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Dr Jennifer Rosevear
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Jennifer Rosevear is the Head of Music Education at the Elder Conservatorium of Music. Prior to her appointment as a Lecturer in Music Education at the City Campus of the South Australian College of Advanced Education in 1985, she taught music in secondary schools and was a Secondary Music Curriculum Writer, based at Wattle Park Teachers Centre during 1983-4. In 1991 the City Campus of SACAE merged with the University of Adelaide. She coordinated the Music Education stream within the Bachelor of Music, and since 2002, she has been head of the 4-year Bachelor of Music Education program.
2007 - awarded Prize for Teaching Excellence in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science.
2008 - completed Ph.D. with thesis entitled Engaging adolescents in high school music.
Research InterestsResearch Interests
The role of improvisation and playing by ear in developing musicianship.
Co-Editor of AARME XXIV Annual Conference Proceedings, Adelaide, 2002.
Editor of ASME XIII National Conference Proceedings, Adelaide, 2001.
Editor of revised edition Harmony: a new bridge from traditional to jazz-related harmonic concepts by Eric Bryce. Oakbank: Noble House Publishing, 1997.
Editor of Teaching SACE Musicianship, published by ASME (SA) Chapter Incorporated, 2007.
Editor of Assorted Stuff for Music Educators. Adelaide: Australian Society for Music Education (South Australian Chapter) Incorporated, 2004
Secondary Music Guide, Education Department of South Australia, 1986.
Rosevear, J. (2010). Balancing work, life and study: It's only a Ph.D. In Forrest, D. (Ed.). Journeying: Reflections on Doctoral Studies by Australian Music Educators. North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd, pp. 192-204.
Rosevear, J. (2009). Research into self-concept development, academic achievement and musical participation of adolescents. In M. Comte (Ed.), Musical Dimensions: A Festschrift for Doreen Bridges, North Melbourne, Australian Scholarly Publishing, pp. 147-158.
Selected Journal Articles & Conference Papers (published)
Rosevear, J. (2010). Attributions for success: exploring the potential impact on music learning in high school. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2010 No. 1, pp. 17-24.
Rosevear, J. (2009). Enjoyment as the key to motivation. Sing Out, 26(2), pp. 13-14.
Rosevear, J. (2008). Innovation and tradition in instrumental music in South Australian government schools. Proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education (ANZARME) XXXth Annual Conference, Melbourne, pp. 220-226.
Rosevear, J. Who wants to play a musical instrument? Some models for primary school instrumental music. In W. L. Sims (Ed.), Proceedings of the 28th International Society for Music Education (ISME) World Conference, Bologna, 2008.Rosevear, J. Academic achievement and music: what's the connection? Proceedings of the Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) XVI National Conference, Perth, 2007, pp. 178-181.
Rosevear, J. Lessons from teaching practice: self-perceptions of student teachers. In P. de Vries & J. Southcott (Eds.), Proceedings of Australian Association for Research in Music Education (AARME) XXVIIIth Annual Conference, Melbourne, September, 2006, pp. 95-103.
Rosevear, J. Factors affecting the engagement of high school students in music. On S. Morrison (Ed.), CD-ROM Proceedings of Asia-Pacific Music Education Research Symposium (APSMER05), University of Washington, Seattle, USA, 2005.
Rosevear, J. & Crossin, C. Giving voice to musicianship: a case study. In D. Forrest (Ed.), Proceedings of Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) XV National Conference, Melbourne, 2005, pp.207-211.
Rosevear, J. An overview of the musical experiences of adolescents, both at school and outside of school. In K. Hartwig (Ed.), Proceedings of Australian Association for Research in Music Education (AARME) XXV National Conference, Brisbane, 2003, pp.146-154.
Rosevear, J. Attitudes of high school students towards learning music. Proceedings of Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) XIV National Conference, Darwin, 2003, pp. 89-93.
Rosevear, J. A preliminary snapshot of the academic achievement and self-concept of music and non-music school students. Proceedings of Australian Association for Research in Music Education (AARME) XXIV National Conference, Adelaide, 2002, pp. 148-154.
Rosevear, J. Music, self-concept and the academic achievement of adolescents - a pilot study. SELF Research Centre (University of Western Sydney) International Biennial Conference: Self-Concept Research: Driving International Research Agendas, Sydney, 2002.
Rosevear, J. The role of improvisation and playing by ear in music learning. In M. Barrett, G. McPherson & R. Smith (eds.) Children and music: developmental perspectives, Launceston: IMERS, 1999, pp. 278-282.
Rosevear, J. Aural and creative approaches to music education: new sounds in music teaching and learning? in E. Gifford, A. Brown & A. Thomas (eds.) New sounds for a new century. Proceedings of ASME 11th National Conference, Brisbane, July, 1997, pp. 251-255.
Rosevear, J. Aural and creative aspects of music learning: the missing links. Australian Journal of Music Education, 1996 No. 1, pp. 11-17.
Australian Society for Music Education (ASME). National Treasurer, (2011-). Immediate Past ASME National President (2009-2011). ASME National President (2007-2009). Former National Secretary, Chapter Chairperson, National Council member; convenor of the ASME XIII National Conference, Adelaide, 2001. Secretary of ASME (SA) Chapter.
Member of the SSABSA Music Subject Advisory Committee (1984-2008), former Chief Examiner in Music (1986-89, 1994-5).
Member of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education (ANZARME), formerly Australian Association for Research in Music Education (AARME) and Association of Music Education Lecturers (AMEL).
Member of the International Society for Music Education (ISME)
Member of the Australian College of Education
Member of the Orff Schulwerk Association, the Kodaly Music Education Association, the Australian National Choral Association
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