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The Art Of Successful Teaching

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Tim Lautzenheiser
Publisher Gia Publications Inc
Catalog # G3722

Price: $23.95

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Product Description

The Art Of Successful Teaching Composed by Tim Lautzenheiser. For book. Published by Gia Publications Inc. (Catalog # G3722, UPC: 9780941050296)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection **
This is the first book by Tim Lautzenheiser, one of the most sought-after speakers on music education and leadership in the United States. It's all here: sections focused on the art of teaching, attitude development, student leadership, thoughts about the controversial world of competition as it relates to music, and a special section for band directors only. This is a book you'll always want to come back to to read chapters for inspiration, to receive supportive and friendly advice, or simply to lift your spirits when faced with seemingly hopeless situations. These are the areas where Tim has made - and continues to make - such a positive impact on so many, and where you can be reminded of your unlimited potential as a shaper of human lives. You are in store for quite an adventure of thought-provoking insights as well as personal fulfillment!

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