TUNE ME IN Volume 16 Number 3, December 2021

TUNE ME IN Volume 16 Number 3, December 2021

3 Editor’s Comments – Chris Moore and Duncan Ferguson

3 Chair’s Comments – Ben Lau

4  ISME Update – Linda Webb

5  Music and the QR Code – Ben Lau

6  Teacher Refreshment: The Perfect Brew – Marg Ogilvie

7  Primary and Secondary Collaboration – Duncan Ferguson

9  Parachute Music and the APO – Gemma Henderson

10  KidzRock – Brendon Dekker

13  Note-Able – Joel Bolton

14  How do you Build a School Production in a Time of Covid? – Nick Brown

17 200 Days of Remote Teaching – Matt Ridgway

20  Safer Spaces in Music Education – Jeni Little

21  Aotearoa’s Music Industry is having its #MeToo Moment – Associate Professor Oli Wilson and Dr Catherine Hoad

24 Culturally Responsive Pedagogy – Belinda Carey

26 Diary of a Beginning Cellist – Chris Moore

28 Music and Digital Technologies – Practical ideas for the primary classroom

30 Ngā pitopito Kōrero o Puawaiata Tahia Te Ara: Decolonising Practice

39 2021 Menza Online Conference Summary & Reflection – Kat Daniela

41  From Paper to Portal – Kat Daniela

42  Enabling Student Agency in the Music Classroom – Robyn McQueen

44 Teaching Composition to Year 7 & 8 Students – Eugene Marshall

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