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TEACHING EXPERIENCE Student Teacher, Hamilton Southeastern High School Fishers, Indiana January 2012 - present  Teach 350 students in Wind Ensemble, Chamber Ensemble, Wind Symphony, Concert Band Red, Concert Band White  Teach Extracurricular Groups: Jazz Band I and II, Pit Orchestra, 2 Clarinet Choirs, 2 Flute Choirs, Brass Ensemble  Plan daily lessons that fit into the established curriculum  Teach music theory lessons to all 5 concert bands  Create a variety of assessments for students including quizzes, projects, peer evaluations  Help implement a revised classroom management plan Practicum Teacher  Muncie Central High School, Muncie, IN, November - December 2011  Anderson Eastside Middle School, Anderson, IN, September - October 2011  Yorktown Middle School, Yorktown, IN, March - April 2011 - Taught full band rehearsals, sectionals, and private lessons on all instruments Low Brass Instructor/Marching Band Staff  Bellmont High School, Decatur, IN, Fall 2010 - Fall 2011 - Taught music (full band and brass and woodwind sectionals), marching fundamentals, marching drill  Eastern High School, Greentown, IN, Fall 2005 - Taught music (brass and woodwind sectionals), marching fundamentals, marching drill  Eastside Middle School, Anderson, IN, Fall 2004-present - Taught private lessons (trombone, euphonium, and tuba)  East Central Indiana Youth Orchestra, Muncie, IN, Spring 2005 - Taught trombone and tuba sectionals and private lessons Charlie Cardinal, page 2 Other Music Teaching Experiences  Phi Mu Alpha Music Director (2011) - Led choral music rehearsals once a week and conducted the 30-member group in all public performances - Oversaw eight annual musical events of the organization - Organized ten active and alumni member recitals - Organized the Festival of American Music for more than 100 attendees - Organized fundraisers for music charities, raising more than 6,000 - Rehearsed, performed, and recorded the Ball State Alma Mater and the National Anth


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