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The 2017 registration is now open. Pre-registration rates are as follows:
$120 Early Bird Director Rate
Through Sept. 22nd
$150 Pre-conference Director Rate
Through Dec.15th
$85 First Time Attendee Rate
Through Dec. 15th 

College Student Rate
Through Dec. 15th

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Adding Value to the Student Teaching Experience

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  • Student teaching should be one of the most valuable educational experiences in a university student’s life; unfortunately this is often not the case. Student teachers and mentor teachers alike can benefit from this clinic that addresses many crucial questions impacting the value and effectiveness of the student teaching experience. These important issues will be addressed in this engaging clinic designed to benefit collegians preparing to student teach, as well as prospective mentor teachers.
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  • David W. Campo became Associate Director of Bands at Stephen F. Austin State University in 2004. In addition to overseeing all aspects of the 250-member Lumberjack Marching Band, Campo is coordinator of undergraduate conducting studies and conducts the S.F.A. Wind Symphony. Prior to his appointment at SFA, he was a Doctoral Conducting Fellow at the University of Oklahoma; he received his D.M.A. in 2007. From 1999 – 2001, Campo was the Associate Director of Bands at the University of Louisiana – Lafayette, where he supervised all athletic bands in addition to conducting the University concert band and teaching conducting. For 15 years, he taught at both the middle school and high school levels in Louisiana, where his bands received state and national recognition for their excellence.