Teacher Training in Music Technology Workshops
Composition and Music Technology for the 'new' NCEA
At St Andrew’s College we have developed a great culture of having students push themselves in composition because they love the creative process, not just to ‘bank’ credits. Music technology is an integral part of helping students become self-motivated. Using MIDI technology, recording interfaces and their mixing skills students are able to produce high quality tracks like the ones my students produced here on Spotify.
The new developments in NCEA provide teachers and students with challenges and opportunities. Through this day we will explore ways of integrating individual and collaborative composition with music technology to create a programme for the new NCEA standard(s) that your students will find motivating and engaging.
Overview of the workshop:
creating a portfolio of composition for the new NCEA 1.4 - Create original music.
structuring composition for the new NCEA level 1
introducing junior students to the compositional process using notation and music tech tasks
using ‘basic’ recording/composition software such as Soundtrap, Bandlab & GarageBand with junior classes
options for free recording/composition software at senior levels (Ableton Live Intro, Reaper, Waveform Free)
designing group collaborative tasks
creating a positive culture of creativity
Cost: $169 + GST (or $89 for the Zoom workshop)
Payment is due on receipt of invoice and must be paid in advance. No refunds will be given for non-attendance.
Please note: morning tea will be provided but you will need to provide your own lunch.
VENUES AND DATES
Due to low numbers from Dunedin, but due to demand from other areas of the country the final workshop that was due to be held in Dunedin on Monday 24 July will now be an online workshop from 9am-12pm.
This will be at the reduced price of $89 + GST.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Dunedin and Auckland Workshops in April 2019
“I enjoyed the workshop, it was informative and interactive.
I am planning my term 2 classes directly based on what I've learned.”