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Stan Mauldin

Stan Mauldin holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Houston and more than 20 years in education teaching band students across the state. He has an extensive history of success including UIL State Marching champions, TMEA Honor Band finalists, WGI world champions in Winterguard and Winter Percussion and WGI world champion finalists in Winter Winds. Professionally, he has conducted clinics for the Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Bandmasters Association, Oklahoma Bandmasters Association and the Midwest Clinic. He has also worked as a private clinician and consultant for marching bands as well as a UIL Marching and Concert/Sight Reading judge. He was recently named quarterfinalist for the GRAMMY Foundation Educator Award out of 290 music teachers from 264 cities and 41 states.

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Changing the Culture from the Inside Out: Motivating Kids and Community

Posted by Stan Mauldin on Oct 14, 2017 10:33:00 AM

All of us sat in that sophomore level Music History class in college and dreamt about the extraordinary band we were going to have someday. But, with a bit of teaching experience under my belt, and lots of trial and error, it occurred to me that empowering my students to make their band better is really the key.

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Topics: In The Classroom, Student Motivation, Travel Planning, Travel Benefits

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