1. More closely resemble the procedures used to learn a new piece of music in the typical classroom setting.
2. Allow the director and ensemble flexibility in the procedures/methods used while learning a new piece of music without unnecessary restrictions or guidelines.
3. Measure individual and ensemble skills when an ensemble learns a new piece of music in a limited time frame. This new evaluation format is not intended to measure "true" sight reading skills.
This survey is to be completed by music educators who currently participate in the UIL Concert & Sight Reading Evaluation and will be used to provide valuable feedback to the committee concerning possible future changes to our current UIL Evaluation format.
There has been much discussion, and sometimes misinformation, concerning this new evaluation process, so please go to http://www.txmaa.org/SR_Committee_update_April_2019.pdf and read the latest committee update prior to starting the survey.