Beginning with the End in Mind: Perspectives on Student Teaching for the New Millennium and Beyond
- This clinic is designed to provide practical information for all involved in the teacher preparation and internship/student teaching process, examining internship/student teaching practices from multiple perspectives: from the university supervisor, the clinical/cooperating teacher, and from a novice teacher who has recently completed the student teaching process. From research on new teachers to best practices, we will provide an interactive, overview and written guide for both student teachers and the teachers who supervise them.
- Arris Golden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/17/2015 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
- Arris Golden is currently pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Wind Conducting at Michigan State University, where she serves an active role in teaching and assisting with all aspects of the band program. Ms. Golden holds the Master of Music Education degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education and Political Science from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to attending Michigan State, Ms. Golden directed concert and marching bands at the middle and high school level in North Carolina for eighteen years. Most recently, Ms. Golden conducted the Gravelly Hill Band in clinic performance at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois (2012). Ms. Golden also guided the Gravelly Hill Bands through performances with guest composers, including the premier of three commissioned works for young band, “Kitsune: The Fox Spirits,” by Brian Balmages, “The Machine Awakes” for young band and electronics by Steven Bryant, and “The Cave You Fear,” by Michael Markowski.