The ANCOS Levels Courses provide intensive learning about the Orff Schulwerk approach to music and movement education.
The four levels involve developing skills and understandings in the pedagogy of Orff Schulwerk; specific techniques and strategies for inclusive teaching; the integration of movement and voice with playing percussion instruments; and an appreciation of the broader philosophy that underpins this approach.
Further information about the courses can be found at www.ancos.org.au
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Come and join us for a weekend of singing, playing, laughing and fun.
This two-night camp is for educators and families who want to enjoy the experience of making music with others in an inclusive and relaxed atmosphere.
There’ll be opportunities for various activities outside of music for those who are adventurous, and for those just wanting some R&R. This camp is a great opportunity to share ideas and repertoire, bring children into the world of making music together, and to get away from it all.
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Polly (BMus Hons in conducting) has conducted over 14 adult choirs and currently conducts a 60 voiced primary school choir and the Young Voices of Macedon, plus teachers classroom music from grade prep-6.
We learnt some simple Mandarin songs to use with our students, including accompaniments with instruments, body percussion and movement.
Mai is the director of the Institute of Music and Movement Education Advancement (IMMEA) China, an accredited ANCOS Levels presenter and a graduate of the AOSA San Francisco Levels courses.
Experience Orff Schulwerk through the theme of letters. Sing, play, move and explore.
Shirley is a retired lecturer from the Orff Institute and currently the President of the International Orff-Schulwerk Forum Salzburg. Her specific interest is in inclusive education.
Experience Orff Schulwerk through the theme of numbers.
Sarah is currently the President of VOSA and on the IOSFS Board. Her doctoral studies investigated the principles of Orff Schulwerk.