Music learning combines listening, performing and composing activities. These activities, developed sequentially, enhance students’ capacity to perceive and understand music.
As students progress in their study of music, they learn to value and appreciate the power of music to transform the heart, soul, mind and spirit of the individual. In this way students develop an aesthetic appreciation and enjoyment of music.
Learning and teaching support
Professional learning opportunities
Music in Schools – DUET Professional Learning Program 2022
The Victorian Government’s Music in Schools program has been running in schools since 2015 and aims to increase opportunities for all students to access quality music education programs.
Delivered in partnership with The Song Room since 2019, the DUET Teacher Professional Learning Program is free for participating schools. It supports teachers (generalist and specialist) in Victorian government primary, P-12 (primary) and special schools who teach music (Foundation to level 6) but do not have qualifications in music or music education, to build their confidence and capacity to teach classroom music and implement the Victorian Curriculum F-10: Arts Music.
To find out more about this program including how to apply see DUET Teacher Professional Learning Program 2022.
The National Music Teacher Mentoring Program
The National Music Teacher Mentoring Program (NMTMP) is a unique in-school professional music education learning program open to all Victorian schools.
Find out more about this
program and how you can be involved.
For more information about Music in Schools, including links to teaching and learning resources visit Music in Schools and Literacy Teaching Toolkit - Music.
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