JM - The Jolly Music Programme

Teaching music skills to infants.
Includes FREE 144 page Manual & 6 CDs by post containing all 524 performance tracks.
 
A step by step music programme for infants, doing for music what Jolly Phonics has done for reading!
 
This self-paced on-line course contains detailed information, instructional sequences and teaching suggestions for working within our music curriculum, touching on listening, responding, performing and composing.
In summary, we set out to explore:
  • Successful approaches to early years music teaching
  • Musical skills and how to teach them
  • Features of a high-quality music curriculum and teaching practice
  • Basic principles and techniques of the Kodály approach to teaching music and the tools the Kodály approach uses to achieve its goals
  • Approaches to teaching the lessons of the Jolly Music programme specifically
  • Teaching of performance skills using practical material from Jolly Music showing the progression of the teaching across several months, with the skills being taught simultaneously, not consecutively
  • Teaching of abstract skills such as composition and improvisation
Teachers will discretely & systematically engage with the school self-evaluation processes & instruments with a view to later formulating and implementing a self improvement plan.
 
The on-line format of the course enables you to study when and where you want to learn. Content is divided into 5 modules which you can complete in any order.
Participants are encouraged to interact with one another using the communication tools (forum, chat, e-mail) provided by the CPD College learning system. Active facilitation throughout the course provides expert interaction, guidance and feedback for all participants. Assignments and questions which call for critical reflection, self-analysis and a reasoned response punctuate this highly interactive web based course.
 
On completion of this course each participant can download their CPD record and Certificate of completion. The Certificate of completion demonstrates your achievement in completing this professional development course.
 

Note: Each participant has 90 days access to the course from their date of enrolment.