NEW Music Education Skills for the Primary Classroom Professional Development online course. Suitable for generalist classroom teachers with minimal music teaching experience who would like to develop their skills and confidence in this area.
Please join Musica Viva in Schools presenter Jemma Tabet, for two hour-long sessions introducing the new Victorian curriculum Music Education Skills for the Primary Classroom online course.
Music Education Skills for the Primary Classroom is a general introduction to music education in primary schools, encouraging creativity and providing practical ideas for use in the classroom. This 12 week course is moderated by an experienced facilitator and accounts for 14 hours of professional development.
The course is aligned with the music strand of the F-10 Victorian Curriculum: The Arts and the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
Tue 7 Sep, 4-5pm
- Victorian course overview
- Benefits of completing the course
- Q & A
Thu 14 Oct, 4:30-5:30pm
- Course structure and content
- Q & A
With a Bachelor of Music and Graduate Diploma of Primary Education, Jemma has worked as a generalist classroom teacher, specialist music teacher and private music tutor for more than a decade, also working extensively with primary school choirs and instrumental ensembles. Jemma runs workshops nationally for teachers in classroom music and is a member of the NSW Orff committee. Having been involved in music and dance since a young age, Jemma has developed a lifelong love and commitment for exploring and sharing the power of music, movement and creative expression. Having travelled extensively, she has a keen love of world music and dance and is a passionate advocate of the creative arts to support and enrich learning and understanding and as a means for connection, expression and inclusivity within our communities. In 2018 Jemma also completed a three-year teacher training in the TaKeTiNa rhythm method with founder Reinhard Flatischler and Master TaKeTiNa teacher Tania Bosak.
Dates & Times
|7 September||4:00 PM|
|14 October||4:30 PM|
Participate from anywhere you want
This online workshop will run for one hour from the advertised start time. You will receive a Zoom Webinar link closer to the event date.