Assessment in secondary music
Assessment in secondary music

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Assessment in secondary music

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In this free course, Assessment in secondary music, you have looked at assessment in music from a range of perspectives. You began by looking at the broad differences between formative and summative assessments and their workings out and implications for music education. You then learned about some key principles for ensuring that assessment in music education is always musical assessment. From there, you moved on to look at the different ways in which assessment for learning might be promoted in the musical classroom. The course concluded by considering ways in which assessment can be used by music teachers to support their planning.

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