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Differentiation Through A Kodály Lens

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Wednesday, January 24, 2024

6:30 PM - 8 PM EST

Virtual Event

Presenter: Bryson Tarbet from That Music Teacher

In this session, we will dive in and apply the research supporting the use of universal design for learning to improve meaningful differentiation in a variety of classroom settings through a Kodály lens.

We'll dive into the practical applications of research in order to best serve all of the learners that enter our classrooms as well as strategies to manage the unique needs of so many students without getting overwhelmed.


OAKE Members: $20

Non-Members: $25

College Students: $0

About the Presenter: Bryson Tarbet is a PreK-6th grade general music teacher just outside of Columbus, Ohio. He received his Bachelor’s of Music in Music Education from Ohio Wesleyan University his Master of Music in Music Education with a Kodály emphasis from Capital University.

Bryson spent his first year out of college as part of an elementary school intervention team and he fell in love with working with students with disabilities. Due to this experience, as well as his personal experience as a neurodiverse individual, Bryson feels very strongly about advocating for sensory and emotionally-inclusive classrooms.


Bryson started That Music Teacher, LLC with the goal of sharing different perspectives on issues pertaining to the lives of music educators across the country. He also hosts That Music Podcast, a podcast for elementary music teachers and is the educator behind the Elementary Music Summit.


More information about Bryson and That Music Teacher can be found at Bryson can also be found on Instagram and Facebook @ThatMusicTeacher.

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