DATE: Saturday, August 29, 9.45–11.30 AM
VENUE: Block B, Epsom Campus, University of Auckland, 74 Epsom Avenue, Auckland
Due to Alert Level 3 restrictions, this workshop has had to be postponed. We will look at alternatives and be in touch with those who have registered as soon as possible.
Download the PDF Flyer here.
At the end of 2019, Robyn worked with Jacqui at Te Atatu South Kindergarten to involve the children in a very successful project turning a Maori legend into a musical performance with the children very much as composers. They are keen to share the process they used with others with the thought that it would enable others to apply this process in other contexts.
Robyn is an expert and highly experienced teacher and presenter who works in teacher education at the University of Auckland. She is currently a national Kaiarahi for the current Ministry of Education Networks of Expertise venture. One of Robyn’s passions and her Masters degree focus has been the connection between music and language learning. For many years she has also made access to Maori language and culture an inspiring part of her teaching.
Jacqui Williams is a full time kindergarten teacher with a Bachelor’s degree in Teaching and Learning (Primary) and a Graduate Diploma in Early Childhood Teaching. She is studying towards her Master Of Education Practice at the University Of Auckland this year. Jacqui is also an accomplished singer/songwriter who is currently promoting her bilingual children’s album Waiata Tamariki and an adult contemporary album Statues Of Liberty.
To register for this workshop:
Register your name and details online HERE. Then, use your own internet banking facility to make a direct deposit into the ONZA account at BNZ 02 0248 0073940 097 Reference: Your surname; Code: AKL29AUG. Entering your surname means you will be registered. Payment by Credit card is also available.
- Registration Fee $10
For inquiries email: Shirley Harvey
This workshop is funded by the Networks of Expertise.