Successfully Managing Your Music Ensemble Rehearsal Parts 1&2- With Kurt Bauche and Joe Pappas - Nottelmann Music Company
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Successfully Managing Your Music Ensemble Rehearsal Parts 1&2- With Kurt Bauche and Joe Pappas

Successfully Managing Your Music Ensemble Rehearsal Parts 1&2- With Kurt Bauche and Joe Pappas

About this Webinar –

It’s really indisputable – it’s very difficult to achieve success in directing the school music ensemble without good classroom management.  In this webinar, veteran music educators begin with real-world tips on classroom management and expand the discussion to include to a complete look at successfully managing your music ensemble rehearsal.

About the Clinicians –

Kurt D. Bauche

Kurt served as the Director of Bands in the Farmington School District from 1982 to 2012.  There, Kurt was responsible for the high school marching band, symphonic band, concert band, two jazz bands, and steel drum orchestra. Under his direction, annually received superior ratings at the MSHSAA Evaluative Music Festival.  In addition, the band performed at the Missouri Music Educators Association Convention in 1993.  His honors include being named a Nationally Registered and Certified Music Educator through the MENC certification program, the Farmington School District Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, the East Central District #7 “Outstanding Educator” award, The Charles Emmons Outstanding Band Director Award, and was recently elected into the Missouri Bandmasters Hall of Fame and the Missouri Music Educators Association Hall of Fame.  He is past President of the East Central District Music Educators, the Missouri Bandmasters Association, and the Missouri Music Educators Association. Kurt Bauche currently resides in Farmington, Missouri.

Joe Pappas

Joe, a native of Missouri, has written over two hundred compositions for various types of ensembles from beginning bands to college wind ensembles. He is most known for his compositions for young bands and young musicians. His works have been performed in the United States, Canada, Central America, China and Europe.

Mr. Pappas actively serves as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the Midwest. After twenty seven years of successful teaching in public schools, Mr. Pappas currently is adjunct professor at Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Mo., and Southeast Missouri University, Cape Girardeau, Mo. He devotes most of his time to composing and working as an educational consultant and publishing editor for his own company, JPM Music Publications, which he started in 1992. He is also the Midwest regional coordinator for Music In the Parks, Festivals of Music and a coordinator/consultant for Six Flags Music Festivals.

To gain the most benefit, please follow these suggested steps:

Step One – Download the Note Page

Prepare to either type your notes into the Word.doc or Google Doc and save the changes, or write in your notes by hand into a printed copy.

Step Two –

As you view the webinar, we encourage you to take notes as you go along.  Feel free to stop the recording and rewind as needed.

Step Three – Download the Action Plan Template

Choose either format; Word Doc or Google Doc.  After considering the key points that you wish to implement, describe the point in the ACTION BOX select a date for the initial implementation.  Then, select a date that you plan to review and assess the success of the implementation.

Step Four –

PART 1     

PART 2   

An 80% score or better will result in a Certificate of Completion emailed to the address you provide.  Those scoring less than 80% will be allowed to retake the quiz.  In order to do so, you’ll need to register in the quiz with an alternate email.

Step Five – Review the Follow-up Links and Materials Below

You are encouraged to review these links for further study related to this topic.

Webinar – Recruitment and Retention in Your Music Program – with Joe Pappas

Webinar – Go with the Flow – What to Do When Plans Change – with Joe Simino

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20 Mistakes Teachers Make When They De-clutter Their Classroom

Creating Positive Classroom Behavior – with Dr. Tim Lautzenhauser

Your Relationship With Students – by Ray Benton