Well, who’d’ve thunk it? I’m back again after a quiet 10 months on this blog, to introduce the next cohort in my Technology in Music Education course at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Yes I did plan some other blogs, and a 3rd series to my podcast, but Covid, eh?
Anyway, no time for excuses. Last year’s public online Presentation of Learning was such a HUGE success that this year the Conservatorium are holding it as our official event for #MakeMusicDay on Monday 21st June both here in person and online! We also have such a big cohort that we’ll have two shows, effectively – the first from 2-5pm, with a (catered!) break for an hour, and then a second show (but all new projects) from 6-9pm.
As always, our students will undertake projects of their own choosing that extend their learning from the course and are a great vision for what the future of (heavily technology-infused) music education might look like. Tickets are free to the first 200 applicants (unlimited online, tho!) and I’ll blog again once I have a link for the event.
In the meantime, we are 7 weeks into the course so our students have had plenty of chances to blog. I’ll be tweeting about some of their blogs from time to time, too!