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Who's who?
100

This act was initiated by the JFK administration and addressed workplace hiring, promotion, and firing procedures among other things.

What is the Civil Rights Act of 1964?

100

Informal way of assessing instruction and understanding

What is formative assessment? 

100

Specific, measurable outcomes established by the teacher that define exactly what students will be able to do by the end of a lesson or course.

What is objectives?

100

This organization was originally established in 1907 and is now known as the National Association for Music Education.

What is the Music Supervisors National Conference?

100

This Greek word meaning “loving” combined with the Greek word meaning “science of wisdom” forms our English word.

What is philosophy?

100

ESEA

What is the Elementary and Secondary Education Act?

100

This methodology is popular in Asian countries and teaches students on string instruments from a very early age. 

What is Suzuki? 

100

Taxonomy of Cognitive Development

Who is Benjamin Bloom?

200

Title IX

What is the Education Amendments Act of 1972?

200

Occurs at the end of a check-point

What is summative assessment?

200
Method of checking for student understanding, if objectives were met, and/or measure growth.

What is assessment? 

200

Creating, Performing, Responding, and Connecting are all part of which version of the national standards? 

What are the 2014 National Standards for Music Education?

200

This Greek philosopher believed that music builds strong citizens.

Who is Plato?

200

musica mundana

What is music of the spheres? 

200

This educational methodology utilizes instruments such as these as a vehicle for teaching. 

What is Orff-Schulwerk? 

200

Spiral curriculum

Who is David Brunner?

300

This administration is responsible for the Every Student Succeeds Act. 

Who is the Obama Administration?

300

Question and answer during a lesson to review 

What is formative assessment? 

300

The range of content intended to be taught in a curriculum. 

What is the scope?

300

Defined as knowledge and understanding required to participate authentically the discipline of music by independently carrying out the artistic processes of  creating, performing, and responding.

What is music literacy?

300

Grammar, Rhetoric, Logic, Arithmetic, Geometry, Music, and Astronomy are all collectively referred to as this in Greek writing. 

What are the Seven Liberal Arts? 
300

IEP

What is Individualized Education Program? 

300

This methodology features a sequence of learning that begins with signing rhythmic and melodic patterns aurally first and then later in reading and writing; and requires requires 225 contact hours and proficiency in musicianship, conducting, choral ensemble skills, music literature, and pedagogy/teaching skills to become certified. 

What is Kodaly? 

300

Musicking

Who is David Elliott?

400

Provided more flexibility in how states use federal funds as long as accountability standards are met.

What is No Child Left Behind?

400

All graduate students take these exams at the beginning of their graduate program to place into appropriate-level courses.

What is diagnostic assessment?

400

This type of teaching facilitates and supports the achievement of all students in a learner-centered context by knowing students and what they bring with them from their families, communities, and experiences.

What is culturally responsive pedagogy?

400

These standards are vertically aligned to provide for a cohesive curriculum from one grade/level to the next and are designed to promote consistency in learning across the state. 

What are the Texes Essential Knowledge and Skills standards? 

400

He persuaded Boston Public Schools to include music in the primary curriculum in 1838 which was the first time music education was supported by public taxes.

Who is Lowell Mason?

400

Latin word for the harmonious relationships that occur in human existence.

What is musica humana?

400

This methodology focused on a shift to teaching music of all styles through performance, listening and analysis, composition, and improvisation through common elements of frequency, duration, intensity, and timbre.

What is Comprehensive Musicianship through Performance? 

400

Audiation

Who is Edwin Gordon?

500

This act was established in 1965 and includes Title I provisions to assist with improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged.

What is the Elementary and Secondary Education Act?

500

Ms. Ramirez gives her 6th grade band students a pre-test to determine how much they know before teaching a unit on music notation.

What is diagnostic assessment?

500

A theoretical orientation in which learning takes place through conditioning. 

What is behaviorism?

500

These nine standards were created to increase accountability. 

What are the 2004 National Standards?

500

Music regarded as mystical and powerful—a force that could be used to influence humans for good or evil. 

What is the Doctrine of Ethos? 

500

EAHCA

What is the Education for All Handicapped Children Act? 

500

In this methodology, children are encouraged to experience music by sampling their own sound world with body percussion, and self-built instruments.

What is the Manhattanville Music Curriculum Project? 

500

Eurhythmics

Who is Eugene Jacque-Dalcroze?

600

This update to a previous act raised the standards for special education teacher licensure.

What is the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act? 

600

Standardized testing is this form of assessment.

What is summative assessment?

600

Defined as "how knowledge is gained." 

What is epistemology? 

600

This science revolution in 1957 led to more focus on STEM related fields and less attention on music education. 

What is Sputnik?

600

This contemporary music education philosopher emphasizes the aesthetics of music education. 

Who is Bennett Reimer? 

600

HEA

What is the Higher Education Act? 

600

This methodology utilizes fixed-do solfege. 

What is Dalcroze? 

600

Child development stages?

Who is Jean Piaget?

700

Introduced "people first language."

What is the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act?

700

This refers to an assessment that accurately measures what is intended to measure. 

What is validity? 
700

A type of pitch learning/reading in which each pitch is assigned to a syllable. 

What is solfege? 

700

1965 saw the creation of this organization to support the arts. 

What is the National Endowment of the Arts? 

700

This Greek philosopher discovered that harmony is based upon ratios. 

Who is Pythagoras? 

700

CMP

What is Comprehensive Musicianship through Performance?

700

This was developed by Yamaha in 1980 as a technology-aided music instruction. 

What is Music in Education? 

700

Hierarchy of Needs

Who is Abraham Maslow?

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