Summer School Timetable 2021

Phoenix Rising

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Timetable

Preliminary timetable only. Subject to change without notification.
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Day 1: Monday 18th January

8.00-8.30am Registration and Coffee
8.30-8.40am Welcome Address: Mandy Herriman, Chairperson, ASME WA and Prof. Stephen Winn, Executive Dean School of Education, ECU
8.40-9.00am Big Sing EnergiserSu-Lyn Chong, Hale School
9.00-9.45am Plenary Session: Emeritus Professor Alan Harvey, UWA – Keynote Presentation
9.45-10.00am Book Launch: Madjitil Moorna – Second Songbook
Primary and Secondary
Curriculum Secondary
Choral
Instrumental
 Primary and Secondary
 Katherine Smith  Nick Fielding  Madjitil Moorna Catherine Warnock   Marcus Perozzi 
10.00-11.00am

Session 1

Dalcroze for Instrumental Learning

Please bring an instrument.
SCSA: ATAR Music Syllabus Review – Big Issues Sharing Songs in Noongar Language Music Games: Ideas for the Instrumental Music Lesson

Please bring an instrument.
Body Beatz

Please wear comfortable shoes for movement and safety.
11.00-11.30am Morning Tea
Primary and Secondary
Strings
Primary
Secondary
Secondary
Michelle Bracken-Perks  Jade Martin   Robyn Veitch  Su-Lyn Chong  Marcus Perozzi 
11.30am-12.30pm

Session 2

Conversational Solfege in the Instrumental Class: Developing Tuneful, Beatful, Artful students

Please bring an instrument.
Instrumental: Ensemble Success!  Refresh Your Repertoire Choral Conducting Matters Taiko Drumming

Please wear comfortable clothing for movement and safety. This session is capped at 35.
12.40-1.10pm Plenary: Summit and Strategic Plan
1.10-2.10pm Lunch
Secondary
Secondary
Primary
Primary
Instrumental
Su-Lyn Chong  Kimberley Lloyd  Jason Boron   Mandy Herriman  Paul De Cinque 
2.10-3.10pm

Session 3

Classroom: Teaching Boys – Is it Different to Teaching Girls? Kodály WA: Live the Notes Raising Them Up: Kodály-Inspired Music Education for the Lower Primary Years Move Your Groove, Big Kids   Selecting Band Repertoire
3.10-3.30pm Afternoon Tea
General Interest
Early Childhood
Primary and Secondary
Primary
Instrumental
Primary and Secondary Beginners
Prof Alan Harvey  Pippa Chapman  Rebecca Shakespeare and Alena Tompkins (WASO)  Kailee Marshall and Eboney Yapp  Anastasia Buettner-Moore  ASME Committee 
3.30-4.30pm

Session 4

Music, the Brain, and a Lifetime of Benefits Early Childhood Musical Experiences within the Home: Family Members as a Child’s First Music Teachers Explore WASO in Your Classroom WAOSA: Blast Orff Flipped Teaching: Best Practices for Online Learning Fundamentals of looking after instruments/ playing/transposing instruments 
4.30pm Close

Day 2: Tuesday 19th January

8.15-8.30am Registration and Coffee 
8.30-9.00am Welcome and Notices
9.00-9.40am Plenary Session: Kaboom Percussion 
9.40-10.00am Plenary Session: Flamingo Strings (AUSTA) 
Primary and Secondary
Curriculum Secondary
Primary
Primary/Information Technology
Primary and Secondary
AUSTA  Nick Fielding  Jane Nicholas  Jan Ruscoe  Marcus Perozzi 
10.00-11.00am

Session 5

Inspiring Strings

 

Boosting Enrolments in WACE Music Courses Royalty Rhythms and ‘Rangements: Embedding Indigenous Cultures

Please bring an instrument.
Ideas for Digital Tech in Primary School: Session One 

Please bring a device that can connect to the internet.
Taiko Drumming

Please wear comfortable clothing for movement and safety. This session is capped at 35.
11.00-11.30am Morning Tea
Early Childhood/Primary
Primary
Upper Primary and Lower Secondary
Primary/Information Technology
Instrumental
Instrumental and Secondary
Hilary Price  Kate Goyder  Jane Nicholas  Jan Ruscoe  Paul De Cinque  Helen Kruger & Australian Baroque 
11.30am-12.30pm

Session 6

Evoke Moments of Awe, Wonder and Curiosity through Music from an Early Age Classroom for Graduates  From the Moon and Stars to the Country We Know: Embedding Indigenous Cultures  Ideas for Digital Tech in Primary School: Session Two

Please bring a device that can connect to the internet.
What I Wish I’d Known as an Instrumental Teacher Australian Baroque: Bach Double Insights into the Bach Double from a Historical Inspired Performance Perspective
12.40-1.25pm ASME Annual General Meeting
1.25-2.10pm Lunch
Secondary
Primary and Secondary
Primary
Primary
Primary and Ensemble
Mirelle Hopwood  Terasa Letizia, Matt Reuben James Ward and Pia Harris (WA Opera) Michelle Beins and Ashleigh Bisdee  Joan Pope  Lee Stanley and James Martin (ABODA)
2.10-3.10pm

Session 7

Song immersion! Songs, games and fun in the 7-10 classroom Learn with West Australian Opera Sing Me the Summer: Creating Beautiful Music from a Picture Book Dalcroze: Measure and Match the Movement of Music Conducting Primary Bands and Ensembles

Please bring an instrument.
3.10-3.30pm Afternoon Tea
3.30-4.00pm Plenary Session: Kaboom Percussion
4.00pm Close (Join us for drinks at the Inglewood!)