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I was wondering if any of you out there have a curriculum written out for your guitar programs. I’m doing my masters project on secondary guitar curriculum and design and wanted to see what others out there are doing.
Nice topic. I’m doing research in Guitar Ed as well. Have you thought about finding all the “official” state curricula for guitar? I imagine that there are only a few. Georgia has recently passed our state performance standards.
Maybe check Florida, Virginia, Nevada, and New Mexico for starters. Feel free to contact me, I’d like to hear how your progress is going. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks for the link! What I’m trying to do is compile as many high school guitar curriculums as possible and see what they have in comin. Identify what the “best practices” are for hight school guitar instruction are and compar them to what I have been doing.
Pethel, what is your research focusing on?
Here’s the “old” (2006) Music Standards for Virginia: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/sol/standards_docs/fine_arts/music/complete/musicartsk-12.pdf
The state is presently developing new standards to include guitar.
In Fairfax Co. VA there are 4 levels: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced, and Artist.
Here are the links to each level:
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