This course offers a unique approach to professional development, providing participants with the opportunity to enhance skills and work actively with teaching concepts. A resource collection of age appropriate cultural materials – songs and games – will be developed as part of the process.
Part A of this course is accredited by the KMEIA national body and upon passing, participants receive the appropriate credit towards the Australian Kodály Certificate in Music Education.
What do these courses offer?
Methodology involves the application of Kodaly’s principles to the development of classroom teaching programmes that are suitable for Australian children.
It includes the study of:
The courses are suited to primary school specialist class music teachers. It is expected that applicants for the course should have (or be completing) a degree/diploma or equivalent in music education and/or education. If the applicant has none of the above, they will be interviewed and offered the opportunity to demonstrate their suitability. This would include basic musical knowledge and music literacy skills.
The course is effectively an in-service training program, and learners are encouraged to apply their developing skills in the workplace. Emphasis is placed upon lower primary (Level 1), middle primary (Level 2) and upper primary (Level 3). Level 2 Course is offered to Level 1 graduates. Level 3 Course is offered to Level 2 graduates.
PLEASE NOTE—Places for these courses fill fast!
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