Music Curriculum Formative Assessment made easy

primary school students engaged in music arts learning lesson on ukelele for formative assessment

With ARTS:LIVE’s, Introducing Formative Assessment, primary school teachers can easily plan, gather and interpret student learning in the music classroom as it happens.

ARTS:LIVE’s Introducing Formative Assessment provides teachers with practical and printable student reflections, rubrics and exit tickets. Teachers will save time sourcing and creating assessment tasks and will set themselves up for stress-free assessment of the music curriculum.

Formative assessment is an essential part of the music making process where students are encouraged to explore and experiment in their creative learning journey.

These new resources encourage students to take an active part in their learning, and the printable templates save you time sourcing or creating formative assessment tasks. They are designed to be used flexibly across the music curriculum and support students to develop metacognitive skills as they reflect on their learning achievements and take an active role in progressing their skills.

Designed for both Primary Music Specialists and Generalist Primary Teachers teaching the music curriculum, these resources provide a rich source of assessment ideas for students from Foundation to Year Six.

This course is part of the Music Classroom Collection available on ARTS:LIVE. It has been created as part of The Music in Schools – DUET: Teacher Mentoring Program (DUET), a collaboration between The Song Room and the Victorian Department of Education.

Incorporate Introducing Formative Assessment into your music classroom today. Or access The Music Classroom Collection and start planning an entire semester of music learning.