MCUI Professional Development, ACT & NSW – 2019

Dr Georgia Pike of the Music Outreach and Engagement Program (MOEP) will be delivering FREE professional learning workshops and school support visits towards this year’s Music: Count Us In (MCUI) initiative.  The workshops are designed particularly for generalist classroom teachers who lack confidence in engaging their class in music making, particularly those in early childhood and primary education.  The workshops will consist of practical ideas and activities to bring your classroom alive with singing, as well as introducing the Music: Count Us In celebration song.

Register now for the following PD sessions (more will be announced soon):

Wagga Wagga Workshop Details:

Date and Time: Thursday 29th August 2019, 4-5.30pm AEST

Location: Bannister Room, Riverina Conservatorium, Charles Sturt University South Campus, Hely Ave, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

Goulburn Workshop Details:

Date and Time: Thursday 12th September 2019, 4-5.30pm AEST

Location: Hume Conservatorium, 160 Bourke St, Goulburn NSW 2580

ACT Workshop Details:

Date and Time: Thursday 17th October 2019, 4-5.30pm AEDT

Location: O’Connor Cooperative School, 25A Macpherson St, O’Connor ACT 2602

To register for any of the above sessions: email [email protected] with your name, school, and your teaching position (e.g. preschool teacher, executive, year 6 teacher, etc.).  For any questions please call Georgia on 0410274178 (and leave a message if there is no answer).

About Dr Georgia Pike: Dr Georgia Pike is co-Director of the MOEP, and Visiting Fellow of the Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing at the Australian National University.  An experienced singer and educator, her work encompasses over a decade of designing, researching and facilitating workshops and community outreach initiatives.

A PD webinar will also be created and made available in August for all teachers to view online.


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