Advancing Music Education through Assessment: Honoring Culture, Diversity, and Practice - Book

Selected Papers from the Seventh International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education

Timothy S. Brophy , Marshall Haning

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Contributors: Michael L. Alexander, Myriam I. Athanas, Leonardo Borne, Frederick Burrack, Isabelle Adna Lopes da Hora, Paul F. Doerksen, Sergio Figueiredo, Christina Haaf, Barry Hartz, Johannes Hasselhorn, Jason A. Hawkins, Michele L. Henry, Jasmine Hines, Kelly Hollingsworth, Gabriel Imthurn, Amanda Kastner, Anita Kumar, Andreas C. Lehmann, Andreas Lehmann-Wermser, Florian Lill, Melissa A. Lloyd, Brandon C. McDaniel, Adam P. Miller, David W. Montgomery, Dorothy J. Musselwhite, Patty K. Nelson, Glenn E. Nierman, Douglas C. Orzolek, Kelly A. Parkes, Phillip Payne, Seth Pendergast, Leigh M. Powell, Jared R. Rawlings, Patricia E. Riley, Joanne Rutkowski, Elizabeth S. Schultz, Sydney C. Seed, Megan M. Sheridan, Dayvison Sousa Silva, David A. Stringham, Justine Swainson, Jack Walton, Dennis Ping-Cheng Wang, Jeffrey Ward, Brian C. Wesolowski

The Seventh International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education was hosted by the University of Florida. The symposium brought together 112 participants from 12 nations across six continents and 24 U.S. states to learn of each other’s work, establish collaborations and professional networks, and shape new directions for research in this important area of music education at the University of Florida in Gainesville from March 19–22, 2019.

The two keynote addresses and 31 papers published in this volume document music assessment practice and the measurement and evaluation of music learning across the world in local, state, and national contexts at all levels. The attendees also attended special work sessions to begin developing a set of assessment literacy standards for music teachers based on the International Principles for Assessment in Music Education (developed and introduced by the co-chairs at ISAME6 in 2017), and their discussions are summarized in this collection. As music educators across the world come to terms with increased expectations for accountability of learning in music, the scholars and practitioners who have contributed to this volume provide insight to guide their work.

About the Editors:

Timothy S. Brophy is Professor of Music Education and Director of Institutional Assessment at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Marshall Haning is Assistant Professor of Music Education at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Number of Pages: 534

Format: Book