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Evaluating Teachers of Music Performance Groups - David Doerksen

Evaluating Teachers of Music Performance Groups

Paperback Published: 1st September 2006
ISBN: 9781578864416
Number Of Pages: 89

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Evaluating Teachers of Music Performance Groups provides a practical approach to evaluating teachers of music performance groups that can be used by supervisors, educators, and students. An effective evaluation system must define the teaching task and provide supervisors with the knowledge and skills to use the system. Part One of the book presents the basic documents for defining the teaching task. These include an evaluation calendar, an effective teacher profile, and five sample job descriptions. Part Two provides a review of the evaluation process with an emphasis on analyzing and evaluating music instruction. Included are sample forms for the different steps of the process, and a discussion of topics such as clinical supervision, setting goals and objectives, recording information during observations, the diagnostic/prescriptive process, and plans for assistance. The forms provided can be enlarged and copied for use by the purchaser. Those with supervisory responsibilities �both experienced and inexperienced �will find practical ideas and useful procedures readily adaptable to their professional needs. The materials presented may also serve as a resource for college subjects such as administration and supervision of school music and for courses in which undergraduates visit public school music classrooms to observe and analyze instruction.

A timely update!--Bill Larson, music supervisor, Great Falls, Montana (ret.), former president, NW Division, MENC and Lowell Mason Fellow

Basic documentsp. 1
Overview of the evaluation planp. 1
Outline of the evaluation planp. 2
The evaluation calendarp. 2
Evaluative criteriap. 4
NBPT standardsp. 4
Teacher effectiveness researchp. 4
An effective teacher profilep. 6
Standardsp. 7
Job descriptionsp. 9
The evaluation processp. 25
General considerationsp. 25
The goal-setting conferencep. 27
Characteristics of goalsp. 27
Sources of goalsp. 28
The pre-observation conferencep. 32
Selection of goals and objectivesp. 33
Reporting the results of the pre-observation conferencep. 36
The observationp. 37
Techniques and methods for recording informationp. 37
Comprehensive observationp. 41
Procedures for recording informationp. 44
Analyzing instructionp. 45
Characteristics of music groupsp. 45
The warm-upp. 47
Diagnostic/prescriptive instructionp. 48
The post-observation conferencep. 51
Supervisory stylesp. 53
Conclusion of the conferencep. 56
Plans of assistancep. 56
Specifics of the plan of assistancep. 56
Developing the plan of assistancep. 59
A final wordp. 61
Performance goal planning formp. 64
Pre-observation formp. 66
Observation guidep. 68
Post-observation formp. 71
Teacher evaluation formp. 73
Plan of assistancep. 76
Intensive plan of assistancep. 79
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ISBN: 9781578864416
ISBN-10: 1578864410
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 89
Published: 1st September 2006
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.49 x 14.17  x 0.81
Weight (kg): 0.14
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised

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