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An Incentive Program that Really Pays!
$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 bills feature the portraits of famous composers. Includes instructions for establishing a successful incentive program, plus all the "cash" teachers need to begin.
- Pay your students for everything! Pay them for practicing, being on time, being early, remembering their books, completing their theory assignment, learning their scales, memorizing, performing, bowing. . . . you name it! Use Music Money to encourage behaviors you as a teacher would like to see (or would like to see more of.)
- Let them spend it! Decide when and how students will be allowed to spend their hard-earned Music Money. Choose a system that meets the needs of your program. Just have fun - you can bet your students will!
- Prizes: Provide prizes and price them accordingly ($5 penny candy, $50 candy bar or soda, $200 silly string, $3000 movie ticket, etc.). Students can buy something at each lesson or save for a long-term reward.
- Grab Bags: Create grab bags worth different denominations ($10 a bag, $50 a bag, $200 a bag, etc.). Decide whether to offer these at every lesson, once a month, or once a term.
- Auctions: Provide prizes (or better yet, have students bring one item each) for the month/term/year-end auction and allow students to bid on items. Students may find themselves bidding in the thousands just for the fun of outbidding their friends! .
About TCW Resources TCW Resources exists to create music teaching materials designed to inspire teachers and students to reach beyond the ordinary. We are committed to producing quality products that utilize sound educational principles. TCW Resources was founded in 1993 by Laura G. Zisette, Charlene Zundel, and Kathleen Lloyd to create teaching materials that are thorough, easy to use, and fun and stimulating for students. The materials are age- and level-appropriate, well-paced, and employ multiple approaches to accommodate varied learning styles. TCW materials are piloted through the Utah State University Youth Conservatory, a music preparatory program for community children. This conservatory serves over 250 students, ages 5-18, through group theory classes and individual piano lessons. Its curriculum offers weekly group theory classes and individual piano lessons as well as many other extra-curricular programs. The National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) stated that "the USUYC should be a national model for music preparatory programs." TCW materials are used in many other preparatory programs and conservatories around the United States and Canada.
Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Company, Series: TCW Resources - Teaching Aids
Publisher Item #: TW540
Instrument: Piano, Piano Method, Piano Solo, Level: Intermediate, Format: Collection / Songbook
Ensemble: Piano Solo
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