Hi thereI'm in my final year at university and I'm writing my dissertation on the advantages and disadvantages of grades and was wondering if anyone would be willing to comment on their personal teaching/studying experiences and how it affected them musically.So, some general questions I would like to ask are:
Positive and negative affects the grading system has on a typical learner?
Do grades result in a competitive arena and is this right?
Should music be measured?
Should we use grades to define skills?Or anything similar to these are welcomed.Thank you in advance.
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- Thread Starter
- 03-03-2016 10:45
- 06-03-2016 11:03
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In school they only merit one kind of smart, the bookish smart, and all other forms of intellect have taken a backseat.