Category: Education

Up Close and Personal with NJNJ Judge – Kelsey Gleason

As the residents like to say, “Deep in the in the heart of Texas”,  there lives one Kelsey Gleason – a seven year alumna of the World Champion Nolan winter guard and a six year alumna of the Cadets, a

Up Close and Personal with NJNJ Judge – Julian Williams

The purpose of “Up Close and Personal” is to help NJNJ web site followers familiarize themselves with the new faces who will be judging with us. But in the case of Julian Williams, we hardly have a stranger to our

Up Close and Personal with a NJNJ Judge — Michaelene Kumer

With the new season comes a new face to NJNJ, although she is certainly not new to the Pittsburgh and Boston areas. Michaelene Kumer grew up in the marching activity. She spent 20 years performing with various units in the

WGI 2016 Philosophy Papers

The WGI 2016 Philosophy documents can be found on WGI’s website: Dale’s Presentation WGI Points of Emphasis 2015 “Philosophy Paper” Part 1 – All Judges WGI Points of Emphasis 2015 “Philosophy Paper” Part 2 – Design Analysis and General Effect

NJNJ EDUCATION TEAM MISSION STATEMENT

NJNJ EDUCATION TEAM MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Education Team is to facilitate and distribute information pertaining to the winter guard activity as it is disseminated by the WGI Task Force. It is the responsibility of the NJNJ Education

2015 WGI Philosophy Papers

Below are resources related to the WGI philosophy from the 2104 National Judges Meeting. Dale’s Presentation WGI Points of Emphasis 2015 “Philosophy Paper” Part 1 – All Judges WGI Points of Emphasis 2015 “Philosophy Paper” Part 2 – Design Analysis and General

2014 WGI GE Training Notes

NJNJ representatives had the opportunity to attend the 2104 WGI GE training session. The following resources are being made available for the reference and education of our judges and the color guard community as a whole. 2015 WGI GE Key

2014 Clinic – DA Resources

The following resources are made available from the DA session of the NJNJ 2014 clinic. Design Analysis Terminology EA Vocabulary Sheet NJNJ 2014 Clinic DA Presentation

Up Close and Personal with a NJNJ Judge — Michael Thompson

Often, staffs and spectators wonder how a judge’s background impacts upon his or her perspective while giving feedback to the competing units. With this in mind, NJNJ has asked one of its most respected judges. Michael Thompson, to supply its

Up Close and Personal with a NJNJ Judge — Bobby Jones

What are the credentials of an aspiring designer?  Years as a musician? A former performer in drum corps? A graduate with a music degree?  An understudy in a successful program? All of these help but are they essential?  As a

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