Here are some Ideas from the participants from October 2018 Australian Curriculum Workshop in Brisbane. Thank you to everyone who was there and shared their ideas. Sharing is caring!!! These are under the headings of Composing, Performing and Responding.
These ideas came from the October, 2017 Crescendo Workshop based on the new Australian Curriculum. Here are some extra ideas contributed by the participants.
Notes from the Crescendo October workshop.
Notes from the October Crescendo Workshop.
Notes from the October 7th workshop.
Notes for: Music Foundation in Teaching and Learning L1: Prep to 2 by Tess Laird
Notes for: Music Foundation in Teaching and Learning L2: Yr 3 and 4 by Deb Brydon
Extra files for Music Foundation in Teaching and Learning L4: Yr 5 and 6 by Debbie O’Shea
Notes for: Music Foundation in Teaching and Learning L3: Yr 5 and 6 by Debbie O’Shea
Extra files for Music Foundation in Teaching and Learning L4: Yr 7 and 8 by Debbie O’Shea
Notes for: Music Foundation in Teaching and Learning L4: Yr 7 and 8 by Debbie O’Shea
Music Count Us In 2013. The slides from the Classroom Teachers Session given by Debbie O’Shea
Music Count Us In, 2013. The slides from the Music Teachers Session taken by Debbie O’Shea.
Thisis the last part of the notes. The real Part 3 (for those of you who were there – the funny answers to a test question) was too big to upload. I tried several ways – no luck! SO no giggles today!!!! I might eventually get them to you throuhg my newsletter and blog!
The first part of my notes from the session with Andrew Lang and Stuart Gillard in Maryborough, July 2013. What a fun session!!!!!
What is Responding. Notes by Rosa Curcuruto.
The slides from the 2012 PD!
Suggestions from participants from the Literacy and Numeracy through Music workshop run in 2011. Ideas include – What to do with a set of toy animals, How to teach/reinforce syllables, Publishing ideas, Number stories, Ideas for ‘Down by the Station’ and everyones favourite numeracy song/rhymes. Down load this great resource today.
Most effective teaching occurs through effective planning. Read this great tip for some hints on getting into routine.
These cards were used for group work in the Middle School Music Session in Maryborough 2011. Please feel free to use them, or the ideas, in your classroom. We sure had fun! Here is a PDF version of the Creative Cards in case you have trouble with the Publisher Doc.
These cards were used for group work in the Middle School Music Session in Maryborough 2011. Please feel free to use them, or the ideas, in your classroom. We sure had fun!
Ideas for Engaging Boys gathered from participants at the ‘Back to School’ Workshop – February, 2011
Ideas given by music teachers from the Back to School workshop – February 2011
Here is Carolyn’s great power point in the form of power point notes.
Here is the Power Point that Carolyn Harrod used in the back to School Workshop on February 28, 2011. This gave the particiopants a wonderful overview of where we are with Music Curriculum and pointed out for us the importance of Music Education in Early Childhood. I am sure there is some information here that […]
What is your favourite rhyme, song or activity for fostering co-operation? Here are the ideas from a group of enthusiastic Music Educators in Queensland!
These are the notes from a session with music teachers from Education Queensland on October 18, 2010.
An activity to work on the vocabulary within ‘Sing’ from the Music Count Us In Campaign 2008.
A fun Word Search that used the vocabulary within ‘Sing’. This would be great for your classroom teachers to help support Music Count Us In 2008.