Introduction to Interscholastic Music
Introduction to Interscholastic Music is an online course, brought to you by the National Federation of State High School Associations, designed to provide an overview of best practices in the music classroom and interscholastic music competitions.
The skills taught in this course introduce and reinforce time tested guidelines and techniques that music educators of any level of proficiency can use in directing music programs across the United States. Although this course is useful at any point of a music teachers career this course is best fit for music educators in their beginning years.
Upon completion of this course, you will have the skills and knowledge necessary to develop the strategies and tools needed to be successful in the music classroom.
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- What To Expect
Role and Responsibilities o...
( 4 Sections )
- How to Organize Your Year
- Scheduling, Facilities, Grading
- Classroom Management
- Festivals, Contents, All-State
Identifying Proficiency and...
( 3 Sections )
- Knowing Your Ensemble
- Mentorship Programs
Enhance the Music Classroom...
( 4 Sections )
- SMART Goal
- Assessing Effectiveness of Your Goals
- The Seven R's
- Course Conclusion
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