Pedagogical Presentations

 

Johnston, N. (2017-2017). Creativity in the K-12 Music Classroom in CUSD. Professional Development presented during the 2016-2017 school year. Chandler, AZ.

 Johnston, N. (2015-2016). The K-12 Music Classroom in CUSD. Professional Development presented during the 2015-2016 school year. Chandler, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2016, January). Project Based Learning: Part 2, Digging Deeper in the Music Classroom. Seminar presented at the annual Arizona Music Educators Association Conference. Mesa, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2016, January). Cleaning the Basement: Low Brass Techniques for the Ensemble. Seminar presented at the annual Arizona Music Educators Association Conference. Mesa, AZ. 

Johnston, N. (2015, February). Improving Ensemble Awareness: A Project Based Approach. Seminar presented at the annual Arizona Music Educators Association Conference. Mesa, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2015, February). Transitions: Navigating Change in Leadership. Seminar presented at the annual Arizona Music Educators Association Conference. Mesa, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2014, February). Budgeting and Finance in Secondary Instrumental Classrooms. Seminar presented to the Art of Teaching Advanced Instrumentalists course at Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2014, February). Dropping the Bass on Ensemble Rehearsals: Exploring Relevant and Engaging Rehearsal Tools. Seminar presented at the annual Arizona Music Educators Association Conference. Mesa, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2013, February). Maneuvering the Social Network: Preparing for Employment through Collegiality. Seminar presented at the annual Arizona Music Educators Association Conference. Mesa, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2012, November).Conducting Basics: A Useful Approach to the Classroom Podium. Seminar presented at the Arizona NAfME Collegiate Fall Kickoff. Tempe, AZ.

Johnston, N. (2012, November). Music Ed Resource: Student LeadershipPodcast interview.

Johnston, N. (April, 2011). The Transition to Teaching: Moving from Student to Teacher. Seminar presented to the Studio class at Mesa Community College. Mesa, AZ

Johnston, N. (2007, June). Brass Technique: Information on Performance and Teaching Techniques for Brass Students. Seminar presented at the annual Auburn University Graduate Seminar. Auburn, AL.

Johnston, N. (2007, June). Tuba: Specific Information on Teaching the Tuba for “non-Tuba” Players. Seminar presented at the annual Auburn University Graduate Seminar. Auburn, AL.

Johnston, N. (March, 2005). Introduction to the Tuba: A method for teaching beginners. Seminar presented at the Methods course at Mesa Community College. Mesa, AZ.

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