Assessment in theatre education

Salazar, L.G.
May 1992
Design for Arts in Education;May92, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p41
Academic Journal
Offers a look at the problem of assessment in theatre education. Previous research; Types of assessment already in place; Studies in progress; Project ZEROs and ARTS PROPEL; Research abound; Associated studies; Summary and conclusions.


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