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One week to go! That’s all I can say.
The NZ Music commission made a great resource of a number of terms and phrases for using te reo in the music class room. Can’t wait to see them up around classrooms around the country.
Summary of some of the emails to 18th Sept 2020
General (for all Music Levels)
Feedback on NZWinds branded instruments was shared.
Adam Neely shared this video which has been doing the rounds amongst music educators around the world. It’s looking at Music Theory, Eurocentrism and white supremacy in music education.
A free licence for MusoPipe, a NZ-developed software which slows down audio, was shared.
Sean started a thread on the new NCEA standards. Do you have an opinion on what the 2+2 standard should look like?
Can a student collaborate with others outside of school for a composition/songwriting standard?
The National Concerto Competition closes on 9th October.
Junior music chat on Zoom – Wed 23rd Sept at 4pm, hosted by Ben Lau from Newlands College.
Working to support Māori students receiving music therapy, online Tue 22nd Sept. Hosted by Ruby Solly.
Music curriculum design for deep learning. Face-to-face Sat 17th Oct or Zoom Sat 24th Oct. Hosted by Dr Graham McPhail from Auckland university.
Popular music and semiotic analysis – a method for school educators. Face-to-face Fri 13th Nov, hosted by Mark Baynes from MAINZ in Mangere.
Creating Taonga Pūoro in the classroom. Face-to-face Mon 16th Nov. Hosted by Ben Lau from Newlands College.
After Hours music for a number of instruments in AKL.
Director of Choirs in AKL.
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