Any thoughts on Kodaly?
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As I put in a previous forum, I am currently a band director at a small private school that has been offered a full time position as head over the entire music program. I would teach K-12 Music. I have been researching as well as asking advice on here, but the Kodaly Curriculum seems very appealing. Any experiences, good and bad, with this program? Recommendations?
Hello, I am a music education student at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. I have gone through several Kodaly workshops and worked with many educators trained in Kolday throughout my time in university and have had nothing but wonderful experiences with it. I have used a combination of both the Orff and Kodaly methods in my pre-service teaching with general music and orchestra. If you are interested in Kodaly, I would also highly suggest you look into the Gordon method, as some people find that even more useful or better suited to their pedagogical methods and ideas, particularly when a general music program flows into band programs. I hope this was useful and best of luck with your venture into general music!
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