Deb Ferrier-Kerr: Developing a Musical Culture
My presentation tells the story of music-making in a school, through anecdotes, examples and observations. My observations about how to nurture a musical culture in terms of what works within the social/ cultural context of a primary/intermediate school links to the activity of the studio music teacher.
I talk about musical building blocks, opportunities to perform, the message of music and how it nurtures the spirit, and the specific skills, language and context of musical knowledge.
Deb Ferrier-Kerr been a registered music teacher for over 20 years. She qualified in Early Childhood in 1996 and in 2001 became a classroom teacher and has taught music alongside that ever since, initially at lunchtimes and then since 2005 one day a week. Before that she taught music privately both one-to-one and in groups ranging from private lessons and recorder consorts to baby’s musical experience classes. I was involved in trialling the music curriculum in schools in 1993, Into Music One, Kiwikids Songs and Regional Task Development for NEMP in 2003 and marking NEMP tasks 2009. I received The Marion Rayward Scholarship in 2001 to present a paper at the International Society for Music Education’s Conference: “Music on Mangaia: Music on a remote Pacific Island”. Over the years I have run many music workshops at conferences and music camps, working particularly with primary age children to develop their own compositions and creativity.
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A browser capable of playing YouTube video.
Audio output (speakers)
Prices: All prices listed include GST
|Institute of Registered Music Teachers||Free|