No. 9038, 2009, 279 pp.
Creativity and critical thinking, problem-solving, collaborating, and communicating are abilities and skills of the mind essential for success in the 21st century. Since these skills are most readily developed in music and other arts, substantive learning in these areas is vital for all students. Planning Curriculum in Music was designed to help music educators develop and instruct music curricula and assess student learning.
This guide will help music educators develop a standards-based curriculum, improve instructional practice, and use assessment embedded in the learning process as an instrument of learning.
Also included in this publication are Wisconsin’s Comprehensive Musicianship through Performance model, the instructional/assessment strategies of Arts PROPEL, recent research both of the brain and of classroom practice, and the application of technology in the music classroom and rehearsal.
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