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MENZA PLD Workshops & AGM
June 30, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
MENZA and the NZ Ukulele Trust present an afternoon of Music PLD
Sunday 30 June 2019
Avondale College, 51 Victor Street, Avondale, Auckland
Workshops from 1:00pm followed by the MENZA AGM at 3:00pm
MENZA workshops are FREE for MENZA members, first year teachers and students studying towards an education degree and $30 for non-members.
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MENZA and the NZ Ukulele Trust invites you to join us for an afternoon of Music Education PLD with workshops for ECE, Primary and Secondary teachers at 1pm, followed by an opportunity to relax and network with colleagues over complimentary drinks and nibbles from 2:30pm and the MENZA AGM at 3pm.
All workshops will be held from 1pm – 2:30pm, followed by complimentary drinks and nibbles and the AGM at 3pm.
ECE / Junior Primary
‘Springboards’ with Deb Ferrier-Kerr & Robyn Trinick
Where do I start? Where to next?
This workshop offers opportunities for early childhood and junior primary educators to explore a range of ‘starting points’ for initiating music learning experiences in centres and classrooms. A range of ‘springboards’ will be explored, with possibilities for ‘growing’ ideas through listening, moving, singing, creating and playing.
Kiwilele workshop with Maria Winder
A practical workshop to experience and share strategies for teaching the 2019 Kiwileles repertoire, including a variety of Waiata, Pasifika, Kiwi Pop and other great music to enhance school singing. All Kiwileles’ arrangements include basic chords for beginners and more challenging strums, riffs and instrumentals for experienced ukulele players. This workshop is FREE for Kiwilele schools. To register for this workshop, please use the following link bit.ly/KiwileleJune2019
Moderation Matters with Delysse Glynn
(National Assessment Moderator NZQA)
Come and meet the moderator!
The NCEA review has thrown up many issues we are sure you will want to discuss. This will be a needs based open discussion on topics such as the latest updates, moderation observations and big picture thinking around the future of NCEA.