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Peer assessment in popular music

By Mark Pulman

Abstract

This paper discusses the development of a peer-learning and assessment method involving\ud undergraduate popular music students in group performance modules. What is learned through\ud rehearsing and performing in a band is intrinsically collective and this poses problems where we\ud are obliged to give individual participants discrete scores for their contributions. Peer assessment\ud may assist in this and improve student learning in group work. An approach that involves band\ud members assessing each other on the basis of personal attributes is explored

Topics: M1, MT, LB2300
Publisher: University of Ulster
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:5896
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