National Newsletter – 2015 – Issue 1

Call For Articles

The Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia invites contributions for future issues of our National Newsletter. Articles that promote discussion of an issue of concern to music educators are encouraged. The articles we publish in the National Newsletter include: Feature articles …
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President’s Message

Dear KMEIA Members, It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the second edition of the National Newsletter. It is our hope that you will find the articles included to be topical and of interest, providing further inspiration and …
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Focusing on the IWB in the Primary Classroom

Article by Lisa Sheppard There are a multitude of reasons as to why so many Interactive Whiteboards are not being used to their full potential in classrooms. Largely due to a lack of teacher training and support in the area …
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The Choral Symposium: who, what, when, where & why?

Article By Lachlan Snow As a recent music graduate from the University of Queensland, I am seeking experiences that will continue to broaden my musical horizons and challenge me artistically as a singer and conductor. The inaugural two week (6 …
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PhD Congratulations

KMEIA wishes to congratulate two of it’s members on their recent PhD awards in the field of music education. Dr Darren Wicks (Victoria) has completed his PhD through Sydney Conservatorium of Music.  His thesis was entitled “Voices of Learning: Exploring …
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Ambiguous Fourths – do-fa, or so-do’ ?

Article By David Banney If one sings a major second, a major third or a perfect fifth, one has the strong impression that the bottom note is ‘home’, or do. Try singing the examples in Fig 1 – in each …
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Review of: A Tear in the Curtain

Review of: A Tear in the Curtain: the Musical Diplomacy of Erzsébet Szőnyi: Musician, Composer, Teacher of Teachers Review By Lois Choksy, B.Sc, M.A., D.F.A. Professor Emeritus, the University of Calgary Author of The Kodaly Method, The Kodaly Context. Teaching Music …
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Middle Years Music Education

Article By Yvonne Tysoe based on a workshop by Maree Hennessy Middle Years are a time of exponential growth and change—physically, socially, intellectually and emotionally. It is an important stage where the forming of positive relationships, high self-esteem, self-efficacy and …
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Call for Articles

The Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia invites contributions for future issues of our National Newsletter. Articles that promote discussion of an issue of concern to music educators are encouraged. The articles we publish in the National Newsletter include: Feature articles …
Read more

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2018 Australian Kodály Scholarship and Enid Scott Conference Award Announcement

The KMEIA National Council were delighted to receive impressive applications and nominations for the 2018 Australian Kodály Scholarship (AKS) and the Enid Scott Conference Award (ESCA). After a thorough review process, it is with great pleasure that I announce the …
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Singing the Dots by Jodie O’Regan

The National Council of the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia is pleased to present the project report and outcomes of the inaugural 2016 Australian Kodály Scholarship. Jodie O’Regan has produced a tremendous resource that embodies the Kodály philosophy and music for …
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From the President – Meet the 2018-2020 National Council

It is an honour to have recently been elected President of the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia National Council. The Council provides leadership as the national voice for Kodaly-inspired music education practice and research. I look forward to working …
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National Conference Update March 2018

Thanks to all who applied to present at this year’s National Conference, you gave the committee a very tough job! To those who missed out, we do hope you can come and enjoy the excellent program. AKC Registrations Now Open! …
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Closing Soon! 2018 Scholarships and Awards

This is a reminder that applications for the 2018 Australian Kodály Scholarship (AKS) and nominations for the Enid Scott Conference Award (ESCA) are closing soon. Both will be awarded at the Kodály National Conference in Perth this year! The Australian …
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