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A comprehensive workshop for junior high, middle school and high school instrumental teachers.
Enrollment is limited to 60 participants. Online registration coming soon. The online registration link is to register for the workshop only. To receive undergraduate or graduate credits, there are additional fees, separate payments, forms and/or enrollment procedures required.
For more information, contact James Swearingen at 614-236-6261 or 614-236-6411.
To meet the challenge of establishing a well-balanced instrumental music program, we need to expose our students to a variety of instructional and performance opportunities. For the first-year teacher to the seasoned pro, this workshop has been designed to enhance the positive experiences of dealing with the concert band, marching band and jazz band.
Noon - 1 pm
1 - 2 pm
2:10 - 3:10 pm
3:20 pm - 4 pm
"Jim Swearingen's "The Complete Band Director Workshop" is a "must attend" for any band director committed to improving the quality of their band program. Not only does this workshop provide a great number of ideas and helpful tips, but the passion and enthusiasm of the outstanding clinicians will inspire you to become a better educator." -- Joe Burke, Hilliard Heritage Middle School, Hilliard, Ohio
"The Complete Band Director Workshop continues to be the finest, most relevant gathering of its kind. In this new era of licensure, continuing education credits and IPDPs, this workshop offers the perfect opportunity to remain current and effective, both in the classroom and in performance." -- Jim Dowdy, Capital University Junior Winds, Columbus, Ohio
"In 12 years of teaching, I never have attended a conference with the mixture of education, good fellowship and just plain fun than The Complete Band Director Workshop! Being from out of state, I have gained new insight into many facets of the 'music education experience.' If you miss this, you really have missed a great experience! Sometimes band directors feel like they're alone in the world. This workshop makes you feel like a member of the family." -- Lee Ann Lykens, Liberty (Raleigh) High School, Glen Daniel, W. Va.
"The complete workshop!! Tremendous clinicians, great handouts and all areas covered. This workshop renewed my beliefs in striving for a balanced program and for putting our students, and the experiences we can present, at the focal point of our teaching." -- Elmer Broecker, West Jefferson High School, West Jefferson, Ohio.
Sponsored by Capital University's Conservatory of Music and Stanton's Sheet Music.
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