SYLLABUS CAdvanced Organ PedagogyC2 hrs CreditCDr. Robert Knupp, MUS 6517

MUS 6517CAdvanced Organ PedagogyC2 hrs CreditCDr. Robert Knupp,
Prerequisites: Graduate Standing
Description: An in-depth study of the art of teachingBits applications to students
of all levels from total beginner to graduate student.
Rationale: Students in an MM Program are preparing for careers that require a
mastery of the art of teaching..
Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students should be able to train
others to play the organ.
Adacemic Integrity: Students must do their own work, but should read the Tomahawk
and Student Bulletin concerning cheating. Any work which exhibits cheating or
plagiarism will be given no (zero) credit.
Topics Covered: Organ Pedagogy, General Pedagogical Concepts
Method of Instruction: Lecture, Substantial reading and discussion
Required Practices: Giving Organ Lessons to a non-organist, Reading
Method of Evaluation: One Test, Evaluation of teaching effectiveness
Materials for Instruction: Hurford, Peter-The Art of Making Music on the Organ
The Inner Game of Tennis
Riestad, EloiseBA Soprano on her head