A course for Secondary Music Teachers'. Whakatauki: 'Kua takoto te manuka' - the leaves of the manuka tree have been laid down'. This one-day course will help those who want to weave culturally responsive pedagogies in their music classrooms. Aim: for teachers to work together, to design a culturally responsive and engaging programme, using integrated standards for NCEA.
Participants will walk away with networks and designing a level 2 integrated culturally responsive programme that students find engaging.
State of play: Jeni Little standards review, review and state of play.
Big picture: Rosemary Hipkins exploring the NZC and our obligations as music educators.
Maori Performing Arts Standards: presentation by Rim D. Paul.
Tools: Assessment framework Maori performing standards and taonga Puoro.
Workshop: Creating an engaging curriculum with cultural perspectives.
PLEASE NOTE: the TRCC reimbursement & the PPTA Member Funding are two completing separate subsidies. You will need to contact PPTA in regard to their Member Funding and what is covered by them.
When you register on the TRCC website you will receive an Invoice Order - you are required to pay the course fee within the date frame on the invoice.
TRCC will reimburse the first 100 PAID registrations after you have attended the course, claim forms will be available at the course for those that are eligible.