HSC MUSIC AURAL - with APPS & DAWS (Smartphones, Tablets, iPads, Laptops)

Paul Avanti Iannuzzelli
Gifting Creativity
Using electronic devices for AURAL interaction and skill development is an exciting way to engage students in progressive learning experiences. Paul’s practical ti...
Target Audience
This course is suited to Music Teachers of HSC Music, or those interested in teaching HSC music in the future. It is also useful for teachers of Stage 4 and 5 Music, as many of the applications can be adapted to suit.
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General Description

This interesting course investigates a range of APPS and DAWS available on Smartphones, Tablets, iPads and Laptops that can be used to teach AURAL for HSC MUSIC. Students can be very adept with their electronic devices, and by utilising this existing motivator, teachers can create fun and interesting ways to engage students in aural activities.

Audience

This course is suited to Music Teachers of HSC Music, or those interested in teaching HSC music in the future. It is also useful for teachers of Stage 4 and 5 Music, as many of the applications can be adapted to suit.

Available Delivery Formats

Format Description

This topic investigates the APPS and DAWS which can be used on electronic devices such as Smartphones (iPhone or Android), Tablets or iPads, Laptops (Mac or PC). These electronic devices must be able to connect to the internet via Wi-Fi.


This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.

Occurrences

  Start Date Location Availability Price    
Enrol Now 11/09/2019 Sydney CBD Places available $349 + GST Enrol Now

Sessions

The Language of APPS and DAWS for Music

1 hour

Understanding the language common to APPS and DAWs created for Music is a great framework to allow you to see the possibilities involved with teaching AURAL. This includes understanding files or formats, and how devices ‘Talk’ (or don’t talk) to one another when communicating with musical data, and how devices receive and translate musical information.

A basic overview of the underlying principles is provided. Following this, exploring these concepts (as they appear in interesting applications) will lead to interactive exercises and group discussion.

Smartphones

1 hour

Some schools have a “No Phone” policy for the classroom. However, it can be difficult to tear a student away from their phone outside of this environment. Why not use this as a motivator? This session will explore the various AURAL related APPS available for iPhone and or Android Smartphones.

By looking at existing aural skills, we will investigate how Smartphones can be used to enhance or develop them. Participants will then have the opportunity to trial various APPS.

Participants will have the opportunity to share their findings with the group and offer helpful insights they gained from their path of discovery.

iPads and Tablets

1 hour

This session will explore the various AURAL related APPS available for iPad and Tablets.

Using APPS for the Tablet/iPad interface, participants will then have the opportunity to experience their functionality and discuss practical applications.

Laptops and Computers

1 hour

This session will explore the various AURAL APPs an other related resources available for Laptops and Computers.

We will investigate how to prepare it for use with teaching AURAL, and how to devise engaging tasks for AURAL skill development.

Participants will have the opportunity to share their findings with the group and offer helpful insights they gained from their path of discovery.

Activities and Assessment Task Specifics

1 hour

In this session, participants will discover how to integrate electronic devices into practical classroom activities and Assessment Tasks for AURAL.

What To Bring

Please bring your Smartphones (iPhone or Android), Tablets or iPads, Laptops (Mac or PC). These electronic devices must be able to connect to the internet via Wi-Fi. If you are able to, bring at least two devices.

If at all possible, it is preferred that participants bring at least a Smartphone and a Tablet or iPad.

Participants will also be required to bring a set of headphones that can plug into each of the devices they bring.

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About the team


Paul Avanti Iannuzzelli

Creator

Paul (MMus, BMusEd) is the Principal of MusicPro Academy For Creative Arts and founder of the Creative Strategy Institute. His educational and industry experience covers a vast range of International appointments and projects, including Lecturing, Curriculum Design and Classroom Teaching in the UK, Italy, Holland, Belgium, Slovenia, Finland and Australia.