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Att mäta konstnärliga värden

Ljungblad, William LU (2018) LAMP72 20181
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to examine music teachers experiences with grading and assessment. In this qualitative study six active music teacher are interviewed and mainly focuses on the Swedish gymnasium course Ensemble with Choir. The results show that music teachers perceive problems when it comes to equally interpret the current curriculum because Lgy 11 does not express how the knowledge requirements should be interpreted. The informants describe how the music subjects’ dilemma has its roots in its abstract form as well as its different genres and instruments. Beyond this difficulty there is some problems with the teachers’ different musical backgrounds because these backgrounds emphasize different musical aspects. In the result two... (More)
The purpose of this study is to examine music teachers experiences with grading and assessment. In this qualitative study six active music teacher are interviewed and mainly focuses on the Swedish gymnasium course Ensemble with Choir. The results show that music teachers perceive problems when it comes to equally interpret the current curriculum because Lgy 11 does not express how the knowledge requirements should be interpreted. The informants describe how the music subjects’ dilemma has its roots in its abstract form as well as its different genres and instruments. Beyond this difficulty there is some problems with the teachers’ different musical backgrounds because these backgrounds emphasize different musical aspects. In the result two main assessment cultures appear: Individual assessment and collegial assessment. At the same time the teachers express a relatively equal assessment and grading on their own schools but problematizes whether that applies when comparing between schools on a national level (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med denna studie är att undersöka musiklärares erfarenheter med betygssättning och bedömning. I denna kvalitativa studie intervjuas sex undervisande musiklärare, med fokus på gymnasiekursen Ensemble med Körsång. Resultatet visar på att musiklärare uppfattar en problematik när det kommer till att likvärdigt tolka de nuvarande styrdokumenten på grund av att det i Lgy 11 inte uttrycks hur kunskapskravens värdeord ska tolkas. Informanterna beskriver att musikämnets dilemma har sin utgångspunkt i dess abstrakta form samt med dess skilda genrer och instrument. Utöver denna svårighet finns en viss problematik med lärarnas olika musikaliska bakgrunder, då dessa olika bakgrunder betonar vissa musikaliska aspekter. I resultatet framträder två... (More)
Syftet med denna studie är att undersöka musiklärares erfarenheter med betygssättning och bedömning. I denna kvalitativa studie intervjuas sex undervisande musiklärare, med fokus på gymnasiekursen Ensemble med Körsång. Resultatet visar på att musiklärare uppfattar en problematik när det kommer till att likvärdigt tolka de nuvarande styrdokumenten på grund av att det i Lgy 11 inte uttrycks hur kunskapskravens värdeord ska tolkas. Informanterna beskriver att musikämnets dilemma har sin utgångspunkt i dess abstrakta form samt med dess skilda genrer och instrument. Utöver denna svårighet finns en viss problematik med lärarnas olika musikaliska bakgrunder, då dessa olika bakgrunder betonar vissa musikaliska aspekter. I resultatet framträder två huvudsakliga bedömningskulturer: Enskild bedömning och kollektiv bedömning. Samtidigt ger lärarna uttryck för en relativt likvärdig betygssättning och bedömning på deras egna skolor men problematiserar huruvida det gäller när det jämförs mellan skolor på en nationell nivå. (Less)
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author
Ljungblad, William LU
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LAMP72 20181
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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Betyg, bedömning, musik, ensemble, likvärdighet, Utbildningsvetenskap, Musikpedagogik, Grades, assessment, music, equity, Educational Science, Music Education
language
Swedish
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8943688
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2018-06-14 16:47:25
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2018-06-14 16:47:25
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study is to examine music teachers experiences with grading and assessment. In this qualitative study six active music teacher are interviewed and mainly focuses on the Swedish gymnasium course Ensemble with Choir. The results show that music teachers perceive problems when it comes to equally interpret the current curriculum because Lgy 11 does not express how the knowledge requirements should be interpreted. The informants describe how the music subjects’ dilemma has its roots in its abstract form as well as its different genres and instruments. Beyond this difficulty there is some problems with the teachers’ different musical backgrounds because these backgrounds emphasize different musical aspects. In the result two main assessment cultures appear: Individual assessment and collegial assessment. At the same time the teachers express a relatively equal assessment and grading on their own schools but problematizes whether that applies when comparing between schools on a national level},
  author       = {Ljungblad, William},
  keyword      = {Betyg,bedömning,musik,ensemble,likvärdighet,Utbildningsvetenskap,Musikpedagogik,Grades,assessment,music,equity,Educational Science,Music Education},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Att mäta konstnärliga värden},
  year         = {2018},
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