The Un-essay in the Music History Classroom
Keywords:Music history, Creativity, Music, Musicology
This essay discusses use of the un-essay in music history classes including its design through Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). It provides details for how the un-essay is used in music history and core music classes and discusses outcomes and challenges that the un-essay has brought to these classes. Ultimately, the un-essay provides benefits for assessing in a discipline that is both writing and performance based.
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