Suzanne Charney is a doctoral student in Music and Human Learning at the University of Texas at Austin, where she teaches undergraduate courses in instrumental methods, is a teaching assistant for undergraduate and graduate level coursework, and is a Field Supervisor for student teachers.
Originally from Springfield, Ohio, she earned her Bachelors of Music Education and graduated with High Distinction from Indiana University. She taught middle and high school band in Indiana and in central Texas and was honored to be selected as a Top Ten Teacher of Influence. She returned to Indiana University to pursue a double Master of Music Degree in Wind Conducting and Music Education. While at Indiana University, Suzanne was an Associate Instructor for the Marching Hundred and undergraduate conducting courses, Interim Athletic Band Director, and guest conductor for their wind ensembles.
Suzanne’s research interests include procedural memory consolidation, attention allocation, and teacher identity. Her research has recently been presented at the NAfME National Conference and the Texas Music Educators Association Clinic and Convention. She is dedicated to creating quality learning experiences for future students.
Techniques of Woodwind Performance
Techniques of Brass Performance
School Organization and Classroom Management
Designs for Instruction