AUTLA is a professional network of Australian ukulele teachers and leaders across Australia.
We are proud to be running a workshop for music classroom and pre-service music classroom teachers
at 12pm on Sunday the 15th of May.
Presenters on the Day
Rosemary Etherton – The Social and Emotional Benefits of A Functional Ukulele Program
Dan MacEoin – A Practical Guide to Setting Up a Ukulele Music Room – There is No “One Way to Do It”
Chantelle Riordan – Using The Ukulele to Teach Music Theory
Inquiries can be directed to either the Hills Ukulele Festival committee at email@example.com
the AUTLA Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
We Exist to:
To give public voice to the Australian Ukulele Community;
To improve and expand the options for music education in Australian schools;
To bring together Australian ukulele teachers and leaders at a regular gathering/conference;
To support the development of quality teaching and leadership practice in community ukulele groups;
To offer, support and provide resources that promote professional development opportunities for ukulele teachers and leaders;
To maintain a professional network of Australian ukulele teachers and leaders across Australia;
To increase the community’s knowledge of the pleasures and benefits of making music with the ukulele, both individually and in groups.