R&L Education / National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
Trim: 6 x 9⅛
978-1-60709-305-3 • Paperback • December 2009 • $46.00 • (£35.00)
978-1-60709-306-0 • eBook • December 2009 • $43.50 • (£33.00)
Dr. Young, a graduate of the Ohio University School of Music, is a former music teacher and elementary school principal. He currently is the Executive Director of the West After School Center in Lancaster, Ohio, and an adjunct professor of music at Ohio University-Lancaster.
1 Tips That Establish Effective Practice With Students
2 Tips That Support Recruitment
3 Tips That Enhance Instruction
4 Tips That Enhance the Profession
5 Tips for Personal Growth
6 Tips for Professional Growth
The study of music is vital to a well-rounded educational experience. Paul Young's book of practice and ideas will help principals and their music teachers build strong relationships and increase professional learning capacities that lead to high-quality musical experiences for children and youth of all ages.
— Gail Connelly, executive director, National Association of Elementary School Principals
Paul Young was a music teacher and a principal who also served as the president of the National Association of Elementary School Principals. He's experienced the work of both audiences for this book. It's packed with timeless, practical advice that will resonate with all professional musicians whether they teach in a classroom or perform in other venues.
— Sergeant Major Mitchell Spray, US Army