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EC Teacher Training Course Stage 1

When:  15/1/2019-16/1/2019 
Where:  Hampton Primary School, 528 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
Earlybird Rate:  $345.00  Cutoff:  Friday 9th November 2018
Standard Rate:  $399.00
What:

An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits.

Research consistently links music and movement activities to supporting learning and development in early childhood education. We know that music can activate the brain for learning; trigger positive emotion; enhance physical development; social skills; build self-esteem and confidence; aid wellbeing and self-regulation, and should be an important part of every high quality early childhood program.

These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. The strategies contained in the courses will link to critical aspects of a child’s development and will inspire teachers and educators to embed quality musical activities and experiences into children’s programs. These courses are suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

STAGE 1 (3-8YRS) 10 HOUR COURSE:

This two-day course includes a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, ukuleles and creative play.

Course goals:

  • To learn how to teach and create a music and movement program, with sample lesson plans for a whole term!
  • Ideas on how to build teacher confidence
  • To understand the research and benefits of music and movement
  • To learn how to use transition songs between activities
  • New ways to enhance learning across the curriculum (EYLF, NQS and the Australian curriculum – the Arts)
  • Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity
  • To understand links between music and maths, literacy and other subjects
  • To develop classroom management strategies
  • Active and enjoyable music making that is appealing, immediately accessible and easy to teach
  • Learn how to drum and play the ukulele
  • ‘Orff Schulwerk’ principles that will inspire, excite and motivate children to remember, understand and love music

To register click here


EC Teacher Training Course Stages 1 & 2

When:  15/1/2019-18/1/2019 
Where:  Hampton Primary School, 528 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
Earlybird Rate:  $549.00  Cutoff:  Friday 9th November 2018
Standard Rate:  $599.00
What:

An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits.

Research consistently links music and movement activities to supporting learning and development in early childhood education. We know that music can activate the brain for learning; trigger positive emotion; enhance physical development; social skills; build self-esteem and confidence; aid wellbeing and self-regulation, and should be an important part of every high quality early childhood program. These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. The strategies contained in the courses will link to critical aspects of a child's development and will inspire teachers and educators to embed quality musical activities and experiences into children's programs. These courses are suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

20 HOUR COURSE (Stage 1 and Stage 2):

This four-day course includes the full range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play for 3-8 years.

Goals:

  • To learn how to teach and create a music and movement program, with sample lesson plans for 3-8 years for two whole terms!
  • Ideas on how to build teacher confidence
  • To understand the research and benefits of music and movement
  • To learn how to use transition songs between activities
  • How to incorporate puppets, props and visuals
  • New ways to enhance learning across the curriculum
  • Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity
  • To understand links between music and maths, literacy and other subjects
  • To develop classroom management strategies
  • Active and enjoyable music making that is appealing, inclusive and easy to teach
  • Learn how to drum, play the descant recorder and the ukulele
  • ‘Orff Schulwerk’ principles that will inspire, excite and motivate children to remember, understand and love music
  • How to evaluate music and movement
  • Peer teaching assessment – each participant is to present a musical item to the group
  • The opportunity to become a ‘Welcome to Music’ licensed teacher

To register click here


EC Teacher Training Course Stage 2

When:  17/1/2019-18/1/2019 
Where:  Hampton Primary School, 528 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
Earlybird Rate:  $345.00  Cutoff:  Friday 9th November 2018
Standard Rate:  $399.00
What:

An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits.

Research consistently links music and movement activities to supporting learning and development in early childhood education. We know that music can activate the brain for learning; trigger positive emotion; enhance physical development; social skills; build self-esteem and confidence; aid wellbeing and self-regulation, and should be an important part of every high quality early childhood program.

These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. The strategies contained in the courses will link to critical aspects of a child's development and will inspire teachers and educators to embed quality musical activities and experiences into children's programs. These courses are suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

STAGE 2 (3-8YRS) 10 HOUR COURSE:

This two-day course is a continuation of Stage 1, and includes a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play.

Goals:

  • To create a music and movement program, with sample lesson plans for a second term in each age group!
  • To expand the repertoire – more songs, rhymes, games, dances and instrumental activities
  • To understand more research and benefits of music and movement
  • Relate all learning to each curriculum (EYLF, NQS and the Australian curriculum – the Arts)
  • Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity
  • To further investigate links between music and maths, literacy and other subjects
  • Learn how to drum and play the descant recorder
  • To continue to learn and improve skills on the ukulele
  • Extended ‘Orff Schulwerk’ learning – musical media and specific techniques
  • To understand the Kodaly method
  • How to evaluate music and movement
  • Peer teaching assessment – each participant is to present a musical item to the group

The opportunity to become a ‘Welcome to Music’ licensed teacher

To register click here


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