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DepEd Advisory No. 122, s. 2015
April 6, 2015
In compliance with DepEd Order No. 8, s. 2013
this advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials,
personnel/staff, as well as the concerned public.
(Visit www.deped.gov.ph.)
2015 NATIONAL SEMINAR-WORKSHOP AND FORUM OF THE PHILIPPINE
SOCIETY FOR MUSIC EDUCATION (PSME)
The Philippine Society for Music Education (PSME) will hold its 2015 National Seminar-Workshop with the theme Building Competencies and Music-Making Skills for Music Teaching, and Forum on Music Research and Implications to Music Education from May 20 to 22, 2015 at the Sta. Isabel College, Taft Avenue, Manila.
The Seminar-Workshop and Forum aims to build/develop pedagogical and music-making skills among participants teaching Grades 3 and 4 pupils, 9 and 10 students of the K to 12 Curriculum.
The target participants are Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) teachers, supervisors, department heads and school administrators from both public and private elementary and secondary schools.
More information may be inquired from any of the following:
• Peof. Leticia G. del Valle
President and Project Director
Philippine Society for Music Education (PSME)
c/o Music Education Department
University of the Philippines (UP)
Diliman, Quezon City
Telephone No.: (02) 931-4623
Mobile Phone No.: 0906-326-7196
Email Address: lettydelvalle@yahoo.com
Website Address: http://www.psme-online.org/
• Sr. Glenda Java DC
Telephone Nos.: (02) 525-9416; (02) 524-9723
Mobile Phone Nos.: 0924-481-5608; 0949-314-8640
Email Address: glenz_dc@yahoo.com
Madel: 2015 PSME National Seminar Workshop
0181-April 1, 2015

 

DepEd Advisory No. 122, s. 2015

April 6, 2015

In compliance with DepEd Order No. 8, s. 2013

this advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials,

personnel/staff, as well as the concerned public.

(Visit www.deped.gov.ph.)

 

2015 NATIONAL SEMINAR-WORKSHOP
AND FORUM OF THE PHILIPPINE SOCIETY FOR MUSIC EDUCATION (PSME)

The Philippine Society for Music Education (PSME) will hold its 2015 National Seminar-Workshop with the theme Building Competencies and Music-Making Skills for Music Teaching, and Forum on Music Research and Implications to Music Education from May 20 to 22, 2015 at the Sta. Isabel College, Taft Avenue, Manila.

 

The Seminar-Workshop and Forum aims to build/develop pedagogical and music-making skills among participants teaching Grades 3 and 4 pupils, 9 and 10 students of the K to 12 Curriculum.

 

The target participants are Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) teachers, supervisors, department heads and school administrators from both public and private elementary and secondary schools.

 

More information may be inquired from any of the following:

 

• Peof. Leticia G. del Valle

President and Project Director

Philippine Society for Music Education (PSME)

c/o Music Education Department

University of the Philippines (UP)

Diliman, Quezon City

Telephone No.: (02) 931-4623

Mobile Phone No.: 0906-326-7196

Email Address: lettydelvalle@yahoo.com

Website Address: http://www.psme-online.org/

 

• Sr. Glenda Java DC

Telephone Nos.: (02) 525-9416; (02) 524-9723

Mobile Phone Nos.: 0924-481-5608; 0949-314-8640

Email Address: glenz_dc@yahoo.com

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Workshop Content:

  • Music Theory I (Music Fundamantals and notereading
  • Music Theory II (review of elements and basic harmony)
  • Strategies and Materials for Grades 3&4
  • Strategies and Materials for Grades 9&10
    Performance:
  • Vocal
    Vocal Techniques and Classroom Singing
    Vocal Techniques and Choral Training
  • Instrumental
    Choice of:
    Bamboo Instruments
    Guitar
    Ukelele
    Melodica
    Bamboo Flute

    FORUM: Selected Music Research with implications to Music Education

    REGISTRATION FEE: Registration fee of four thousand pesos (P4,000.00) includes workshop materials and scores in print, CD and DVD. 10% discount for life members of PSME

    Participants are requested to bring their own instruments, especially guitars. However, there will be instruments for sale in the venue.
    All participants are required to attend the Culminating Program on the last day 4-6pm
    attire: plain black shirt or blouse, black pants and bright colored scarf. 

    Registration will be on May 20, 2015 at 7:00 am

    FOR INQUIRIES AND RESERVATION PLS CONTACT :

    Sr. Glenda Java DC

    Telephone Nos.: (02) 525-9416; (02) 524-9723

    Mobile Phone Nos.: 0924-481-5608; 0949-314-8640

    Email Address: glenz_dc@yahoo.com

 

 

 







News and Updates

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Sep 29, 2014
Category: General
"Playing Techniques and Interpretation"
Mar 11, 2014
Category: General
Music Education graduate students of the Philippine Normal University and Sta. Isabel Conservatory of Music were presented by the PSME in a whole-day Music Teaching Demo on the DepEd K-12 music curriculum on February 22, 2014 at the PNU Conference Hall.
Mar 11, 2014
Category: General
PSME in cooperation with the Philippine Normal University, held a Himig Kawayan Concert in the University Quadrangle on February 22, 2014 in celebration of Arts Month.
Music selections performed were mostly Filipino folk music, with a few popular airs and contemporary numbers.
Mar 11, 2014
Category: General
The Fortunato F. Halili National Agricultural School of Guyong, Sta. Maria, Bulacan hosted the week-long Music Seminar Workshop of Grades 2 and 8 Music Teachers and Supevisors of Regional III from January 27-31, 2014.
Mar 11, 2014
Category: General
Training in performing Maguindanao and Kalinga Gong and Bamboo Ensemble.
Feb 14, 2014
Category: General
JANUARY 2014 - TRAINING OF TRAINORS
The 5-day PSME – NDCEP Training of Trainor’s for Music Teachers and Supervisors at the Ecotech Center, Lahug Cebu City on October, was again successfully held January 27-31, 2014, at the Fortunato F. Halili National Agricultural School (FFHNAS) in Guyong, Sta. Maria, Bulacan.
The training was  in cooperation with DepEd Region III and FFHNAS and attended by 106 teachers and supervisors of Region III.
The Culminating Program showcasing performance skills and other outcomes on the last day of the training.
CLOSING PROGRAM:
Invocation
Philippine National Anthem
Region III – Regional Song
Dragon Dance (in celebration of Chinese New Year)
Welcome Remarks                                     Prof. Leticia G. del Valle
Project Director
President, PSME
The Future of Music & Arts Teachers in the Grade II program                      
Mrs. Alice  Panares
NCCA Official
K to 12 Consultant for the Arts
Challenge
Dr. Isabelita M. Borres
Regional Director
MUSICAL PERFORMANCE

Ode to Joy Beethoven
Aristeo  A. Mendez conducting
Music Theory I -  Grade 2 Class

African Dance Anon.
Roy Chester V. Andres conducting

Materials & Teaching Strategies – Grade 2 Class
Ode to Joy Beethoven
Playing Instruments: Guitar - Grade 2 Class
Boyambo Kembo Kembo Folk Song  of Central Luzon
Jose O. Barcelo conducting

Pen Pen de Sarapen
Mary Jane F. Manzano conducting
Classroom Singing – Grade 2  Class

Atin Cu Pung Singsing  (Folksong) Arr. Mar Cartel
Playing Instruments: Bamboo – Grade 2 Class

Caiqiu Wu Chinese Festival Tune
Mo Li Hua – Jasmine Flower Chinese Folksong
Arirang (Korea) Korean Folksong
Burung Kaka Tua (Indonesia) Indonesian Folksong
Alicia D. Wenceslao conducting

Music Theory II – Grade 8 Class
Bahay Kubo Folk Song
Arr. S. Jamisolamin
Playing Instruments: Guitar Grade 8 - Class
Ghana Aleluia Traditional Ghana
Arr. Kathy Armstrong
Anthony Ryan Cruz conducting
Doraji Korean Folksong
Pilar G. Cadaing conducting
Haida American Folk Music
Vocal Techniques & Choral Singing
Grade  8 Class
Bamboo Instruments from Cordillera
Bunkaka – Tininglayan pattern
Tongatong – Tininglayan pattern
Patanguk  - Ginalupak pattern
Salidumay  - all
Playing Instruments: Bamboo Grade 8 – Class
China
Fengyang Hua Gu (Flower Drum Song)
Japan
Hamabe, No Uyah (Song of the Seasons)
Indonesia
Lancaran Jaranan (a vocal gamelan piece)
India
Namane Kare Chature (performance showcasing elements of Indian music
Clap, raga, tala, drumming, keeping track of tale)
Israel
Hava Nagilah Jewish Dance

Musics of Asia – Grade 8 Class
Thank you for the Music Abba
Rogelili A. Maniego
Materials & Teaching Strategies – Grade 2 Class
AWARDING OF CERTIFICATES
Nov 1, 2013
Category: General
Music and Art National Trainors Training at Ecotech Cebu.