A Day of Technology in Music Education
An annual One Day Conference held in multiple cities around Australia and New Zealand.
Presented by Music EDnet, DAYTiME is an annual one-day conference come professional development day focused on integrating technology into your music program. It offers a unique opportunity to hear from some of Australia's and New Zealand's most knowledgeable and experienced exponents of the use of technology in music education, as well as a chance to spend some time networking with your peers and sharing ideas and resources.
DAYTiME has become the No. 1 conference in the region focusing on music technology in music education with the 2016 series attracting over 500 attendees.
The DAYTiME program includes an inspiring and thought-provoking keynote followed by a number of various sessions covering everything from planning for and successfully integrating technology into your music program, to practical sessions in using software such as Sibelius, Pro Tools, Mixcraft and GarageBand, from using iPads in the music classroom to exploring the wealth of resources available for delivering music with technology in primary, middle and secondary school.
Attend DAYTiME 2017 for your chance to WIN!
Casio have always been great supporters of our DAYTiME conference series, and of music education generally. For the DAYTiME 2017 series they are offering some fabulous prizes. At each individual event, one lucky delegate will win for their school a Casio PX160 Pro Kit, including a 88-note PX160 digital piano, padded gig bag and sustain pedal valued at $1099, with the overall national prize being a Celviano Grand Hybrid Piano valued at $4999... a total of over $10,000 in prizes to be won!
DAYTiME 2017 - 6 Days in 6 Cities
ADELAIDE | PERTH | SYDNEY | MELBOURNE | BRISBANE | AUCKLAND
What teachers are saying...
"This is an outstanding event and networking opportunity. Some of the conversations around the lunch table are as valuable as the sessions. All presenters in the sessions I attend were outstanding and open to questions. Well done Music EDNet!"
Coordinator of Music
Woodville High School SA
""Thank-you for educating, inspiring and enthusing me."
Mt Maunganui Intermediate NZ
"Keep up the great work - best music PD of the year for me!"
Narangba Valley SHS QLD
"This was the most useful and relevant PD I have attended. I was able to immediately implement new ideas in my classroom from the following day, with great student enthusiasm and success. These new ideas ranged from simple tricks, through to structural changes to my program for the future to better incorporate technology."
Director of Music - Wadhurst
Melbourne Grammar School VIC