Listen and Play Your Way 2024 is a NESA-accredited one-day Musical Futures event for music teachers, 

coming to Sydney on Thursday 27th June, 2024.

Join us as we play, sing, compose, sample, loop, arrange, produce, rap and improvise our way through a full day of interactive workshops held at Northern Beaches Secondary College, Balgowlah Boys Campus.

Future-focused & hands-on Music PD

Fresh ideas and approaches

Sessions with ideas to apply throughout your music curriculum.

Music Technology & Electronic Music

Discover a framework for approaching music technology for you and your students. Works with any curriculum, with any gear, across any age-group!

Primary & Secondary

Perfect hands-on and interactive PD for music educators who are ready to innovate, try new ideas and engage students of all ages.

Connect

Meet, socialise and network with teachers from around NSW through making music together.

Completing Musical Futures – Listen and Play Your Way will contribute 5 hours and 30 minutes of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum/EYLF addressing Standard Descriptor(s) 2.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

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Ok, here are the details:

Listen and Play Your Way consists of practical workshop sessions utilising our flexible online resources. This professional learning experience will support both primary and secondary teachers through curriculum planning and delivery.

When and where:

Date: Thursday 27th June 2024
Timings: 9am - 4pm
Venue: Northern Beaches Secondary College, Balgowlah Boys Campus


Cost: $290AUD per person to include all resources, morning tea and lunch
- Additional teachers from the same school attend for $220AUD

- Aus University student rate of $140AUD (please mention in your registration)

Need support from your administration? Download a PDF flyer here

What people say about Musical Futures PD:

I loved exploring the hands-on approach to music education and the introduction to some technologies I wasn't aware of.T hank you! The resources are fantastic. It was a really fun day :)

Emily Flanagan

WA

It was fantastic for me to be in a room of almost 50 people, all excited about the idea of teaching music through doing, and giving students greater voice and choice in their learning to foster a love for music. The entire approach to presenting and interacting with the content of the conference fit perfectly with the idea of learning through doing, and a lifelong love for learning music.

Jeremy Van Sluytman

Shekou International School, China

I had a great time! Looking forward to the next one. Interacting with other teachers and playing together. Also learning what strategies others are using successfully.


Shane Davies

Dandenong High School

Frequently asked questions

Musical Futures International

What can I expect at the Winter Jam?

The Winter Jam is a one day hands-on interactive professional learning experience centred on the Musical Futures approach. We'll be singing, playing, jamming, experimenting, sampling, editing and more. The general idea is to help you generate new approaches and ideas to take into your classroom straight away! You'll receive lots of new resources and have plenty of fun.

What will I learn?

We will have sessions focusing on whole class jamming, improvising, composing, plus lots of new ideas around how you can help students to use music technology for creation and performance. You're guaranteed to pick up some new ideas, new networks and new resources.

How does payment etc. work?

Once you have registered for a place at the Winter Jam, you will be sent an invoice to your registered email address. Payment can then be made via debit, credit, bank transfer or PayPal.

  • Northern Beaches Secondary College, Balgowlah Boys Campus
    27 Maretimo St, Balgowlah NSW 2093, Australia
  • contact@mtiis.com
  • +61492 867 872

Please note:

As of 2024, all Musical Futures International events are administered by Music Teachers In International Schools (MTIIS). MTIIS is a professional learning organisation based in Australia that works with schools all around the world. Learn more about MTIIS here.