Integrate musical strategies that can engage, foster creativity, promote learning and address the specific needs of students for non-music and music specialists. This course is hands on and offers practical ideas which facilitate (access) tapping in to the creative and learning potential of music.
K-12 teachers and assistants working with learning support and special needs.
Musical ideas for K-12 special education teachers and assistants.
This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.
|09/06/2017||Northern Sydney||Places available||$339 + GST||Enrol Now|
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Lots of awesome ideas that can easily be applied and are practical especially for non-music trained teachers.
Great ideas for activities and resources. Good methods for inclusion.
The course gave me some good engaging activities and ideas that I can use with my class.
The examples were really helpful and the activities were fun.
Very enthusiastic and knowledgeable presenter.
Great hands on activities to take back to school. Also good theory of activities. Thank you.
Lots of practical activities that can be used with my Year 7 and 8 classes. Finale for my composition tasks.
Dr. Langan was very knowledgeable and passionate. The practical skills demonstrated was great. But some topics for longer than needed. Enjoyable course.
Good activity ideas. Hands-on presenter had lots of knowledge and experience.
Dianne has worked as a music educator and therapist for over twenty-five years. Her PhD examined the relationship between music education and music therapy. She has held a variety of music teaching and therapy positions which have included the University of Technology, Sydney, health settings and Schools for Specific Purposes. Dianne is currently teaching at Wenona in North Sydney. Her experience includes a range of publications, presentations and adult education forums.