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 New,The Oxford Handbook of Assessment Policy and Practice in Music Education, Volume 2

  • Editor: Brophy, Timothy S.

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Contents

  • Dedication
  • List of Contributors
  • Part I. Music Assessment in the United States
  • 1. Legislation and Common Law Impacting Assessment Practices in Music Education
  • Joshua A. Russell
  • 2. The Impact of State Testing on American Music Classrooms
  • Ronald G. Sherwin and Sarah H. McQuarrie
  • 3. High-stakes Assessment in Music
  • Glenn E. Nierman
  • 4. The Status of Arts Assessment in the United States
  • Marcia McCaffrey and Linda T. Lovins
  • 5. Connecticut Common Music Assessments: Collaboratively Building Capacity and Exemplars
  • Richard Wells and Scott C. Shuler
  • 6. The Florida Performing Fine Arts Assessment Project
  • Steven N. Kelley, Beth Cummings, and Mary Grace Gordon
  • 7. Kentucky Policies and Practices for Assessment in Music Education: Past, Present, and Future
  • Robyn Swanson and Philip Shepherd
  • 8. Washington State's Classroom-Based Performance Assessments: Formative and Summative Design for Music Education
  • Ann Rene Joseph
  • 9. The Texas Music Assessment: Grassroots Development of a Statewide Music Test
  • Michele Hentry
  • 10. A Colorado Partnership for Assessment in Music Education
  • Mark Hudson and Karol Gates
  • 11. Measuring Student Learning in Michigan: The Michigan Arts Education Assessment and Instruction Project
  • Ryan Shaw and Cynthia Crump Taggart
  • 12. The South Carolina Arts Assessment Program
  • Ashlee Lewis, Yin Burgess, and Xumei Fan
  • Part II. The Assessment of Student Music Learning
  • 13. Assessment and Critical Pedagogy: A Perspective from the United States
  • Frank Abrahams
  • 14. Making Assessment Meaningful, Measurable, and Manageable in the Secondary Music Classroom
  • Paul H. Kimpton and Ann Kaczkowski Kimton
  • 15. Assessment Practices of American Band Directors
  • Charles J. Vaughan
  • 16. Assessment Practices of American Choral Music Educators
  • Al D. Holcolmb
  • 17. Assessment Practices of American Orchestra Directors
  • Kirk Moss, Stephen Benham, and Kristen Pellegrino
  • 18. Assessment Practices in American Elementary General Music Classrooms
  • Jeff Marlatt
  • 19. Assessing Music in Early Childhood
  • Maria Runfola
  • 20. Assessment in the Music Learning Theory-Based Classroom
  • Jill A. Reese and Heather N. Shouldice
  • 21. Assessment in the Kodaly Classroom
  • Sue Leithold-Bowcock and Ann C. Kay
  • 22. Assessment and Orff Schulwerk Pedagogy
  • Daniel Johnson
  • 23. Assessment in the Dalcroze Classroom
  • Marja-Leena Juntunen and Cassandra Eisenreich
  • 24. Analyzing Student Data to Inform Instruction and Increase Student Growth
  • Denese Odegaard
  • 25. Assessing Music Learning through Compositions
  • Clint Randles
  • 26. Assessing Singing Voice Development
  • Joanne Rutkowski
  • 27. Self-Assessment of Singing Accuracy
  • Patricia Riley
  • 28. Practical Tools and Strategies for Assessing Aural Skills
  • Nathan Buonviri
  • 29. Assessing Music Listening
  • Keith Thompson
  • 30. The Assessment of Adult Music Learning in the United States
  • Jeremy Lane
  • 31. Culturally Responsive Assessment in Music Education
  • Ebru Tuncer-Boon
  • 32. Spotlight on Children and Young People with Complex Special Needs
  • Helen Farrell
  • 33. Evidence-based Practices for Music Instruction and Assessment for P-12 Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Robyn Swanson
  • Part III. Assessment and Music Technology
  • 34. Policy, Standards, and Assessment in Technology-Based Music Instruction
  • Jay Dorfman
  • 35. Technical Issues Related to Computerized Music Performance Assessment
  • Daniel Massoth
  • 36. Assessing Music Learning with Technology
  • William Bauer
  • Epilogue
  • 37. Assessment in Music Education: The State of the Art
  • Timothy S. Brophy