Faculty & Staff
David L. Gadberry
Visiting Assistant Professor Music
Office Location: Fisher Rm G21
Gadberry is a visiting assistant professor of music education at Susquehanna University during the 2012–13 school year, where he will be supervising student teachers and teaching music education courses. Previously, he held the position of assistant professor of music education at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Mich. Before returning to school for doctoral studies in 2007, he was a music specialist for Plano Independent School District in Plano, Texas, where he taught grades K-5.
Gadberry holds a Ph.D. in music education from the University of Kansas, and he has earned certification in both Kodály and Orff-Schulwerk. His research interests include pedagogical use of folk music, music in early childhood, inclusion of students with special needs in music classrooms, and behavior management in music education.
Gadberry is currently the secretary of the Organization of American Kodály Educators, where he has been elected to his second term of office. In addition, he frequently presents workshops at music therapy, music education and special education conferences at the local, state, regional and national levels.
- EDUC-300M Arts in Education: Music
- MUED-200 Public School Ed/Music Education
- MUED-339 Public School Music I
- MUED-340 Public School Music 2
- MUED-355 Music for Exceptional Children
- MUED-400 Student Teaching
- MUED-405 Student Teaching Seminar
- MUED-500 Independent Study