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Internationalising the curriculum: building intercultural understandings through music

courses. Cover Page Footnote Dawn Joseph (Deakin University) This journal article is available in Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice: http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol9/iss1/8 Background

Tasman Connections through Song: Engaging in Classrooms and in Community

Tasman, in community and educational settings, is needed to further explore the potential contribution singing can make for the individual, the group and the wider community. Author Note Dr. Dawn Joseph

Older People in a Community Gospel Choir: Musical Engagement and Social Connection

of the Community-Based Research Commons, Leisure Studies Commons , Music 2 Monash University Dawn Joseph Performance Commons, and the Other Music Commons Recommended APA Citation Qualitative Report ... the MD and have represented their understandings comprehensively. Author Note Dr. Dawn Joseph is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

International Students Experience in Teacher Education: Creating Context Through Play Workshops

Higher education in Australia attracts many international students. Universities are challenged to prepare them with the necessary understandings, knowledge and skills to effectively participate in their study. For international students, understanding Early Childhood contexts in Australia is a new way of viewing teaching and learning from their own cultural perspective. This...

‘We did the how to teach it’: Music teaching and learning in Higher Education in Australia

The Australian Government recognizes that the Arts are a critical part of formal school education and it should not be viewed as subordinate or extra. This paper forms part of a wider research project titled “Pre-service teacher attitudes and understandings of Music Education” that started in 2013. The focus of this paper investigates music teaching and learning in a core unit...

‘We did the how to teach it’: Music teaching and learning in Higher Education in Australia

The Australian Government recognizes that the Arts are a critical part of formal school education and it should not be viewed as subordinate or extra. This paper forms part of a wider research project titled “Pre-service teacher attitudes and understandings of Music Education” that started in 2013. The focus of this paper investigates music teaching and learning in a core unit...

Early Career Teaching: Learning to be a teacher and staying in the job

Dawn Joseph Deakin University Sarah Burney Camelot Rise Primary School Abstract: This article provides insights into the ways that teacher education programs might equip early career teachers beginning