APA 6th Edition Begić, A., Šulentić Begić, J. i Šmitpeter, V. (2019). Stavovi učenika i učitelja o vrednovanju i ocjenjivanju u nastavi Glazbene kulture. Metodički ogledi, 26 (2), 77-101. https://doi.org/10.21464/mo.26.2.7
MLA 8th Edition Begić, Amir, et al. "Stavovi učenika i učitelja o vrednovanju i ocjenjivanju u nastavi Glazbene kulture." Metodički ogledi, vol. 26, br. 2, 2019, str. 77-101. https://doi.org/10.21464/mo.26.2.7. Citirano 14.06.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Begić, Amir, Jasna Šulentić Begić i Valentina Šmitpeter. "Stavovi učenika i učitelja o vrednovanju i ocjenjivanju u nastavi Glazbene kulture." Metodički ogledi 26, br. 2 (2019): 77-101. https://doi.org/10.21464/mo.26.2.7
Harvard Begić, A., Šulentić Begić, J., i Šmitpeter, V. (2019). 'Stavovi učenika i učitelja o vrednovanju i ocjenjivanju u nastavi Glazbene kulture', Metodički ogledi, 26(2), str. 77-101. https://doi.org/10.21464/mo.26.2.7
Vancouver Begić A, Šulentić Begić J, Šmitpeter V. Stavovi učenika i učitelja o vrednovanju i ocjenjivanju u nastavi Glazbene kulture. Metodički ogledi [Internet]. 2019 [pristupljeno 14.06.2021.];26(2):77-101. https://doi.org/10.21464/mo.26.2.7
IEEE A. Begić, J. Šulentić Begić i V. Šmitpeter, "Stavovi učenika i učitelja o vrednovanju i ocjenjivanju u nastavi Glazbene kulture", Metodički ogledi, vol.26, br. 2, str. 77-101, 2019. [Online]. https://doi.org/10.21464/mo.26.2.7
Sažetak Evaluation and grading in the teaching of Music Culture is an important component of the educational process that carries various difficulties and subjectivity with it. In the course of Music Culture, various music activities and contents (music listening, music content, singing, playing, creativity/musical games/movement, basics of musical literacy) are realized, which are more or less specific and also reflect on the evaluation and evaluation. The activities and contents of the Curriculum for the Elementary School Music Culture and High School Musical Arts (2019) curricula are organized within three domains/teaching areas: Listening and learning about music, Expressing music and with music, and Music in context. The research was conducted in 2019 and included 269 respondents, i.e. 30 elementary music teachers and 239 eighth grade students. The survey was conducted in Osijek-Baranja and Pozega-Slavonia counties and it included Music teachers and eighth grade students from six primary schools, four of whom are in urban and two in rural areas. The aim of this research was to find out students’ and teachers’ views on evaluation and assessment and to determine the possible correlation of sociodemographic variables and teachers’ and students’ opinions on evaluation and assessment in Music Culture teaching and to determine how the assessment is conducted in Music Culture teaching. Listening to music and singing are activities that, in the opinion of both teachers and students, are most commonly evaluated and graded in teaching Music Culture. At the same time, teachers are more likely to carry out individual and group assessments than students. Teachers usually conduct their assessment by monitoring students every class, they tend to evaluate students during class and most often orally. Teachers and students think that student should not have the developed musical skills to score excellently in Music Culture. Considering the correlation between sociodemographic variables and the respondents’ opinions on evaluation and grading, it was shown that the area in which school is located and gender are significant predictors of students’ attitudes, while in the teachers no variables proved to be predictive.