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Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Welcome to Bonkers Beat ® Music Program The Program that Supports and Reflects NQS & EYLF
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Every child is the core of any curriculum Australia’s first national Early Years Learning Framework was developed by the Council of Australian Governments in 2009. “The framework draws on international evidence that early childhood is a vital period in children’s learning and development…” – EYLF
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd -Enrich the whole child - Develop their cognitive abilities -Increase their learning capacity -Enhance the quality of their life 3 Why Music?
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Creating and performing music promotes self- expression and provides self-gratification… Music deserves strong support in all educational systems.” - Michael E. DeBakey, M.D., Leading Heart Surgeon, Baylor College of Music. “Studying music encourages self-discipline and diligence… leads to effective study and work habits.
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Why Bonkers Beat ® Music Program Works? Kodaly & Orff Methods Traditional / Transitional songs Reflects NQS & EYLF Learning stories, art & craft Trained staff Singing Dancing Playing 12
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Music for EVERY CHILD, EVERY DAY! Kodaly - Orff - Bonkers Beat Music Program is based on internationally recognised Kodaly and Orff methods of pedagogy to stimulate children’s learning. 12
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd 10 Who Is Kodaly? The Kodaly Method is an approach to music education which was developed in Hungary during the Twentieth century. The approach was inspired by the philosophies of the Hungarian composer and educator, Zoltan Kodály (1882 – 1967). Kodaly believed that singing should be the foundation of all music education, and that ideally, it should begin as early as possible.
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd What is Orff Schulwerk? 9 ‘Orff Schulwerk’ is a music education program pioneered by Carl Orff (1895 – 1982), a German composer and his music educator and colleague Gunild Keetman (1904 – 1991). The ideas of Orff Schulwerk are based on the fundamental unity of music, speech, singing, movement and most of all instruments. It is a general education program designed for all children.
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Music for EVERY CHILD, EVERY DAY! Singing - Dancing - Playing - Plan your music session by including singing, dancing and playing instruments. 12
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd “Old Favourites with a Bonkers Twist” Traditional – Transitional Songs - The program uses songs and rhythms to encourage children to follow daily routines. 12
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Music for EVERY CHILD, EVERY DAY! Reflects NQS & EYLF - Support and reflect NQS & EYLF through planning and documentation. All materials include objectives and links to EYLF Outcomes and NQS Quality areas. 12
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Music for EVERY CHILD, EVERY DAY! Learning Stories, Art & Craft - Learning stories, art and craft projects are used to support the curriculum and help children learn visually. 12
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Music for EVERY CHILD, EVERY DAY! Trained Educators - Educators can become confident and be able to deliver the sustainable music program to EVERY CHILD, EVERY DAY! 12
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is crucial for successful teaching! Educating through Music, understanding a child and following his or her interests
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Connect with Ourselves Connect with Families Connect with Community Connect with Planet 19 Developing Program that Supports the NQS & EYLF
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Bonkers Beat Music Program: Professional Development Training for all educators in one service. Teachers Resources - Bonkers the Monkey puppet, Bongos, Floor Drum, Bonkers Beat CD (Vol. 1 or 2 or 3), ‘Bonkers Beat & Me’ Book and ‘Old Favourites with a Bonkers Twist’ Book. Teacher’s Operation Manual (Vol. 1 or 2 or 3) PDF Files of ALL songs from ‘Bonkers Beat’ CD (Vol. 1 or 2 or 3).All songs include objectives, outcomes and links to EYLF & NQS and will become part of YOUR curriculum. Online Video Recordings of ALL songs from one ‘Bonkers Beat’ CD (Vol. 1 or 2 or 3). ‘Songs of the Week’ – traditional rhymes turned into transitional songs
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd Access to Your Very Own Mentor – support by phone, email or Skype. Access to Bonkers Beat Educators Website. This is a very special website offered exclusively to Bonkers Beat Members. Live Webinars for Educators - will cover vital areas in education and will take your knowledge to the next level. Harmony Night Webinars for Parents – will engage parents, enhance bonding and provide the opportunity to learn how to implement music with children at home Membership in ‘Sing & Stretch’ Club - will provide a unique opportunity for educators to exchange ideas and share their experiences
Copyright © 2013 Bonkers Beat Pty Ltd To join our ‘Sing & Stretch’ Club or to find out more about Music & Wellbeing Programs call Galina Zenin (B.Mus.Ed.,Dip.Teach.) +61 414 726 789 www.bonkersbeat.com “It is essential to our well-being, and to our lives, that we play and enjoy life. Every single day do something that makes your heart sing.” - Marcia Wieder - Marcia Wieder
The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia BELONGING, BEING & BECOMING Produced by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment.
Exploring and using media and materials
THE EARLY YEARS LEARNING FRAMEWORK FOR AUSTRALIA BELONGING, BEING & BECOMING Produced by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment.
Educators Guide to Program Planning In the Early Years.
The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia
The Early Years Learning Framework:
1 Presented by Annamaria Paolino AFMLTA Conference, Darwin NT 8 th July 2011
Parent teacher evening 20/2/12
Arts Education within Curriculum for Excellence Engage Scotland Conference Pam Slater CfE Engagement Team 31 October 2007.
NSW Curriculum Framework – Creativity
What is the Foundation Stage?
Approaches to Teaching Music. Suzuki Developed by viloinist Shinichi Suzuki Developed by viloinist Shinichi Suzuki Stems from idea that children can learn.
SYSTEM OF ASSESSMENT AND RECORDING OBSERVATION (tools) ASSESSMENT EVALUATION incl. self-evaluation Entry profile Meetings Record of development.
Recognising and Supporting Young Children's Creative Arts Experiences
Welcome to Foundation Stage Curriculum evening 15 th September 2015.
Bumble Bee Class Supporting Your Child with Reading 4 th February 2016.
Early Years Foundation Stage at Wilcombe Primary.
CEDFA XVI SESSION II: TIMES ARE CHANGING – ROADMAPS TO SUCCESS.
Creating a jigsaw for early learning: developing high quality teaching and learning programs for K-3 classrooms Jean Rice September 2008.
South Dublin Libraries – Read 2 Me. The Programme in Context Outcome 1 SDCC Children’s Services Strategy Document 2011: “ All children will have the key.
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