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Evolution of A Successful Band Director
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Evolution of A Successful Band Director

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format book
Composer Scott Rush
Publisher Gia Publications Inc
Catalog # G7440

Price: $30.95

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Evolution of A Successful Band Director Composed by Scott Rush. For book. Published by Gia Publications Inc. (Catalog # G7440, UPC: 9781579997427)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection **
Intended for both novice and experienced band directors, this companion to Scott Rush’s bestselling book Habits of a Successful Band Director is designed to:

    Present effective teaching principles with more depth and understanding
    Challenge readers to look deep within themselves to find solutions that will lead to more effective teaching
    Pose questions and suggest activities to put these solutions into action and cause readers to set goals through self-discovery
    Establish the classroom as a true laboratory for making music
    Provide a study guide for college methods classes using Habits of a Successful Band Director

This user-friendly volume is chock-full of ideas for solving common technical problems and, more importantly, creates a framework for band directors to reevaluate and improve every aspect of the job. This book is designed to be an invaluable companion for the entire breadth of a band director’s career.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A: THE FOUR T'S ASSESSMENT MODEL  
APPENDICES:  
ASSESSING FOR MASTERY  
B: THE THREE-TIERED ASSESSMENT MODEL  
C: INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE RUBRIC  
D: INDIVIDUAL SIGHT-READING RUBRIC  
DEVELOPING/PROFESSIONAL MISSION STATEMEN  
E: SUPPLEMENTAL STUDY GUIDE/HABITS...  
EQUIPPING THE MUSICAL TOOLBOX  
MAKING MUSIC  
PERSONAL RENEWAL TIME  
PLANNING/IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE STRATEGY  
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES  
STRUCTURE EQUALS LEARNING  
TEACHING VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF PLAYING  
TEN LEADERSHIP QUESTIONS  
WHAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT IN LIFE  
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