Aiming for Excellence: The Impact of the Standards Movement on Music Education
Music Educators National Conference, 1996 - Music - 156 pages
The School of Music of the University of Michigan commissioned a series of papers from distinguished authorities on the effects of the standards at the state and local levels, which were presented at a 1996 symposium cosponsored by MENC and the School of Music.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Stage and the Action
Standards in Americas Music Classrooms 19941996
3 other sections not shown
American American Music Conference areas arts assessment Arts Education arts standards assessment strategies Association authentic assessment changes charter schools Chief State School choral classroom composition content standards core Council of Chief create curriculum dards dents Department of Education Duquesne University educa education reform Education Summit Educational Testing Service Educators National Conference effort elementary ensemble evaluation experience faculty federal Goals governors grades graduate high school impact implement the Standards important improve improvisation instruction instrumental issues MENC MENC's ment Music Educators National music programs music standards music teachers musicianship NAEP National Assessment National Governors Association Performance Standards response rubrics SCASS/Arts school districts school music School of Music Shuler singing skills solfege stan Standards for Arts Standards for Music Standards Movement Statement Strongly disagree student achievement student assessment survey task teacher education teaching tests tion Total 28 undergraduate understanding University of Michigan