Resource Hub

The Resource Hub provides a central location to access music education resources from across the country.

The full collection is available to ASME members.

Use the left hand menu to filter resources.

Newsletters

SA

ASME SA – Newsletter, Term 3, 2024

 
SA

ASME SA – Newsletter, Term 2, 2024

 
VIC

ASME Vic Bulletin February 2024

 
WA

OPUS Term 3, 2023

 

Advocacy

National

Richard Gill – video of Keynote address at the 2015 National Conference in Adelaide

SA

Lee Musemici, Principal, Challis PS (WA), video from MusicEdNet DayTime conference courtesy of Keith Huxtable

SA

SA Music Educating for Life 2017 – Janice Purdie article

 
VIC

ASME Vic Advocacy Poster – Benefits to overall development; why music education matters

 

Teaching Resources

SACE Music Studies Exam Answers 2023

 
NSW

Composing for Drum Kit – May 2024: Video Recording

NSW

Composing for Drum Kit – May 2024: Resource Pack

SA

SACE-Space Music Education Conference Resources for ASME Members

Media

VIC

ASME Vic Capturing Voices – Interview with Graham Bartle OAM

 
VIC

ASME Vic Capturing Voices – Interview with Graham Bartle OAM

 
SA

Anita Collins’ presentation at SA Teacher Symposium, March 2017 – Music: The Keys to Language and Reading

VIC

Unpacking the New VCE Study Design – Webinar 5 – Lynne Morton

VIC

Unpacking the New VCE Study Design – Webinar 4 – Lynne Morton

VIC

Unpacking the New VCE Study Design – Webinar 3 – Lynne Morton

Australian Journal of Music Education

National

Australian Journal of Music Education Vol 56(1)

National

Australian Journal of Music Education Vol 55(2)

National

Australian Journal of Music Education Vol 55(1)

Guidelines for submitting articles to AJME

 

Policy Submissions

National

ASME National Cultural Policy Consultation Submission

 

AGM Reports

National

ASME – Presidents Report (2021)

National

ASME – National Treasurer Report (2021)

National

ASME – National Secretary Report (2021)

National

Audited Financial Statement (2021)

Useful Links

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