Assessment in secondary music
Assessment in secondary music

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Assessment in secondary music

3 Key issue 3: How do we promote assessment for learning?

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Black et al. (2003) identify four main ways in which assessment for learning can be promoted:

  • through questioning
  • through feedback
  • through sharing criteria
  • through self and peer assessment.

You will explore each of these in turn and then briefly examine the importance of talking with young people about their assessment and their music-making.

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