The Art of Successful Teaching: A Blend of Content & Context

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GIA Publications, 1992 - Education - 239 pages
 

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Contents

What They Must Know
138
What It Takes
143
Leadership Purpose
148
For Band Directors Only
153
For Band Directors Only
155
Special Thoughts for Your Band
157
Be Responsible for the Greatest Show on Earth
161
Negotiation and Education A Question of Balance
165

Job or Mission?
50
Fact not Fiction
54
Press On
60
The Real Key to Successful Motivation
66
To Discipline or Not to Discipline? That Is the Question
69
Daring to Look at the Whole Responsibility
72
The Proof Is in the Pudding
76
The Essence of What Makes a Special Event Special
80
Its All in Your Attitude
83
Its All in Your Attitude
85
Getting Serious about Being Positive
86
Achieving Success
89
Its All in Your Attitudeand Theirs Creating Winners
94
Dealing with Feelings of Insecurity
98
Argue for Your Limitations and You Get To Own Them
102
The Key to Motivation
107
The Price of Success
112
A Matter of Attitude
117
Student Leadership
121
A Lifetime Study
123
You Cant Go It Alone Cmon Student Leaders
126
Seven Myths about Leadership
131
About this Thing Called Leadership
136
Playing Rests
169
Band Directing May Be Hazardous To Your Health
172
Success Products for Band Directors
178
Bounce Back with the Basketball Band
181
The Most Important Audience
185
Why Do We Do It?
188
Just One More For the Road
191
The Proverbial Summer Vacation
196
Benefits Beyond Revenue via Fund Raising ThankYous
202
Thoughts About Competition
205
Thoughts about Competition
207
Lets Band Together
208
The Value Of Risking
211
Creating Winners
214
A Matter of Context and Choice
218
How To Separate Winning From 1st Place
221
Six Steps to Better Competition Scores
224
A Posture of Success
228
Its Up to You
232
The True Value of Competition
236
About the Author
239
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