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Student teaching in the music classroom is a unique experience that incorporates issues beyond those encountered in general education classroom settings. Music educators plan for singing, movement, performances, rehearsals, score preparation, intensive parent involvement, budgets, uniforms, community outreach, and the list can and does go on. While general education texts may offer students advice on effective teaching strategies and classroom management, it is highly unlikely that these strategies will be fully applicable to the uniqueness of the music classroom.
Table of Contents
|List of Worksheets||p. vii|
|To the Student||p. ix|
|Textbook Structure||p. x|
|To the University Supervisor or Instructor||p. x|
|Preparing for Your First Day and Communication with Your Cooperating Teacher||p. 2|
|Cooperating Teachers and the University Supervisor||p. 3|
|Adjusting to New Environments||p. 8|
|Professional Responsibilities||p. 9|
|Why Observe?||p. 11|
|Meaningful Observation||p. 12|
|Approaches to Observation||p. 23|
|Reflecting on Your Observations||p. 40|
|Curriculum and Lesson Planning||p. 44|
|Philosophy of Music Teaching||p. 45|
|To Plan or not to Plan: That is the Question||p. 49|
|Planning with (and without) Your Cooperating Teacher||p. 50|
|Teaching without a Plan||p. 53|
|Long-Term Planning||p. 54|
|Assessment and Grading||p. 54|
|Effective Teaching and Rehearsal Techniques||p. 57|
|Gaining and Maintaining Attention and Interest||p. 60|
|Personal Musicianship||p. 63|
|Monitoring Student Progress and Providing Feedback||p. 63|
|Pacing and Time Management||p. 64|
|Creating a Positive Learning Environment||p. 66|
|Organizing the Music Classroom||p. 67|
|Building Positive Relationships||p. 71|
|Knowing your Students||p. 74|
|Creating a Management Plan||p. 76|
|Dangerous Behaviors||p. 79|
|When an Incident Occurs||p. 81|
|Program Organization||p. 82|
|Seeking Employment||p. 100|
|Professional Portfolio||p. 105|
|Finding Employment Opportunities||p. 106|
|Selecting References||p. 109|
|Applications and Supporting Materials||p. 109|
|Ethics, Professionalism, and Legal Issues||p. 115|
|Personal Ethics||p. 116|
|Ethical Decision-Making||p. 117|
|Professional Responsibilities||p. 118|
|Continued Professional Growth||p. 126|
|Building Local Relationships||p. 127|
|Building Professional Relationships||p. 129|
|Maintaining Certification or Licensure||p. 129|
|Beginning your Teaching Career||p. 132|
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