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  • What is the Kodály philosophy?
    The Kodály philosophy is an approach to music education rooted in the idea that music should be a social and cultural experience. The Kodály approach to teaching music asserts that musical concepts, creativity, and collaboration are best taught in group music lessons, particularly for young children. Hungarian composer and pedagogue Zoltán Kodály believed music education could engage students on a spiritual, cultural, and emotional level. With these values in mind, Kodály and his followers developed the Kodály method, which music educators still use in classrooms today.
  • Are there games that can be played with the Kodály philosophy?
    Yes! Please see our Music flashcards. In addition, the "An American Methodolgy" has wonderful resources for activities to complete with your classes.
  • Can I make a return?
    Our owners are happy to work with you to ensure that you receive the best product for your music education needs. If you find that you need to return or exchange a resource, please reach out to us at our "Contact Us" page to discuss a return.
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