Modern teaching techniques: Edwin Gordon
“My best recommendation to music teachers of the next century is to improvise, improvise, improvise! Get rid of notation. Learn from music learning theory to teach children to make music without the aid of notation or music theory. Follow religiously the process of the way we learn language.”
Quote by Edwin E. Gordon in the National Association for Music Education Journal, Teaching Music, April 2016.
Learn more about “music babble”, “tonal babble”, and “rhythm babble” on the Gordon Institute for Music Learning website. http://giml.org/mlt/earlychildhood/