Publications by me

Professor Martin Fautley

Conference Papers and Publications

Conference Papers – peer reviewed:

2001, March. Assessment for learning: Guildhall College of Music and Drama, London

2001, October. Modelling the creative process: SEMPRE (Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research) Cambridge

2002, September. Composing in the Classroom: National Association of Music Educators: Stone, Staffs.

2003, April. Composing at Key Stage 3: International Research in Music Education Conference Exeter University.

2005, April. Stages in the teaching and learning of composing for all pupils in generalist music classes in the Lower Secondary School: International Research in Music Education Conference, Exeter.

2006, September. Composing at KS3 as Developmental activity: Managing teaching and learning. National Association of Music Educators conference, Warwick University.

2007, April. The development of trainee teacher competence in using Assessment for Learning to support the teaching and learning of composing at KS3. International Research in Music Education Conference, Exeter University.

2008, September. Fautley, M., and Hatcher, R. Creative Partnerships projects and professional learning: the dissemination of projects within and between schools. (Keynote symposium paper) BERA, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.

2009, September. The Misunderstanding of Assessment at KS3. National Association of Music Educators Conference, York University.

2010, August. Burnard, P., Fautley, M., and Savage, J.: Assessing creativity in the secondary school classroom: Exploring variations in teachers’ conceptions and practices. International Society of Music Education (ISME) Conference, Beijing, China.

2011, March. Assessment issues within National Curriculum music in the lower secondary school in England. The Third International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education. University of Bremen, Germany

2011, April. National Curriculum assessment in the lower secondary school in England: Attitudes and understandings. The 7th International Conference for Research in Music Education, University of Exeter

2011, April. The ‘Wider Opportunities’ whole class instrumental and vocal tuition in England: A study of instrumental and class teacher understandings. The 7th International Conference for Research in Music Education, University of Exeter

2011, September. Problems of Teacher Assessment and Creativity – the Case of Music in the English National Curriculum at Key Stage 3. BERA conference, IOE, London.

2011, September. Fautley, M., Coll, H., Henley, J. Teacher attitudes to the Trinity Guildhall/The Open University KS2 CPD programme for WO staff. NAME Conference, Stone, Staffordshire.

2012, July. The effects of performativity measures and assessment in the English school music classroom: Goodhart’s and Campbell’s laws in action. International Society for Music Education (ISME) conference, Thessaloniki, Greece

2012, July. Fautley, M. & Johnson, D. International Comparative Study of Music Teachers’ Understanding and Practice of Assessment: An Exploratory Study. International Society for Music Education (ISME) conference, Thessaloniki, Greece

2012, October. Listen Imagine Compose: Embedding creative composing in the secondary school curriculum. NAME Conference, Stone, Staffordshire.

2012, December. Goodhart’s and Campbell’s laws in action: Performativity measures and assessment in the English school music classroom. Inaugural BERA Curriculum, Assessment, and Pedagogy SIG conference. Institute of Education, London.

2013, February. Listen Imagine Compose: Embedding creative composing in the secondary school curriculum. Poster presentation at 21st Annual European Association for Music in Schools (EAS) conference. Lemmensinstituut, Leuven, Belgium

2013, April. Investigating a Secondary School Composer-Teacher-Performer Composing project in England: An application of Activity Theory. Research poster presentation at The 8th International Conference for Research in Music Education, University of Exeter

2013, April. The development of teacher and composer reflection in partnership working in English secondary schools. Research paper presentation at The 8th International Conference for Research in Music Education, University of Exeter

2013, September. Fautley, M., and Kinsella, V. Developing classroom composing in an KS4 secondary school music class British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference. University of Sussex

2013, September. Developing creative thinking in secondary schools: lessons learned from classroom music. British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference. University of Sussex

2014, May. Fautley, M., and Kinsella, V. Higher Order Thinking, Bloom’s Taxonomy, and Music Education. 22nd Annual European Association for Music in Schools (EAS) conference, University of Nicosia, Cyprus.

2014, May. Fautley, M., and Kinsella, V. Activity Theory and Classroom Composing Pedagogy in England. 22nd Annual European Association for Music in Schools (EAS) conference, University of Nicosia, Cyprus.

2015, February. Fautley, M., and Kinsella, V. Using Activity Theory to reveal formative assessment practices of contemporary composers and classroom music teachers in their composing pedagogies. Fifth International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education. Williamsburg, Virginia, USA.

2015, February. Fautley, M. and Johnson, D. (University of North Carolina – Wilmington.) An International and Developmental Comparison of Assessment Practices in the United States and England . Fifth International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education. Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. (Also same title as a poster presentation at same conference)

2015, February. Assessment of progress and assessment of progression in the English music education system: threats and opportunities. Fifth International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education. Williamsburg, Virginia, USA.

2015, April. Alison Daubney (University of Sussex, UK), Duncan Mackrill (University of Sussex, UK), Martin Fautley (Birmingham City University, UK), & Stuart Wise (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) Rising with the tide? Opportunities and challenges for music curriculum development and assessment in England and New Zealand. Symposium Presentation. Ninth International Research in Music Education Conference. Exeter University.

2015, April. Changes in Assessment procedures in English National Curriculum Music in the Secondary School – Issues for Attainment and Progression. Ninth International Research in Music Education Conference. Exeter University.

2015, April. Kinsella, V., and Fautley, M. Primary age pupils composing contemporary music in a voluntary out-of-school setting. Ninth International Research in Music Education Conference. Exeter University.

2016, March. The location of creativity in curriculum and assessment in the lower secondary school in England. 24th European Association for Music in Schools Conference, Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. Vilnius, Lithuania

2016, March. Evans, N., Fautley, M., Kinsella, V. Children composing music: Creative responses to an open-ended compositional task with children aged 8-11 years. 24th European Association for Music in Schools Conference, Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. Vilnius, Lithuania

2016, July. Policy and assessment in lower secondary school music education – the English experience. International Society of Music Education (ISME) Policy Commission conference. Birmingham Conservatoire.

2016, July. Graded Music Examinations. Symposium presentation at 32nd World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow.

2016, July. Developing Creative Composing Pedagogy for Secondary School Music Teachers. Spoken paper presentation at 32nd World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow.

2016, July. Many Paths, One Destination: Assessment, Measurement, and Evaluation in Music Education: The English Context. Symposium presentation at 32nd World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow.

2016, July. International Comparisons of Music Education Systems: Four Variations on a Theme – An English Perspective. Symposium presentation at 32nd World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow.

2016, July. Problems with assessment of attainment in the English National Curriculum. Poster presentation at 32nd World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow.

2017, April. Johnson, D. & Fautley, M. Investigating the Influence of International Contexts on Assessment Terminology in American and British Music Education Systems. Paper presentation at the Sixth International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education. Birmingham City University.

2017, April. Listen, Imagine, Compose – continuing professional development programme and action research for classroom music teachers in England. Paper presentation at the 10th International Conference for Research in Music Education (RIME) 24-27 April, 2017. Bath Spa University.

2017, April. From straight lines to flightpaths – assessment issues in English secondary school music education. Paper presentation at the 10th International Conference for Research in Music Education (RIME) 24-27 April, 2017. Bath Spa University.

2017, July. Issues with assessment of secondary school music in the English context. Australian Society for Music Education, XXI National Conference, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. 13-15 July 2017

 

Keynote Addresses:

2007: Assessment in music education. Regional Music Teachers’ Conference, Worcester

2008: Preparing Staff to teach for Creativity. National Creativity Conference: Café Royal, London

2009, June. Creativity – teaching and learning. ‘Creative Sensations’ conference, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincs.

2010, September. Assessment in KS3 Music Education. National Association of Music Educators Conference, Stone, Staffs.

2011, January. How Assessment Drives Subject Knowledge. Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) conference, Cumbria University.

2011, January. Re-engagement with Assessment. Scottish Teachers CPD conference. University of the West of Scotland, Ayr.

2011, June. Assessment issues in Music Education. Regional teacher conference. Brighton Conference centre.

2012, July. Creativity, Assessment, and Educational Research. Midlands region post-92 Universities education conference (HEFCE funded). Birmingham City University.

2015, November. Assessing the impact of musical learning without levels. Leicester-Shire Music Education Conference, Beaumanor Hall.

2016, January. Issues with Assessment in National Curriculum Music. Herefordshire Music Hub teachers conference. Hereford Conference Centre.

2016, June. Developing the child as musician – the place and role of assessment. Berkshire Music Hub Conference. Reading University.

2016, September. Issues with Assessment in National Curriculum Music. Cumbria Music Hub conference, Rheged Conference Centre, Penrith.

2016, November. Assessment in Music Education – Who is it for? 6th Annual Conference of the Society for Music Education in Ireland (SMEI). Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, The University of Limerick, Ireland. November 4-5th 2016.

2017, February. The ‘State of the Nation’ and Assessment Beyond Levels. Greenwich Music Hub conference. Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London.

2017, May. Curriculum, pedagogy and assessment in music education: challenges and possibilities. Associação portuguesa de educação musical, invited presentation in Lisbon, Portugal. Metropolitana, Travessa da Galé, Junqueira, Lisboa.

2017, June. Assessment in Music Education – What is going on? Essex Music Hub Conference. Chelmsford Civic Centre, Essex.

2017, June. Pedagogy and assessment: The place and role of assessment in music education North West Midlands Music Hub Conference, Keele University.

2017, July. Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in Music Education: Challenges and Possibilities Australian Society for Music Education, XXI National Conference, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. 13-15 July 2017

 

Papers by invitation and research presentations:

2003, June. Raising Achievement through the use of formative assessment: Regional Teacher Conference, Stoke-on-Trent.

2004, February. Teaching Composing?: Music Education: Research, Policy, Practice: Royal College of Music, London.

2006, November. Creative Learning: Exciting Minds Conference, G-Mex, Manchester.

2006, November. Baseline Assessment of composing competence: Specialist Schools Trust Music Specialisms Conference. Dartford.

2008, February. Music in Early Childhood Seminar: Invited Respondent. Royal College of Music.

2008, February. Fautley, M. & Hatcher, R. Dissemination of Creative Learning Projects in five Local Authorities. Creative Partnerships Research Presentation. Birmingham.

2010, November. Assessment issues at KS3. ‘The Creative Classroom’ conference, Beaumanor Hall, Leicestershire.

2011, October. Assessment issues in music education. IAPS conference, London.

2012, March. Current issues with National Curriculum assessment: lessons from school music education. Cambridge Assessment Network Seminar, Hughes Hall, Cambridge.

2012, July. Listen, Imagine, Compose – implications for practice. National Festival of Music for Youth. Birmingham Conservatoire.

2012, July. Listen, Imagine, Compose – implications for practice. Given as part of the new music 20X12 festival. Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre, London.

2012, October. Listen Imagine Compose. Implications for arts organisations. Association of British Orchestras Conference, Wigmore Hall, London.

2012, December. Research and the Library: Doing and teaching research in education – thoughts and issues. Conference: ‘Squaring the Circle’ – Managing library provision in times of financial constraint. Birmingham City University

2013, June. Pedagogy Partnership Exemplar: ‘Listen Imagine Compose’; Teaching composition at KS3 and 4. The Potential of Music-Progression and Pedagogy, UK association for Music Education: Music Mark Symposium. CBSO Centre, Birmingham

2014, January. Assessing without levels. International Musical Futures Conference, Brick Lane, London.

2014, February. Assessing without levels. Music Education Expo 2014, The Barbican, London.

2014, March. Assessment in music education. The Repertory Theatre, Birmingham. Birmingham Music Hub Conference.

2014, April. Listen, Imagine, Compose: Implications for Primary Schools. ‘Sound Partnerships’ conference, Roehampton University, London.

2014, May. Assessing without levels. Coventry City Hub Music Teachers.

2014, June. Assessing without levels in music education. Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.

2014, June. Assessment – Taking things forwards. International Conference Centre, Birmingham. Birmingham Music Education Partnership.

2014, September. Assessing without levels in music education Solihull Teachers Centre.

2014, September. Assessing without levels: Some thoughts…Soundhub Conference, East Malling Conference Centre, Kent

2014, October. Progression and Assessment in Music Education. Arts Council England, Music hub relationship managers’ conference, Bloomsbury, London.

2014, November. Assessment in Classroom Music Education. Music Mark–The UK Association for Music Education Conference, Staverton Park Conference Centre, Northamptonshire.

2014, November. Daubney, A. and Fautley, M. Assessment in Music Education. Paul Hamlyn Foundation, London. A Teach Through Music inspire event.

2015, January. Assessment in Music Education. Bristol Music Hub Teachers’ conference “Bristol Plays Music”. Cresswell Theatre, Bristol Cathedral School.

2015, March. Assessment in Music Education. Warwickshire Music Teachers Conference, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.

2015, June. Assessment after levels in music education. Manchester Metropolitan University. Greater Manchester Music Hub Secondary Music Teacher Conference.

2015, June. Daubney, A. and Fautley, M. Assessment in Music Education. Trinity Laban College of Music and Dance, Greenwich, London. A Teach Through Music inspire event. (Repeat of 11/14 event, by request)

2015, July. Secondary Assessment – Music Education. Lincolnshire Music Hub Conference. Lincoln showground.

2015, July. Fautley, M. and Daubney, A. Thoughts after the ‘Teach Through Music’ Inspire Event on Assessment in Music Education. Teach Through Music Conference. Trinity Laban College of Music and Dance, Greenwich, London.

2015, July. Teach Through Music – Interim Findings: What we now know. Teach Through Music Conference. Trinity Laban College of Music and Dance, Greenwich, London.

2015, July. Changes in Assessment procedures in English National Curriculum Music in the Secondary School – Issues for Attainment and Progression. Fifth Annual Education Research Conference: Birmingham City University

2015, September. Planning for, and assessing pupil musical progress. Snape Maltings, Suffolk. Music service conference.

2015, October. Assessment in Music Education. Tyneside and Durham Music Hubs. Langdale Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne.

2015, October. Assessment without levels in Music Education. Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith. Triborough Music Conference.

2015, November. Assessment in Music Education – The English Experience. Invited paper given at the Royal Dutch Conservatory, The Hague (Koninklijk Conservatorium, Den Haag) Netherlands.

2015, November. Listen, Imagine, Compose – a CPD offer. Music Mark–The UK Association for Music Education Conference, Staverton Park Conference Centre, Northamptonshire.

2015, November. Assessment in music education – some ways forward. Prince’s Trust, Prince’s Teaching Institute. Solihull

2015, November. Assessment in Music Education – Some thoughts on assessment without levels. Regional Music Teacher Conference. The Arts Centre, Netherton.

2015, November. Assessment in Music for Secondary Schools. Leicester-Shire Music Education Conference, Beaumanor Hall, Leics.

2016, April. Assessment in Music Education. Norfolk Secondary Music Teachers conference, Woodside Centre, Norwich.

2016, May. Daubney, A. and Fautley, M. Assessment in the Arts – challenges and possibilities inaugural Learning First conference, Sheffield Hallam University.

2016, June. Assessing Music Musically. Berkshire Music Hub Conference. Reading University.

2016, June. Assessment in Music Education – Some Thoughts. Lincolnshire Music Education Hub conference. Belton Woods Conference Centre, Grantham, Lincs.

2016, October. Assessment in music education: Some current issues. Invited presentation to the Royal Society: Assessing experimental science in 11–18 education: New research directions. The Wellcome Trust, London.

2016, October. Assessing Music Musically. Music Learning Revolution Conference. Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.

2016, October. Assessment in music education: Current issues. Resonate Music Hub conference, Notre Dame conference centre, Liverpool.

2016, November. Assessment in music education: Current issues for Primary Schools. Coventry Performing Arts, Blue Sky Training Centre, Coventry.

2016, November. Changing Landscapes – Strengthening Relationships. Music Mark National Conference. Chesford Grange Conference Centre, Warwickshire.

2017, February. Curriculum Organisation in Secondary School Music. Birmingham Music Education Partnership Conference, International Conference Centre, Birmingham.

2017, February. Hetherington, S., Fautley, M., & Kinsella, V. Enabling music-making for those with physical disabilities. Music and Drama Education Expo, London Olympia. 9-10 February

2017, February. Fautley, M., & Daubney, A. A guide to progression, curriculum and assessment. Music and Drama Education Expo, London Olympia. 9-10 February

2017, April. Establishing International Principles for Assessment in Music Education. Panel presenter. The Sixth International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education, Birmingham City University.

2017, June. Pedagogy and Assessment: The place and role of assessment in music education. Prince’s Teaching Summer Institute, Homerton College, Cambridge.

2017, July. OHMI – our research so far. The One-Handed Musical Instrument Trust awards. Cecil Sharp House, London.

2017, July. Policy and assessment in lower secondary school music education – Don’t do what the English have! University of Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Arts Education Colloquium series, Melbourne, Australia.

 

Publications – Articles and Papers:

2004 Teacher intervention strategies in the composing processes of lower secondary school students: International Journal of Music Education Vol 22(3) pp 201-218

2004: O Fortuna: Creativity in English music education considered from a post-modernist perspective. Music Education Research Vol. 6 (3) November 2004 pp 343-347

2005 A new model of the group composing process of lower secondary school students. Music Education Research 7(1): 39 – 57.

2005: Baseline assessment of pupil composing at Key Stage 3: an investigation. British Journal of Music Education. 2005 22(2), 155–166

2005: CLASS: Creative Learning and Specialist Subjects – An Evaluation of Phase 1: 2004-5. UCE: Birmingham ISBN 0904354997

2006: Composing as Developmental Activity NAME Magazine, Matlock: NAME (National Association of Music Educators) Issue 19

2007: Formative Assessment of Composing at KS3. Published online, but removed at change of Government, now available from: http://bit.ly/1tlX9gF

2007: Lost in Translation: The Changed Language of Assessment in Music Education. NAME Magazine 6(21) 2-4. Summer 2007

2008: Online guidance for Assessment for Learning in the new National Curriculum for Music – published online, but removed at change of Government

2008: Assessment in Music Education – Questions and Answers. NAME Information Bulletin 1/08. Matlock: NAME. Available from bit.ly/1pijiPj

2008: Assessment for Learning and Teacher Education. Published online, but removed at change of Government, now available from: https://drfautley.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/fautley_afl_mmwebsite.pdf

2008: Fautley, M. & Savage, J. ‘Assessment of Composing at Key Stages 3 and 4 in English Secondary Schools’. Birmingham, Birmingham City University.

2008: Fautley, M. & Hatcher, R. Dissemination of Creative Partnerships Projects. Birmingham City University, Birmingham UK. ISBN: 978-1-904839-29-3

2009: The impact of the new National Curriculum on music at KS3 IN Classroom Music, Spring.

2009: The Misunderstanding of assessment at Key Stage 3. NAME Magazine 28. Winter 2009

2010: Embedding creativity across the curriculum. Curriculum Management Update, September

2010: Assessment and School Music NAME Magazine Issue 31 (Autumn 2010): 5-7

2011: Fautley, M. & Savage, J. Assessment of composing in the lower secondary school in the English National Curriculum. British Journal of Music Education 28:1, 51–67

2011: Savage, J. & Fautley, M. The Organisation and Assessment of Composing at Key Stage 4 in English Secondary Schools. British Journal of Music Education 28:2, 135-157

2011: Fautley, M., Coll, H. & Henley, J. Report into the Wider Opportunities Continuing Professional Development Programme provided by Trinity Guildhall and The Open University. Birmingham, Birmingham City University.

2011 The Wider Opportunities Programme in Birmingham Schools – Initial Findings. Birmingham, Birmingham City University

2012: Assessment in Classroom Music IN Music Teacher, March 2012, pp 40-41

2012: Music Education Hubs and CPD IN NAME magazine July 2012 pp 6-8

2012: Assessment issues within National Curriculum music in the lower secondary school in England. Proceedings of The Third International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education. GIA Publications, Chicago IL. pp153-164

2012: Listen Imagine Compose: Embedding creative composing in the secondary school curriculum – The research IN NAME magazine issue 37, Autumn 2012 pp 14-16

2013: Wider Opportunities Research Music Teacher April 2013 p 38

2013: The potential of audio and video for formative assessment purposes in music education in the lower secondary school in England: Issues arising from a small-scale study of trainee music teachers’, Journal of Music, Technology & Education 6: 1, pp. 29–42

2013: Fautley, M. & Kinsella, V. ‘Resolution’: Science and Music: The Wellcome Foundation – an evaluation. Birmingham, BCU

2014: Listen, Imagine, Compose’ Research Report. Published by Sound and Music, London. Available at http://soundandmusic.org/sites/default/files/projects/files/LIC%20Final%20Report%20for%20web.pdf

2014: Assessing without levels in Music Education: Music Mark Magazine Issue 4, Spring 2014. pp 22-24. Available on-line at http://www.musicmark.org.uk/members/magazine-features/assessing-without-levels-ks3-music-–-martin-fautley

2014: Daubney, A. & Fautley, M. The National Curriculum for Music: An assessment and progression framework. London, Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM). Available at http://www.ism.org/images/uploads/files/ISM_The_National_Curriculum_for_Music.pdf

2015: Johnson, D. and Fautley, M. An International and Developmental Comparison of Assessment Practices in the United States and England
American National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Assessment Special Research Interest Group Newsletter, Summer Issue.

2015: Fautley, M. and Daubney, A. A Framework for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in Key Stage 3 Music. London, Incorporated Society of Musicians. Available at http://www.ism.org/images/uploads/files/ISM_The_National_Curriculum_for_Music_Stage3_2015_vFinal_WEB.pdf

2015: Devaney, K. and Fautley, M (With introduction by Judith Weir, Master of the Queen’s Music). Music A level Assessment of Composing – Research into teacher attitudes. Available at: http://issuu.com/ismmusicjournal/docs/a_level_assessment_of_composingwith/1?e=1170277/31556036

2016: Assessment and Coffee! Music Mark Newsletter, February 2016. pp1-3

2016: What is KS3 Music Education for? Guest editorial for teachtalk music website. Available at http://bit.ly/2cmTVK1

2017: Daniel Johnson & Martin Fautley: Assessment of whole-class instrumental music learning in England and the United States of America: an international comparative study, Education 3-13, DOI: 10.1080/03004279.2017.1347131

 

Publications – Book Chapters:

1999 The Composing Labyrinth: Pupil Composing in the Secondary School. Stoke: Trentham Books

2002 Assessment: From Literature to Practice in Harris and Paterson (Eds) IN How Are You Doing? Learning And Assessment In Music. Matlock: NAME

2006 Assessment and the Musically Talented (pp80-88) and Creativity and Learning Styles (pp 101-114) IN Savage, J (2006) Meeting the needs of your most able pupils – MUSIC. London: David Fulton.

2009: Assessment for learning in music IN Evans, J. & Philpott, C. (Eds) A Practical Guide to Teaching Music in the Secondary School. Abingdon, Routledge

2009: Assessment and Musical Development IN Coll, H. and Lamont, A. (Eds) Sound Progress – Exploring Musical Development. Matlock: NAME publications

2011: Developing musical leadership IN Savage, J. and Price, J. (eds) Teaching Secondary Music. London, Sage

2012: Fautley, M & Colwell, R. Assessment in the Secondary School Classroom. IN Welch, G. and McPherson, G. (Eds) Oxford Handbook of Music Education pp 478-494 New York, Oxford University Press

2014: Assessment of composing in higher music education: Purposes and practices. IN Burnard, P. (Ed), Developing Creativities in Higher Music Education: International perspectives and practices. pp199-210 Abingdon, Routledge

2015: Burnard, P., and Fautley, M. Assessing Diverse Creativities in Music: A Spectrum of Challenges, Possibilities, and Practices. IN The Routledge International Handbook of the Arts and Education. Edited by Mike Fleming, Liora Bresler and John O’Toole. pp254-267 Abingdon, Routledge

2015: Music Education Assessment and Social Justice: Resisting Hegemony Through Formative Assessment IN Cathy Benedict, Patrick Schmidt, Gary Spruce & Paul Woodford (Eds) The Oxford Handbook of Social Justice and Music Education pp513-524 Oxford University Press, New York

2015: Fautley, M. & Kinsella, V. Bloom’s Taxonomy and higher order thinking. IN Natassa Economidou Stavrou  & Mary Stakelum (Eds) Every Learner Counts: Democracy and Inclusion in Music Education. pp111-123. Volume 4 of European Perspectives on Music Education. Helbling Verlag, Innsbruck, Austria

2016: Savage, J. and Fautley, M. Assessment processes and digital technologies IN King, A., and Himonides E., (Eds) Music, Technology & Education: Critical Perspectives. pp211-224. Farnham, Ashgate

2016: Kinsella, V. and Fautley, M. The use of Activity Theory as an analytical tool for the music learning process. IN Bugos, J. (Ed.) Contemporary Research in Music Education. pp 26-38 Routledge, New York

2017: Policy and the Question of Assessment IN Schmidt, P. and Colwell, R. (Eds) Policy and the Political Life of Music Education Oxford University Press, New York pp 85-103

2017: Axtell, I., Fautley, M. & Davey Nicklin, K. Popular music meta-pedagogy in music Teacher education IN Dylan Smith, G., Moir, Z., Brenna, M., Rambarran, S. and Kirkman, P. (Eds) The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education. Routledge, Abingdon. pp 357-368

2017: The location of creativity in curriculum and assessment in the lower secondary school in England IN Mary Stakelum & Ruta Girdzijauskiene (Eds) Creativity and Innovation, Volume 7 of European Perspectives on Music Education. Helbling Verlag, Innsbruck, Austria. pp71-83

 

Publications – Books:

2007: Fautley, M. & Savage, J. Creativity in Secondary Education, Exeter, Learning Matters.

2008: Fautley, M. & Savage, J. Assessment for Learning and Teaching in Secondary Schools, Exeter, Learning Matters.

2010: Fautley, M. Assessment in Music Education, Oxford, Oxford University Press

2010: Fautley, M. & Savage, J. Secondary Education Reflective Reader Exeter, Learning Matters.

2011: Fautley, M. & Savage, J. Cross-Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School – The Arts London, Routledge

2011: Fautley, M., Hatcher, R., Millard, E.: Remaking the Curriculum: Re-engaging Young People in Secondary School. Stoke-on-Trent, Trentham Books

2013: Savage, J. & Fautley, M. An A-Z of Teaching. Maidenhead, Open University Press – McGraw Hill

2013: Fautley, M. & Savage, J. Lesson Planning for Effective Learning. Maidenhead Open University Press – McGraw Hill

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