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date: 29 February 2020

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This chapter outlines the various lines of inquiry and research about assessment in the applied studio and makes recommendations for further research. It comprises three sections: the first focused on briefly defining the applied setting, the second on assessment of musical learning in the applied studio, and the third section on the assessment of teaching in the applied studio. The chapter explores previous research literature and illustrates the need for further work. It will be relevant for musicians preparing to become applied studio teachers, current applied studio teachers, and administrators seeking to evaluate the work undertaken in applied studios.

Keywords: applied studio instruction, one-to-one instruction, master-apprentice, private teaching, higher education, tertiary, teaching effectiveness, teaching quality, student outcomes

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