Midnight Music’s director Katie Wardrobe is a music technology trainer and consultant with a passion for helping music teachers.
“I’m available to run face-to-face professional development workshops for music teachers in Australia. I’m based in Melbourne, but I regularly travel interstate. I run a range of music technology workshops – iPads, interactive whiteboards, notation software, creativity, film-scoring, podcasting, remixing, basic recording, web 2.0, digital literacy and more. You’re also welcome to suggest your own content based on you or your school’s specific needs.
You can read more about me on the About page and more about the types of courses I offer on the Courses page. I am available for full-day (6 hours) or half-day (3 hours) workshops and workshops are hands-on where possible.” ~ Katie Wardrobe
Work With Me: The Options
1. Book a music teacher professional development workshop for your school (an in-service)
Hands-on training for the staff at your school, university or TAFE, using your computer lab, laptops or iPads. There’s no limit to the number of attendees and the session takes place at a time that’s convenient for you. You can choose from one of these courses, or suggest your own content. I am also available to run hands-on student workshops using school computers or iPads. Full-day or half-day options available for both teacher and student workshops.
2. Attend an upcoming “open”/public workshop or online course
I run a number of workshops each year that are hosted by music organisations such as the Association of Music Educators (Victoria) which are open to members and non-members alike. Please take a look at the Events page for more information about these workshops. You’ll also find dates of my upcoming online courses which you can attend from the comfort of your own home.
3. Book me to speak at your network meeting or event
I’m available to speak at conferences, music network meetings and other music education events. Almost all of these courses can be adapted to lecture-style presentations, or you can suggest your own topic. I’m an experienced presenter and have presented at more than 30 conferences and events.
4. Join an online course
If you can’t attend a live face-to-face workshop, you might like to explore my online course options. Courses take place after-hours and there are a range of topics covered, including iPads, interactive whiteboards, Sibelius and more.
Included in all sessions
- Workshop notes
- Useful website links
- Support files
- Certificate of attendance for each participant
My rates are as follows (Australian dollars):
- Half-day (3 hours; minimum booking): $400
- Full-day (6 hours): $800
- Travel and accommodation costs apply outside the metropolitan Melbourne area
I run a range of music technology courses including the following:
- iPads in the music classroom
- iPads for instrumental music teachers
- Interactive whiteboards
- notation software projects
- Arranging with notation software
- Easy recording
- Digital literacy
You’re also welcome to suggest your own content based on your school’s specific needs. There’s much more information on the Courses page.
Enquire about music technology workshops by sending me a message via the Contact page (it goes straight into my email inbox).