- Music for All: Culturally responsive teaching (click here for more information on CRT)
- Music for All: Folk song research (music from your personal collections, music from around the globe, research concerning songs with controversial/questionable roots)
- Music for All: Back to the basics (tried and true Kodály pedagogical principles)
- Music for All: Current trends (such as technology, PBL, STEAM, etc.)
- Music for All: Musicianship (refresh and build upon)
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Graduate credit for conference attendance is available from the Kodály Music Institute
MENTOR AND NEWCOMER PROGRAM
Make sure to tell us if this is your first OAKE National Conference on the registration form!
INSTRUMENTAL TRACK (IT)
Designed for instrumental educators of all levels, these sessions explore the application of Kodály approach and philosophy to band and string instruments to foster greater literacy and learning.
SECONDARY CHORAL TRACK (SCT)
These sessions are designed for Middle and High School choral educators to explore a Kodály-inspired skills based approach to music literacy, rehearsal techniques and repertoire.
Important Contacts and FAQ
Scheduling concerns and inquiries should be addressed to the National Conference Business Director, Nancy Johnson. OAKE typically releases the final conference schedule in mid-February preceding the conference.
Equipment inquiries should be addressed to the Equipment Coordinator, Nick Mercier.
Materials Upload inquiries (pictures, biographies, agreements, handouts) should be addressed to the Administrative Coordinator, Colleen Graves.