Resources

Educator Artist Videos: Presentations/Handouts: Mastery Based Assessment: Using Power in Progress to Evaluate Student Performance New!!!! “Small Town BIG Sound.” Guest Presentation. Georgia Music Educators Association State Wide In-Service Convention “Using Power in the Progress to Evaluate Student Performance.” Guest Presentation. Georgia Music Educators Association In-Service Convention. 2013 Resources from friends: Advertisements

Affiliations

Dr. Boyd is proud to be a affiliated with the following great organizations:   Jupiter Band and Orchestra Division– *Endorsed Education Artist National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) College Band Directions National Association (CBDNA) National Band Association (NBA) Georgia Indoor Percussion Association (GIPA) Winter Guard International (WGI) Christian Educators Association International…

Biography

Josh Boyd, Ed.D. Dr. Josh Boyd is the Director of Athletic Bands and professor of education at Point University, founded in 1937 as Atlanta Christian College.  Among other responsibilities, he is the leader of the newly formed Point University Marching Skyhawks.  In 2015, the Marching Skyhawks attracted members from across the southeast immediately acquiring a reputation in the region…

Consultant

Dr. Joshua Boyd serves as a consultant for marching bands, concert bands, and WGI winds groups around the southeast. In addition, he is the visual coordinator and/or drill writer for multiple schools in Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.

Presentations, Publications, Honors

“How to start a band in one year or less.” Point Magazine Article featuring the Point University Band and its directors. 2016 (not written by Boyd) “Small Town BIG Sound.” Guest Presentation. Georgia Music Educators Association State Wide In-Service Convention “Progress through Incentives.” Guest Presentation. National Association for Music Education National Convention 2014 “Mastery Based…

Visual Designer and Show Writer

Dr. Joshua Boyd serves as the visual coordinator and/or drill designer for multiple schools in Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. His drill has been used for countless grand championships shows and with bands from a variety of backgrounds.