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Habits of A Successful Band Director

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Scott Rush
Publisher Gia Publications Inc
Catalog # G6777

Price: $29.95

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Product Description

Habits of A Successful Band Director Composed by Scott Rush. For book. Published by Gia Publications Inc. (Catalog # G6777, UPC: 9781579995706)

** Stanton’s Signature Selection **

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A. THE LIFE OF A BAND DIRECTOR OUTLINE  
B. THE BAND HANDBOOK  
C. PARENT PROFILE FORM  
D. MEDICAL/FIELD TRIP PERMISSION FORMS  
E. EXPECTATION SHEET  
F. THE FOUR T'S ASSESSMENT  
G. PITCH TENDENCY CHART  
H. THE THREE-TIERED ASSESSMENT MODEL  
1. BE ORGANIZED AND COMMUNICATE  
10. MAKE MUSIC  
2. WORK WITH PARENTS AND COLLEAGUES  
3. MANAGE THE CLASSROOM  
4. UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF WARM-UP  
5. INCORPORATE EFFECTIVE REHEARSAL STRAT  
6. MAKE HIGH-QUALITY LIT YOUR CURRICULUM  
7. ASSESS FOR SUCCESS  
8. BUILD STUDENT LEADERSHIP  
9. BEG, BORROW, STEAL, AND HONE SKILLS  

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