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Make some noise! MENZA (Music Education New Zealand Aotearoa) Conference 2017

Holy Cross School, Miramar, Wellington
9th Oct to 11th Oct

Tim Carson  Celia Stewart  Selena Bercic  Andrew Stopps  

Costs and Accommodation Details:
Earlybird Fee*Full FeeAccommodation
MENZA Liveout$ 300.00$ 400.00
Non MENZA Liveout$ 330.00$ 430.00
MENZA Live-in: Twin Share (3*)$ 492.00$ 592.00Brentwood Hotel
Non MENZA Live-in: Twin Share (3*)$ 522.00$ 622.00Brentwood Hotel
MENZA Live-in: Single (3*)$ 642.00$ 742.00Brentwood Hotel
Non MENZA Live-in: Single (3*)$ 672.00$ 772.00Brentwood Hotel
NOTE: Earlybird Fee applies if fee is paid by 25th Aug 2017, otherwise Full Fees apply
            Registrations for this course close 8th Sep 2017
Make some noise!

MENZA (Music Education New Zealand Aotearoa) Conference 2017

This Conference is for all Music Educators (teachers and itinerant teachers of music) from early childhood, primary and secondary sectors to:

focus on pedagogy in music education, latest ideas and best practice;
hear innovative ideas and solutions around developing musical literacy;
hear/share with other practitioners methods around leading ensembles;
focus on culturally responsive practice and inclusive practice in music;
explore how to integrate digital technology into classroom practice;
learn how to 'fight the good fight': how to be an advocate for music in your context

The conference programme will also include the following and more...

For Early Childhood educators:
musical play
waiata for ECE
making and playing instruments
music and stories
Orff in ECE
music and movement
digital tools for music in ECE

For Primary educators:
building classroom practice
developing musical literacy e.g. Orff, Kodaly
taonga pūoro
pasifika songs for the Primary classroom
integrating digital technology in your music programme
music and the environment
musical games

For Secondary educators:
song writing
directing ensembles
music technology
taonga pūoro
moderation and NCEA
managing a music department
junior programmes
HOD as mentor
how to make your music programme inclusive of students with disabilities

For Itinerant Teachers of Music:
inquiry based learning
professional learning groups
digital portfolio exemplars
cultural competencies for ITMs
instrumental music pedagogies
teaching groups
motivating students

Conference fee includes: Conference and catering and accommodation for those staying onsite at the Brentwood Hotel.  TRCC will provide shuttles to and from the Brentwood Hotel to Holy Cross School.  

Travel subsidy is available as per the TRCC travel policy for the first 80 PAID registrations.

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