Monthly Archives: February 2014

Assessment and Progression – A journeying metaphor

One of the problems with assessment is that it has become almost indissolubly linked with ‘proving’ progression. As I observed in the blog entitled “Assessing without levels II – What is progression?” when pupils have to make 2 sub-levels (remember these … Continue reading

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Assessing without levels: TeachTalkMusic Debate

On Saturday 8/2/14 I am leading a discussion at a TeachTalkMusic debate at Music Education Expo 2014 at the Barbican. I have been asked to prepare a briefing paper in advance, on the topic of ‘assessing without levels’. Some of … Continue reading

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