2023 Conference Workshops

KEY:

E            Early Childhood
P            Primary
I             Intermediate
S            Secondary
ITM      Instrumental and Vocal
G           General

Monday 2 October

Workshop 1 

Monday 2 October, 11am

  1. Maria Kapa (E P)
    The singing storybook ‘Hei hei’s eggs’
  2. Hinekoia Tomlinson (G)
    The hononga between the body and the voice: an exploration of effective voice production for kaihaka
  3. Horomona Horo (G)
    Matauranga Maori
  4. Wiremu Sarich (S)
    Tai Orooro Tai Auaha – Tides of Vibration and Creativity – Collaborative Arts Project focused around Nga Toi Maori incorporating sounds and vibration throughout.  
  5. Sean O’Connor & Priya Gain (P)
    He Waiata Whakataukī: Hei ngohe korikori, kōrero, tākarokaro hoki – Waiata through traditional proverbs – play based activities. 
  6. Warren Maxwell (G) 
    Tūhono ki te Taiao – Connection to the environment

Workshop 2

Monday 2 October, 1.30pm

  1. Maria Kapa (E P)
    The singing storybook ‘Hei hei’s eggs’.
  2. Hinekoia Tomlinson (G)
    Waiata Maori and Vocal Health
  3. Wiremu Sarich (G)
    Tai Orooro Tai auaha – Tides of Vibration and Creativity – Collaborative Arts Project focused around Nga Toi Maori incorporating sounds and vibration throughout.  
  4. Sean O’Connor & Priya Gain (P)
    He Waiata Whakataukī: Hei ngohe korikori, kōrero, tākarokaro hoki – Waiata through traditional proverbs – play based activities. 
  5. Warren Maxwell (G)
    Tūhono ki te Taiao – Connection to the environment
  6. Christian McDonald (S)
    Composition & Collaboration through Wānanga

Workshop 3 

(For those not attending the Tangata Whenua Educators’ hui)

Monday 2 October, 3.30pm

  1. Graham McPhail (G)
    Workshop Design for Deep Learning
  2. Brenda Oakley (P I S)
    Harmony in Diversity: Fostering Culturally Responsive Practice in Instrumental/Vocal Lessons
  3. Hayley Hunter (P)
    A Taste of Orff: Sing, Say, Dance & Play
  4. Leon Gray (P I ITM)
    Easy, Fun, Physical: Musical Literacy teaching for the active classroom that’s EASY!
  5. Kristin Browne (E P)
    Te Ika a Māui resource
  6. Duncan Ferguson (S) 
    Recreating tracks for NCEA 1.1 – Beats Recreation task. In this session we will explore the technology and skills required to show students how to create music tracks in a DAW for the “Beats Recreation” task which was released for NCEA 1.1 – “Use Music Skills in a Music Style”

Tuesday 3 October

Workshop 4

Tuesday 3 October, 10.30am

  1. Anita Collins (G)
    Music and the Brain
  2. Megan Flint (P)
    Developing Musicianship in the Primary Classroom
  3. Christian de Sá Quimelli (G)
    Music & Science: improving student engagement through Art and Electronics
  4. Jeremy Mayall & Horomona Horo (G) – Workshop and performance with taonga puoro
  5. Mary Gentle (I S ITM) 
    “If you can’t beat them, join them”. Learning to use muse score and making your own music videos using synthesia.
  6. Helen Willberg (E P)
    Bringing Joy with Sticks Stones and Songs. Planning and resourcing a music programme in Early Childhood Settings (also appropriate for Junior Primary)
  7. Martin Emo (S)   
    NCEA Planning

Workshop 5

Tuesday 3 October, 1.30pm

  1. Chris Williamson & John Page (ITM)
    Overview of the ITM Programme
  2. Martin Emo (S)
    An overview of NCEA changes at Level 1 and 2
  3. Naomi Sunderland, Glenn Barry, Kristy Apps (G)
    The Remedy Project: Exploring First Nations music as a cultural determinant of health
  4. Belinda Carey, Trevor Faville & Victoria Thompson (S) 
    Presentation of Te Kura Rewrite: Back to the Future. Getting it write at Te Kura.
  5. Anita Collins (G)
    Insight into changes to the Australian Music Curriculum
  6. Maria Winder (E, P) 
    Catching a Song – Singing songs and saying rhymes with preschoolers is so much fun and is the best and most natural way for young children to develop and experience singing and so much more!

Workshop 6

Tuesday 3 October 4pm

  1. Suzanne Franken (E P)
    Music & Movement
  2. Karen Grylls (G)
    You Want Me To Conduct A Choir?
  3. Edith Poon (E P)
    What works in my classroom when nurturing musical and expressive musicians?
  4. Claire Coleman (G)
    NZ Curriculum Refresh – Arts
  5. Delysse Glynn (S)
    NZQA NCEA Music Assessment
  6. Martin Emo (G)
    DJ Workshop
  7. Duncan Ferguson (I S)
    Creating Songs with ‘found sounds’ and samples in Soundtrap. Using the recently released Sampler feature in Soundtrap we will explore making beats and melodies from environmental or ‘found’ sounds. We will also explore how paid and free software such as Logic and Ableton can be used by students. This will be aimed at year 7-10 age groups.

Wednesday 4 October

Workshop 7

Wednesday 4 October, 10.45am

  1. Ben Lau (I S G)
    How to apply Māori principles into your teaching practice
  2. Chris Williamson (ITM S)
    Instrumental Teaching Without Notation
  3. Jade Wrathall (G)
    Access to Music Education in Aotearoa NZ
  4. Jaroslav Novak (I S ITM G)
    Teaching Music Theory & Aural Training using Music Ecademy
  5. Safer Spaces Panel (G)
    Introducing Safer Spaces (max 24 participants)
  6. Claire Coleman (G)
    NZ Curriculum Refresh – Arts
  7. Paul Norman (ITM)
    Jazz & Improvisation in an Ensemble Setting 
  8. Suzanne Franken (E P)
    Music & Movement
  9. Linda Webb (P)
    The Student Perspective – Primary Workshop

Workshop 8

Wednesday 4 October, 1.45pm

  1. Advocacy Panel (G)
    MENZA Advocacy Panel Update on current work
  2. Brenda Oakley (ITM)
    Successful Integration of NZ Music in the Classroom
  3. Safer Spaces Panel (G)
    Introducing Safer Spaces
  4. Claire Coleman (G)
    NZ Curriculum Refresh – Arts
  5. Annie Hill  (G)
    Funding in the Arts.
     This workshop will provide a snapshot of funding in the arts in Aotearoa, including different types of funders and their criteria, and tips to help increase the chance of success of your funding applications. It will also outline some potential changes in arts funding that are being driven by both Creative New Zealand and RANA – Regional Arts Network Aotearoa.
  6. Judy Inkster (P)
    Music Games and Starters
  7. Wiremu Sarich (E P)
    Early Childhood/Primary Workshop
  8. Lisa Norman (S)
    Scholarship