The Music Administration Collaborative at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic
December 17th - 20th, 2014
The Music Administration Collaborative will feature three sessions geared toward current trends and issues facing music program leaders at the Midwest Clinic.
See a complete list of sessions and reserve your seat
Midwest Music Administration Collaborative Event Flyer
For more information about the Music Administration Collaborative, send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 574-523-0677.
Touchpoint Article : Building Trust
By Gary Markham
It takes great personal character traits to be a successful educator, but trustworthiness is of the highest order. Having great pedagogical skill, wonderful instructional strategies and inspiring conducting prowess are certainly important traits for a music educator. However, the ability to develop trusting relationships must have equal weight and be at the center of your character.
Students will be motivated to work harder when there is genuine caring and the trust that you want them to succeed. They must know that you will not give up on them and you will do whatever is necessary to support their instructional needs. Moreover, your modeling of trustworthiness will be a positive inspiration beyond the music making. Read the full article