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November 2018

QLD: 2018 Annual General Meeting

18 November 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Merthyr Rd Uniting Church,

                     2018 Annual General Meeting                      Sunday 18th November 2018 KMEIA Queensland invites you to come along and enjoy a High Tea whilst having your say at the 2018  Annual General Meeting. It is a great opportunity for some networking with your colleagues. Kath Lloyd is giving and a great talk on “ Forming Connections by Making Music!” Venue: Merthyr Rd Uniting Church  - 52 Merthyr Rd, New Farm QLD 4005 Time: 2pm - 4pm Cost: $30 RSVP: 11th November…

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January 2019

QLD: Open Classroom Series

1 January 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Open Classroom Series The Open Classroom Series will continue in 2019. Dates and schools will be announced throughout the year. Teachers open their classrooms for others to come and observe their classroom practice. Cost: Members – free; non-members $20

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2019 Summer School Music Program

7 January 2019 - 18 January 2019
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School, 11 Ruthven St
Corinda, QLD 4075 Australia

Presented by The Cuskelly College of Music. This program offers courses for educators, singers and school students led by national and international experts in their fields. The successful completion of courses in Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary music classroom education, and Colour Strings can lead to accreditation for the Australian Kodály Certificate. Refer to the Summer Music Program website for more information and registration. http://www.soundthinkingaustralia.com/summerschool/

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March 2019

QLD: Nuts and Bolts Workshop

2 March 2019 @ 10:00 am - 3:15 pm

Nuts and Bolts Many Queenslanders who presented papers or workshops at the 2018 National Conference will be presenting at this workshop. There will be at least two, sometimes three concurrent sessions for you to choose from. There will be sessions for Secondary teachers, Primary teachers and Early Childhood teachers. If you were not able to attend National Conference, come along and we will bring some highlights to you. If you did attend National Conference there are probably sessions here that…

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QLD – Nuts and Bolts

7 March 2019

Nuts and Bolts is always a favourite way to kick start the year. This year there will be a secondary strand with an ATAR focus. We will also have some presentations from Queenslanders who presented at IKS in 2019. There will be something for everyone from Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary More information will be available in the beginning of 2020.

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May 2019

QLD: May the Fourth be With You (Technology in the classroom)

4 May 2019 @ 10:00 am - 3:15 pm

May the Fourth be With You (Technology in the classroom) Bring your own device! Get some great idea on using technology effectively in the music classroom. There will be sessions that suit Primary and Secondary Teachers from the novice to the more experienced technology user. This will not be a case of using technology for technology’s sake but applying the design approach where we identify what we might want to improve in the classroom and see how technology can help…

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September 2019

QLD: Step up with Music: KMEIA Qld’s mini-conference

22 September 2019 - 24 September 2019
Ambrose Treacy College, Twigg St
Indooroopilly, Queensland 4068 Australia

  Step up with Music: Kodály Qld’s mini-conference   Date:        Sunday 22nd, Monday 23rd, Tuesday 24th September 2019 Time:        8.15am - 4.00pm Cost:         Members $280, non-members $350, students $100 Venue:      Ambrose Treacy College – Indooroopilly. This three day conference is not to be missed. It will include the launch of Kodály Qld’s Step Up With Music DVD package. There will be an international presenter (yet to be announced) along with many amazing local presenters. These three days…

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November 2019

QLD: 2019 Annual General Meeting

17 November 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The AGM and Choral Reading Afternoon will be in November. The details will be confirmed at a later date. What a great chance to sort out your choral repertoire for 2020 while reflecting on the year that has been and the making decisions about year that is to come!

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January 2020

The Cuskelly College of Music: 2020 Summer School Music Program

January 6 - January 17
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School, 11 Ruthven St
Corinda, QLD 4075 Australia

This program offers Kodály-inspired courses for educators, aspiring professional musicians, community members and school students led by national and international experts in their fields. The Cuskelly College of Music is directed by Dr James Cuskelly OAM. The successful completion of courses in Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary music classroom education, and Colour Strings can lead to accreditation for the Australian Kodály Certificate. Refer to the Summer School Music Program website for more information and registration. https://cuskellycollegeofmusic.com/summer-school/

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March 2020

QLD – Nuts and Bolts

March 7 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Clayfield College,

Nuts and Bolts 2020 The Nuts and Bolts Workshop is a KMEIA favourite and is such a great way to kick start your year!  This workshop has a little bit for everyone with sessions for both Primary and Secondary teachers. Presenters include: Stefanie Lorimer, Rhonda Davidson-Irwin, Sofie Spencer, Deb Brydon, Debbie O’Shea, Michelle Sanders, John Goulter, Angela Lockyer, Kathy Chan, Rosa Curcuruto, Alice Whiting and Ann Slade. Date: 7th March 2020 Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Venue: Clayfield College - 23…

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May 2020

QLD: Beginning Teachers Event

May 2

CANCELLED: Due to the current government restrictions this workshop is cancelled. We will look to hold this workshop in the future.  If you are a student teacher, beginning teacher or early career teacher, this workshop is for you. Experienced teachers will share their best ideas and tips with you.

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QLD: Developing Part Singing Skills with Dr. Georgia Newlin

May 16 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

In this online webinar Dr. Georgia Newlin examines the sequential development of part-singing skills in school age musicians to help students acquire the ability to sustain a given voice part in a multipart context. Purposefully identifying, naming and teaching these techniques produces more singers able to fulfill their potential as self sufficient musicians in a choral setting at any age. Cost: $20 Members / $90 Non Members * Non members receive 12 months membership with their registration Register Online Here

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QLD: Vocal health for returning to the classroom with Wendy Rolls

May 23 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

In amongst all the emails, video calls and resource-building, it seems a lifetime since we were singing in our classrooms with our students. So when it’s time to be singing again, what state will your voice be in? Prolonged voice use after a period of inactivity poses a serious threat to vocal health. This webinar will cover the essentials of voice use and tips to start singing again safely without risking damage. What are the important things to watch for…

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August 2020

QLD: Let’s Create! Let’s Respond!

August 8

CANCELLED: Due to the current government restrictions this workshop is cancelled. We will look to hold this workshop in the future.  Creating and responding are at the heart of being a musician, music education and the Australian Curriculum. Come along and discover some new ideas, think deeper about what these topics really mean and how to implement them in your classroom. More information will be available later in 2020

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September 2020

2020 QLD Webinar – Singing Games for Older Students and Scaffolding Instruction in the Kodály Classroom with Tanya LeJeune

September 5 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

How can we keep them singing? Older students in the music classroom need different motivation than the younger grades. Music educators aim to build the musical skills of students by exposing them to many different songs. Join us virtually as we explore engaging songs, games, and activities specifically for older students. We will also discuss scaffolding student learning and how to  design a step-by-step process to ensure that students are able to learn the material and sharpen their musical understandings.…

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