Über den Autor
Susan L. Haugland has been a music educator since 1982, with experience teaching band, chorus, orchestra, general music, and music theory at all grade levels from preschool through college. She resides in Lake Bluff, Illinois where she currently teaches general music and orchestra at the elementary level.
1 Setting Up Your Plan 2 Setting the Plan in Motion 3 Following Your Plan 4 Creating a Team 5 Using Projects to Enhance Your Curriculum 6 Advocacy 7 Assessment 8 Appendix A: Sample Choral Handbook 9 Appendix B: Sample Blank Checkbook Page 10 Appendix C: Ideas for Student Projects 11 Appendix D: Sample Rubrics 12 Appendix E: Resources
Co-published by MENC: The National Association for Music Education. Crowd Control is a nuts-and-bolts manual for teachers of middle and high school performance-based classes such as band, orchestra, and chorus. This practical "how-to" guide shows teachers pre-serviced or experienced efficient ways to manage large performance-based classrooms. With wit and sage tried-and-true advice, Haugland provides a complete behavior plan as well as concrete ideas for addressing the National Standards, assessment, advocacy, and ensemble teambuilding. Accessible and indispensable, Crowd Control will become a vital resource in every music teacher's library.