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Professional Development -Music and Dance for your Classroom

When:

Fri 8 May 2015, 9:30am–3:30pm

Where: East Kew Uniting Church, 142 Normanby Rd, Kew East, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Professional Development -Music and Dance For Your Classroom: $185.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: landersen

Want to make your curriculum sing? Whatever your skill level, learn how to incorporate music and dance into your classroom. Join choir director Sally Gawley and choreographer Jessica Daniel for this fun and interactive day.

Content:
- Warm ups - including physical, vocal and get to know you activities
- Fun games and activities involving body percussion, singing activities and drama
- Engaging students using contemporary ‘beats’
- How to incorporate singing into classes even if you are not a confident singer
- Engaging boys and girls
- Dance as fitness
- Basic warm up and stretch skills
- Creating a routine and helping students to create their own routine
- REDed routine – a fun and easy dance routine

Details:
Suitable for: Primary classroom and specialist music teachers
Cost: $185 – includes morning tea and lunch
Resources: Each participant will take home a resource booklet with warm ups and activities from the day and a DVD with a REDed routine to use in class.

Presenters:
Sally Gawley is an energetic and talented performer and educator with a background in jazz and improvisation. She has tutored with the Australian Girls Choir for 10 years, conducting international and national touring choirs and has led choral workshops around Australia and overseas. Receiving a Diploma of Performance (Jazz) from Elder Conservatorium in South Australia, Sally has worked extensively as a jazz and soul singer and performed with the internationally awarded a cappella ensemble Akasa.

Sally delivers a range of performing arts workshops for a3 - Australian Arts Alive (a3) and has conducted thousands of children in metropolitan and regional Victoria over the past six years.

Jessica Daniel regularly choreographs pieces for the Australian Girls Choir and has travelled nationally and internationally with the choir as the tour choreographer. Jessica works with a3 on a weekly basis choreographing school musicals and concerts as well as running dance workshops in a range of school and alternative education settings. Additionally, Jessica holds a diploma in dance performance, is the Dance Director of Brighton Dance Academy and has worked professionally as a dancer notably, with Black Grace.