Date: 27th March 2021
Start time: 9.00am (AEST)
End time: 11.30am (AEST)
Hosted by: Deb Brydon
9am – Try trichords! Analyse, internalise, improvise, harmonise using pentatonic trichords with Maree Hennessy
10am- Stop! Compound Time with Kate Tyson
A range of fun and engaging songs, games, activities and learning experiences that prepare, present and practise the concept of Compound Time. Learn the basic tenets and pedagogical application of aural/vocal teaching in today’s modern classrooms with activities that are appealing to middle & upper primary students and beyond. Gain ideas to foster an environment that cultivates success and yet challenges students of all levels of ability whilst keeping the joy of learning music as
Kate Tyson (Thompson) is a frequent lecturer and guest presenter at conferences and workshops across Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Canada. She has presented Kodaly (AKC) Training Courses in Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Auckland, Napier and Kuala Lumpur. Kate is a Past President of the Queensland Chapter of the Kodaly Music Education Institute of Australia (KMEIA) and has also conducted choirs of various ages for Voices of Birralee. Kate has taught classroom music at both state and independent schools and is currently a Music Specialist at Ambrose Treacy College in Brisbane. Having taught in boys’ education for the majority of her teaching career, Kate is passionate about raising the profile of Music and enjoys finding new ways to engage her students.
If you can attend on the day, you will receive a Zoom invitation with the meeting link and password prior to the webinar.
If you cannot attend on the day, please register for the recording only and you will be emailed the link and the certificate a few days after the webinar.