Sibelius software skills for music teachers

Jim Coyle
Inspiring Music Educator
Improve your skills on Sibelius notation software and produce professional-looking arrangements for your class or school ensemble quickly and efficiently.
Target Audience
This course is aimed at classroom music specialists and those engaged in teaching music ensembles. There will be a focus on secondary school outcomes, but the course is also relevant to primary school music specialists, particularly those teaching stage 3.
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Learning Areas

Teaching Standards

General Description

This course is designed to improve skills in using Sibelius music notation software. It is principally designed to aid teachers in producing class and ensemble arrangement quickly, efficiently and accurately but will also help those engaged in teaching music composition in stages 5 and 6.
The course will consist of a number of guided hands-on activities which will then be unpacked carefully to help skill development.

Audience

This course is aimed at classroom music specialists and those engaged in teaching music ensembles. There will be a focus on secondary school outcomes, but the course is also relevant to primary school music specialists, particularly those teaching stage 3.

Available Delivery Formats

This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.

Occurrences

There are no occurrences of Face to Face in Australia (NSW) at this time.

Sessions

Sibelius notation software

5 hours

Developing speed and skill on Sibelius through a variety of hands-on activities whose subsequent discussion will help consolidate those newly-acquired skills

What To Bring

A laptop on which a recent version of Sibelius has been installed.

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About the team


Jim Coyle

Creator

Jim Coyle is a music educator with over twenty years teaching experience. His aim is to engage and inspire students from kindergarten through HSC and into tertiary studies.

Jim is a well-known figure in New South Wales music education; he is a regular keynote presenter at Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s Meet the Music seminars. Jim is also the author of a large number of published classroom resources for students from primary school to year twelve and in 2015 began doctoral research at Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

www.jimcoylemusic.com