2015-2016 Music Teacher Planner – chapter 4

2015-2016 Music Teacher Planner – chapter 4

  I’ve learned quite a bit using this planner and you are going to benefit as I’ve made some changes particularly to chapter 4. The biggest change from the original planner is that I’ve  moved the volunteer information and tracking charts to the Performances and Field Trips sections because in real life, that is when I need them most.   My hope is that when I am talking with parents on the phone or sitting with them in a planning meeting, I’ll be able to quickly jot down who is doing what and not have to spend any time flipping through the right page. I’ve also adjusted the riser seating charts a little as I’ve used them more.  My school fluctuates in size rather dramatically from year to year.  Last year we had 12 classes in each grade level while this year we had 8.  The number of risers I have never changes, so I need options for riser assignments to keep me sane. It’s important to remember that not all pages are pictured below.  In order to see the full range of options, please download. In my planner I include the following 2 page layout for each performance on the calendar.  For me that includes, Kinder, 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 2 Choir performances.  an ideas page  a volunteer / to do list  enough riser charts to fit both mine and my co-teachers classes (2-3 pages) depending on the  size of the grade level a small performances page – 5th grade “graduation”, Volunteer Appreciation Brunch, and whatever comes up throughout the year when some sort of musical performances...
Music Teacher Planner and Management Notebook- part 4 – performance & field trip planner

Music Teacher Planner and Management Notebook- part 4 – performance & field trip planner

 to download the fourth section of the planner – click on the link below!!!! DOWNLOAD program and field trip planner ideas- Keep all of your performance brainstorms in one spot program checklist- create your own on-going checklist riser arrangements – make sure that you and your students know exactly where they are going to stand during a performance…. Each spot has a number, which means that your students can easily be lined up before you start. choreography notes – sometimes you just need a place to keep your “counts” small performances – here is chart that is just the right size to plan those small and sometimes unplanned performances that crop up throughout the year field trip planner- it’s a chart for field trips…. simple and useful Please visit PART 1 to download contacts and call records Please visit PART 2 to download seating charts & lesson trackers Please visit PART 3 to download roadmaps, monthly and weekly calendar  Recommendations for printing and using your planner: 1. All pages are intended to be viewed in a 2-page spread with a 1.25 center margin.  This is to allow for spiral binding or hole punching while leaving plenty room for writing.  You don’t have to change the margins for it to print correctly, but the center margin is the reason why the even numbered pages are slightly left and the odd numbered pages are slightly right…. it is not a mistake. 2.  When you open the this section 2 –  there will be a blank page, THIS page is not a part of the planner.   it is really only a place holder so that the page layout will work,...
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