PGCE Research Bites 2: Feedback in the blended learning environment for music teachers with Matthew Green
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Welcome to another edition of PGCE Research Bites! Once again, we've given a PGCE student 30 minutes to tell us about some research that's benefited his own practice and informed the work of his placement school.
This week, Matthew Green from PGCE music talks about feedback in music. Always a knotty subject, he's looking specifically at how this can be done in a blended learning environment. Matthew discusses six academic sources in detail and explains how they informed his conclusions and recommendations.
Matthew has very kindly made his infographic available if you'd like to view it - just click here!
Matthew's six pieces of academic literature are:
Hattie, J. and Timperley, H. (2007) 'The Power of Feedback', Review of Educational Research, 77(1), pp. 81-112.
Wiliam, D. (2016) 'The secret of effective feedback', Educational Leadership, 73(7), pp. 10-17.
Christodoulou, D. (2020) Teachers vs Tech? The case for an ed tech revolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Clark, R., Mayer, R. (2016) 'Does Practice Make Perfect?', in E-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning, Fourth edition, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 284-310.
Philpott, C., Evans, K. (2016) 'Assessment in music education', in Cooke, C., Evans, K., Philpott, C., Spruce, G. (ed.) Learning to Teach Music in the Secondary School, Third Edition, Abingdon: Oxon: Routledge, pp. 194-209.
Hatch, E. (2020) 'Going Beyond “It Sounds Good”: Developing Student Capacity to Give Meaningful Feedback', General Music Today, 33(3), pp. 29-35. doi:10.1177/1048371319892241 (Accessed: 16 November 2020).