical activities for inclusion in the classroom.

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Music in Education by Dr Bob Smith

February 4, 2010

Go to resource: Music in Education is a website established by Dr Bob Smith, a retired teacher and author of Creative Musical Experiences. The site contains music resources, advice about specific publications, and information about music teaching experiences. There is a helpful list of classroom instruments and advice about using instruments in the classroom, including health and safety.

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Music Lifesavers

February 21, 2010

Go to resource: Music Lifesavers by Nita Temmerman and Graeme Askew, was published by Ashton Scholastic, 1990. This series of books contains activities for preschoolers through to primary students.

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Music Room

February 21, 2010

Go to resource: Music Room, by Rob Fairbairn, Mark Leehy, and Kevin O’Mara, and published by Bushfire Press, consists of six levels for primary students. Each text covers musical concepts, music around us, and music performance. The volumes come with CDs and videos/CD-rom, and web support is also available.

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Music, movement and the young child

January 24, 2010

Go to resource: Music, movement and the young child, by Heather Gell, is published by Australasian Publishing Company, Sydney, 1973 (New Revised Edition). Originally written in 1949, with subsequent new editions, the publication is recommended by Dalcroze Australia.

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Razzamajazz

January 24, 2010

Go to resource: Razzamajazz by Susie Davies-Splitter, with Phil Splitter, is published by Two Up Music Education, 1996. The publication contains songs in contemporary styles suitable for primary school students, and comes in a kit form that includes a teacher’s manual and CD.

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Rhythm, Music & Education

January 24, 2010

Go to resource: Rhythm, Music & Education by Emile Jaques-Dalcroze, published by the Dalcroze Society, London (originally in 1921) sets out the Dalcroze methodology for music education.The publication is recommended for teachers by Dalcroze Australia.

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Rhythmic Workshop Part 1

February 19, 2010

Go to resource: Rhythmic Workshop Part 1 from a Dalcroze Workshop in Thailand 2008, run by Sandra Nash, demonstrates Dalcroze music and movement activities for music students of different stages. Sandra Nash is one of Australia’s leading teachers of the Dalcroze method. The video demonstrates exercises that assist with internalization of rhythm, using the body and body actions as the instrument.

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Rhythmic Workshop Part 2

February 19, 2010

Go to resource: Rhythmic Workshop Part 2 from a Dalcroze Workshop in Thailand 2008, run by Sandra Nash, demonstrates Dalcroze music and movement activities for music students of different stages. Sandra Nash is one of Australia’s leading teachers of the Dalcroze method. The video demonstrates exercises that assist with internalization of rhythm, using the body and body actions as the instrument.

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Sibelius Groovy Music

February 4, 2010

Go to resource: Sibelius Groovy Music is a software program that assists with teaching music to five to eleven year old students. The program can be used by generalist and specialist music teachers. Additional resources are available to support the software including lesson plans, stickers, charts etc.

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Sing and Dance Around the World (Greg Gilpin)

September 21, 2010

Go to resource: Sing and Dance Around the World is written by Greg Gilpin and published by Heritage Music Press (2006). The collection includes songs, with their traditional dances, from international places, as well as information about each country’s culture and people. The pages within the publication can be reproduced.

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Song to Sing – Archie Roach


January 20, 2013

www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2c7zk8Grp8 A great new song by Archie Roach about the healing power of singing and song-writing. Play the clip to your class, and have them devise 3 different movements: slow section (beginning), upbeat chorus, and gospel groove at the end. Older students might talk about the message / story behind the video clip.

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Sydney Symph PL video

April 7, 2013

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr4jR87dDQc&feature=youtu.be Lots of short clips from Sydney Symphony’s teacher training sessions and school concerts – lots of teaching ideas in the video.

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Sync or swing

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: Sync or swing is published by the NSW Department of Education and Training and provides support for teaching music K-6. It includes an audio CD, and ties in with the Creative Arts syllabus (NSW).

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Teachers on the Web (TOTW) – Creative Arts Lessons

February 9, 2010

Go to resource:  Creative Arts lesson plans posted by teachers – some links no longer work. Each teacher has 10MB free web space to post resources online for others to view and use. The site is hosted by the Australian Council for Computers in Education.

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The Black Arm Band: dirtsong – Education Kit

January 22, 2010

The Black Arm Band: Dirtsong was a work performed at the 2009 Melbourne International Arts Festival. There is a free Education kit available here. The second half of the activities are specifically Music-related, while the first half are Arts and literacy-related.The education kit was prepared by David Perry and is linked to the Victorian curriculum. It contains music activities centred around Indigenous and Australian pop songs, and also explores the didgeridoo. More kits are available through the Melbourne International Arts Festival website.

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The Black Arm Band: Hidden Republic – Education Kit

January 22, 2010

The Black Arm Band: Hidden Republic was a work performed at the 2008 Melbourne International Arts Festival. This education kit on the Indigenous band has been prepared by Elizabeth Exintaris, and is linked to the Victorian curriculum. The music activities within this kit include the study of Indigenous music, music-making and creating, and analysis. More kits are available through the Melbourne International Arts Festival website.

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The Song Room

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: The Song Room offers music programs to school students, particularly those who have no access to music teachers, and disadvantaged students. Their aim is to create self-sustaining music programs in schools.Their programs include professional support for teachers, families, implementation of long term music programs in schools, partnerships with industry and community music groups, and research. Schools can become members of the Song Room and receive access to the website, resources, and training.

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Vocal-ease

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: Vocal-ease is published by the NSW Department of Education and Training and comes in 4 volumes. It provides a sequential plan for singing activities. A range of styles and genres are included. The program is designed for use in primary schools.

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VOSA – Victorian Orff Schulwerk Association


January 2, 2011

Go to resource: VOSA (Vic Orff Schulwerk Assoc) Resources, articles, ideas and lesson plans for incorporating the Orff approach to Music education (hands-on percussion and ensembles). Resources are split into two sections: Early Childhood resources (aged 0 – 8) & ages 9+. Also includes ideas for Music and movement.

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