The Chenaniah Summer Music Institute aims to equip music teachers with the skills needed for a successful music literacy program. All instruction is done through the lens of a Christian worldview. In this two-week intensive training session, participants will receive instruction in singing-based music training with an emphasis on the Kodály method and pedagogy. This comprehensive approach to music education, developed by Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály, uses a sequential curriculum of games, folk music and singing to inspire students of all ages to love music and develop musical literacy skills. The unique part of this course of study is its integration of Christianity with the Kodály methodology. This pairing will entail classes which look at music and theology as well as how a biblical worldview can affect and permeate the teaching of music.
Entering students should be teachers already or preparing to be a teacher.
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Students will have work to do each after class in preparation for the next day.
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