Musica Viva In Schools, ASME and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Teacher Forum - Completed
at Thebarton Community Centre
Saturday, 25 February 2017 from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM + Add to calendar25/02/2017 08:3025/02/2017 13:00Australia/AdelaideMusica Viva In Schools, ASME and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Teacher ForumMusica Viva In Schools, ASME and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Teacher Forum Saturday, 25 February 2017 from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM (Cen. Australia Standard Time) Organiser Kylie King 08 7320 3323 firstname.lastname@example.org Address Thebarton Community Centre South Road Torrensville West Torrens 5031 Australia Thebarton Community Centre Corner South Road & Ashwin Parade, Torrensville Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/45789/musica_viva_in_schools_asme_and_adelaide_symphony_orchestra_teacher_forum.aspxThebarton Community Centre
Torrensville West Torrens 5031
Musica Viva In Schools, ASME and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Teacher Forum
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So, you want to build a school music program?
Learn about new research and statistics highlighting the many benefits of music education and why music is a vital element of the core curriculum.
This teacher focused forum will give you all the information you need to advocate the value of music to your colleagues and school leadership to build your music program.
Hear from music education experts and speak with teachers who have built thriving music programs in their schools.
Suitable for general classroom teachers, art coordinators, music teachers, pre-service teachers and school leadership. All attendees will receive a certificate acknowledging their participation.
**Please use reference 'SA Forum' when booking tickets
Key note presentations
Dr Anita Collins is a conduit between neuroscientific researchers, music educators, musicians, parents and the general public, working to improve our understanding of the purpose and powerful benefits of music education to overall cognitive development and health.
Internationally recognised for his ability to enthuse and bring about effective learning in students across all ages and abilities, Dr James Cuskelly is Head of Faculty, Creative Arts and Design Studies at St Aidan’s Anglican Girl’s School, Brisbane, President of the International Kodály Society, and is featured in the recent documentary “When We Sing”.
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