EDnet TV for Music Educators
Continuing from the DAYTiME 2017 series and the EDnet Mentor Symposium, David Dowling, Support and Training Coordinator, has finalised EDnet TV edits from DAYTiME 2016 and 2017. Continue reading to see how EDnet engages technology in music education.
Music EDnet and Music EDnet TV
Music EDnet, a partner of MusicEDU, provides support and training services for schools and music educators. Music EDnet TV is a convenient and engaging way to support music in education. Music EDnet TV now has keynotes from DAYTiME 2016 and 2017 and over 20 hours of sessions recorded from these events across Australia and New Zealand. Plus, Keith Huxtable and his team are already creating plans for DAYTiME 2018. Music EDnet and EDnet TV engage, inspire and inform the music community with growing content by developing professional classroom and learning resources with their EDnet Mentors.
Music EDnet TV is the online video streaming and recording service dedicated to supporting music educators and the integration of technology. You can choose from video tutorials, live streaming of professional learning events and resources that can be streamed directly into your classroom. Another option is using these for students as part of your flipped classroom/blended learning strategy. In addition to the videos on the website, you can also access many on Youtube and Vimeo channels. EDnet TV is a convenient and engaging way to support music in education.
Music EDnet TV public pages available to all
Preview all videos here or choose from this list:
The World of Game Music. MusicEDU GameComposer program. Presented by Heather Crawford at DAYTiME 2017 in Perth, Australia.
Make me a DJ. MusicEDU TrackFormers program. Presented by Sam Smith at DAYTiME 2017 in Sydney, Australia.
Coding in the Primary Music Classroom. Presented by Cheryl Burgermeister at DAYTiME 2017 in Perth, Australia.
Using Music Technology as a Teaching Tool. Presented by Darrin Wood at DAYTiME 2017 in Brisbane, Australia.
Collaborative composition using a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). Present be Duncan Ferguson at DAYTiME 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand.Composing and Performing with technology. Presented by Johan Dreyer at DAYTiME 2017 in Adelaide, Australia.
Engaging ways to tech-ify formative assessment. Presented by Katie Wardrobe (Midnight Music) at DAYTiME 2017 in Brisbane, Australia.
Using music technology in school musical productions. Presented by Tim Randle at DAYTiME 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand.
Also, view on the Music EDnet Youtube channel (www.youtube.com/EDnetMusic).
Become a Music EDnet Mentor
DAYTiME Keynote: A$55 each
DAYTiME Sessions: A$22 each
Sessions Pass: A$99
Full pricing details: https://www.musicednet.com/EDnetTV