About Jon Gomez
Teach With Compassion, Change A Culture
Conductor, Clinician, Adjudicator, and National Consultant offering services in the areas of Drum Major and Student Leadership Development, Effective Teaching Management and Performance Strategies
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About Jon's Classroom Management Training
My training sessions on classroom management are filled with cornerstone strategies to help educators: 1) plan and prepare, 2) create an appropriate classroom environment and culture, and 3) instruct effectively and efficiently.
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Jon Gomez is a national educational clinician and consultant who is passionate about reaching and teaching kids! He presents research based, time tested, practical, and proven strategies that will enhance teaching techniques, inspire learning, improve student achievement, and create passion for making music.
About Jon's Music Educational Services
I offer educational consultant services as a conductor, clinician, adjudicator, drum major instructor, and presenter of leadership workshops, classroom management, conference in-services, professional development presentations, and conducting workshops.
Accolades About Jon's Services!
“I want to thank you very much for your time at the Sycamore Leadership Camp. Your contributions helped to make it a great event.” Douglas Keiser, Indiana State University. “You are a fantastic conductor! Thank you for taking our music to the next level!” Nina (student). “Thank you for your musical wisdom.” Haley (student).
Grateful for Time | Introduction
Hello friends, It has been two weeks since the NBA announced they would suspend the season until further notice due to Coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19. Since then, most every major sport and a large segment of the society around the world has been impacted in ways most...
Part 1: The Cornerstones of Successful Teaching
Cornerstone I: Creating and Preparing a Plan Guess what, I have good news and better news! Throughout the years, a vast body of research has helped to define what success in education should resemble. The good news is that, based on decades of educational research...
Part 2: The Cornerstones of Successful Teaching
Cornerstone 2: Create a Positive Learning Environment Throughout the years, a vast body of research has helped to define what success in education should resemble. Based on decades of educational research performed by nationally-respected giants, there seems to be...
Part 3: The Cornerstones of Successful Teaching
CORNERSTONE 3: ENGAGING IN EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION In the first two articles, I shared strategies related to planning, preparation and how to create a positive learning environment. The focus of this article is all about Cornerstone 3, how to engage in effective...
Part 4: The Cornerstones of Successful Teaching
CORNERSTONE 4: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES In the first three articles of this five-part series, an emphasis was placed on preparation for effective teaching, strategies for creating a positive learning environment, and how to engage in effective...
Part 5: The Cornerstones of Successful Teaching
CORNERSTONE 5: PROFESSIONALISM OFF THE PODIUM So, up to this point, I've the following four cornerstones for successful teaching: planning and preparation for effective teaching, strategies for creating a positive learning environment, how to engage in...
Time To Teach Values The Gift Of Time
The Value of Time Imagine there is a bank that credits your account each morning with $86,400. It carries over no balance from day to day. Every evening deletes whatever part of the balance you failed to use during the day. What would you do? Draw out every cent, of...
Welcome Back To A New School Year!
Just want to wish all of my colleagues and friends all the best for a great 2016-2017 school year. And remember, as Madeline Hunter has stated, "Kids don't care how much you know until they know how much you care!".