Summary

Presented by Music EDnet, DAYTiME is an annual one-day professional development conference focusing on the effective integration of technology in music education. It offers a unique opportunity to hear from some of the most knowledgeable and experienced exponents of the use of technology in music education, as well as some time to network with your peers and share ideas and resources.

The No.1 conference in the region
focusing on technology in music education.

As a music educator, DAYTiME will help you to:

  • gain understanding about existing and emerging technologies that can enhance music teaching practice and improve student engagement
  • keep informed about evolving pedagogical approaches and the relevant use of technology in meeting curriculum achievement standards
  • remove intimidating barriers surrounding certain areas of music technology
  • learn from examples of best practice and develop strategies for more effective planning of appropriate resources within your school context
  • gain inspiration to continue professional learning beyond the conference and expand opportunities for professional networking

Professional Development certificates are provided to all attendees following the conference.

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Jim Frankel
Dr James Frankel - USA
Keynote presenter

Teaching in a Connected World

We are delighted to have Jim Frankel, accomplished music educator and currently the Director of MusicFirst from New York, USA, presenting the Brisbane Keynote. The day's program follows with a wide choice of sessions delivered by leading educators and industry experts, from Australia and overseas. Sessions cover a range of relevant topics for delivering music in primary, middle and secondary school including current and emerging pedagogical approaches as well as ever-evolving technologies and curricula.


A day of professional learning, highly regarded by hundreds of attendees annually ...DAYTiME is a "must attend" event for all music educators.

What teachers are saying

"I loved the conferences and have found them to be so valuable and inspiring. I have implemented a lot of the ideas from the last 2 years and have been able to grow and develop the skills I learnt. I teach Music in a Primary setting, so having Music Tech workshops aimed at the Primary classroom has been fantastic."


Danielle Lyons
Music Teacher
Whitefriars Catholic School SA

 

Details

  • When

  • Friday, June 7, 2019
    8:30 AM - 4:25 PM
    AUS Eastern Time

  • Where

  • O'Shea Centre
    19 Lovedale St
    Wilston, Queensland 4051
    Australia

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