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Register below for our free live webinar events or
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Teacher Personal Development Certificates are provided on completion of a selection of these videos. Your time is valuable and we recognise the work you put in to further your career.

Breaking Down the Barriers of Video Game Music

Interview style webinar with Meena Shamaly

Join us to talk with Musician, Composer, Poet, and Radio Presenter Meena Shamaly in this MusicEDU Exclusive, interview-style webinar to break down the barriers, the misconceptions, the stigma and the assumptions made about the Video Game Music (VGM) genre.

Everything it is… Everything it’s not…

And why you should be teaching it!

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Around
The Water Cooler

MusicEDU Teachers Community Webinar

COMING EVENT

JUNE 2022, TBA

Another perk available exclusively for our MusicEDU Teacher Community

June 2022 Community Webinar date to be announced soon
Music Teacher

Video Game Music

Music For The Modern World

The Video Game Industry brings in ten times the revenue of film and three times that of music. It’s seriously BIG business.

From humble beginnings in 'Pong' (a single beep), to the sophisticated and complex orchestral scores of ‘Final Fantasy', Video Game Music has become one of the most popular genres of our time.

Since its release in 2016, GameComposer has become the go-to curriculum for teaching this vast and exciting topic to middle school students.

In this interview style webinar with Heather Crawford, Music Teacher and Author of GameComposer, we explore the opportunities and benefits for both teachers and students when ‘gaming’ is brought into the classroom.

VGM – Are you game?
 

Teacher Personal Development Certificate provided on completion of video. Your time is valuable and we recognise the work you put in to further your career.

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Make Me a DJ

Is DJing anything more than just ‘pressing buttons’?

How does DJing go hand in hand with traditional music in the classroom?

In this interview style webinar, one of Australia’s leading Urban DJs, DJ Nino Brown, takes us through the art and demonstrates the relevance of DJing in the classroom.

Coordinator of Performance Music and Music Teacher, Sam Smith along with Kate Hargreaves, CEO of MusicEDU, joins DJ Nino Brown to discuss why students are more engaged and thriving in classrooms with TrackFormers.

From the expert to the beginners, this is valuable insight into this lucrative, US$7 billion dollar industry.

 

No matter what your experience with DJing and the EDM (Electronic Dance Music) industry, you can transform your classroom with TrackFormers. This is not to be missed.

Teacher Personal Development Certificate provided on completion of video. Your time is valuable and we recognise the work you put in to further your career.

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Immersive Technologies In The Classroom

In 2021 the Augmented Reality market was worth USD$27 billion worldwide and expected to reach US$252 billion by 2028*. So, what does it mean for us?

*Statista

Kate Hargreaves, CEO of MusicEDU, talks with Alicia Keizer, Head Programmer at Real Serious Games, and developer of AR Classroom.

 

Together, they break down the technologies paving the way in industry and educational settings, and explain the research supporting these technologies and their benefits to learning outcomes.

Teacher Personal Development Certificate provided on completion of video. Your time is valuable and we recognise the work you put in to further your career.

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The Voice Webinar

Meet Mikaela Dean, finalist and series producer of The Voice

Mikaela Dean is a professional singer, songwriter and Series Producer for Channel Seven’s award winning show, The Voice Australia. 

 

Growing up involved in the performing arts, studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, before moving to Sydney to complete her Bachelor of Music at AIM. 

In this webinar, Mikaela will be going over The Voice process, including:
 

  • Top tips for auditions and performances

  • Tips for holding your nerves and on-the-day tactics

  • Her experience as a Voice Finalist

  • Behind the scenes insights from the show, The Voice Australia

  • The Voice Generations - what it is!

  • LIVE Q&A

 

Around The Water Cooler

MusicEDU Teachers Community Webinar

PAST EVENT

Tuesday, March 22nd
4:30 PM AEDST

This is your opportunity to connect with music teachers everywhere.
You won’t want to miss out on this!

 

Our 60-minute, once a term, live event is focused on building a community of music educators in the spirit of sharing. A place where creative minds with a collective goal can find inspiration, see what others are doing in their classrooms, get support, and get the answers they’re looking for.

 

A powerhouse of minds will make up our Around the Water Cooler Webinar host panel this term including:

Heather Crawford - Author of GameComposer & Head of Performing Arts - Engadine High School, Australia

Sam Smith - Coordinator of Performance Music - St Joseph’s, Nudgee, Australia

Katie Brenton - Music Teacher - Good Counsel College, Australia

Kate Hargreaves - CEO of MusicEDU

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