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I can associate music with my moods. I can add or multiply in my head. I like to work with calculators and computers. I pick up new dance steps fast.
It’s easy for me to say what I think in an argument or debate. I enjoy a good lecture, speech or sermon. I always know north from south no matter where I am. I hear an argument or statement that sounds illogical. I have no trouble identifying them. NAfME has updated General Music and Ensemble Workbooks for effectively evaluating music education programs, which teachers can use with administrators. Special Offers for Music Educators: Get New Ideas for Your Classroom!
Updated with More Materials to Support You! The Workbooks continue to include materials to help music educators evaluate the quality of their program, as well as tools to help music educators discuss teacher evaluation within the context of their music classroom with school administrators. What’s valuable this time around, according to Dr. Glenn Nierman, Immediate Past President of NAfME and the Chair of the Committee, are the addition of materials to help assess student growth and to help identify specific music classroom practices that exemplify appropriate music teaching strategies. And, boy, did we learn a lot! Users loved the materials, but asked for more specificity for instructional practices, particularly as it related to developmentally appropriate practices in the general music classroom.
Further, they asked for more support in terms of defining the resources needed to create a quality music education program. Model Cornerstone Assessments as resources in your classroom. Danielson, Marzano, Marshall, and McREL. These worksheets provide administrator-based language for evaluation as well as concrete music classroom examples which relate directly to what an administrator is looking for during teacher observations. I would like any materials donated to me or information emailed to me. I teach K, 1, 2 and 3rd grades.