Ed. & Pedagogy

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ABERNETHY, Stephen JamesParents' reasons for supporting their child's music training in an expatriate school in Taiwan M.EdMonash University200695
ABURN, Robert JohnThe dilemma of aural skills within year eleven music programmes in the New Zealand curriculum.MTcngUniversity of Canterbury2015
ACKER, AleksandraYoung Children, Music and DiversityPhDRMIT University2010554
ADAMS, Zilla EmilyRecent developments in the mainstreaming of blind students into lower secondary school class musicMMus Ed.University of Western Aust.1995172
AGGETT, CathyAustralian art song: Pedagogical strategies for singers and singing teachers (working title)PhDUniversity of Western SydneyIn Progress (2005)
AIRY, Samuel P. G.Music teachers' beliefs and their use of MIDI TechnologyM.EdUniversity of Auckland1999247
ALEXANDER, AdrienneA study of current practice in flute pedagogy for beginner students in New South WalesMMus Ed.University of Sydney1997116
ALGIE, PhilippaAn exploration of the relationship between TEACCH and a music therapy student's practice in a special education settingMMusTherNZ School of Music (Victoria + Massey)201275
ALHADAD, HanaDreamtime Peter Pan: An exploration of participatory theatre processes, performance and the negotiation of identities among marginalised young people in BrisbanePhDUniversity of Queensland2013294
ALLAN, ChristopherExploring the value of aural and kinaesthetic feedback using speech quality as a catalyst for vocal development in the training of tertiary voice studentsPhDUniversity of Newcastle2011230
AMATO, NolaThe design and implementation of a keyboard scale tutoring systemMScUniversity of Western Aust.1988103
ANDERSON, Alan JohnstonDeveloping instructional strategies for desktop video assisted music teaching and learningPhDSouthern Cross University2004214
ANDERSON, JustineFinding a voice : age, competition and mastery in singing : a discussion of the challenges that a singer faces in endeavouring to master the voice and enter the singing profession M.Mus.University of Melbourne200845
ANDERSON, LynneKindergarten teachers' perspectives on the role of music in early childhood educationM.EdUniversity of South Australia200291
ANDREASEN, Felicity AnneMusically gifted students in the first year of secondary school : identification and curriculum differentiationM.EdSouthern Cross University1997135
AnonMusic, Media and the ArtsDPhil Ed.University of NSWin progress (2006)
AnonThe application of Dalcroze eurhythmics to music educationPhDUniversity of Newcastlein progress (NiC08/07)
AnonTowards an ideal model in violin study and playingMMusGriffith Universityin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonThe role of the Christian church in the development of music education in Hong KongPhDUniversity of Western Aust.in progress (NiC08/07)
AnonEarly Music in Australia: Historic Instruments (Strings) Training & Preventative Support Education (Holistic Musician Education for the Profession)MAUniversity of Newcastlein progress (NiC08/07)
AnonFemale vocal training for musical theatre: the use of 'belt' and 'legit' vocal qualitiesPhDUniversity of Sydneyin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonJazz Improvisation: Addressing VocalistsPhDGriffith Universityin progress (2007)
AnonGamelan in Japan: Expressions of Japaneseness in pedagogical infrastructure and practice MAMonash Universityin progress (2006)
AnonCrossing the nexus from performer to student centred teacherPhDGriffith Universityin progress (2007)
AnonStudio music teachers and public music examinations: the quality interface.PhDJames Cook UniversityIn Progress (2006)
AnonEthnomusicology and its educational applicationPhDDeakin Universityin progress (NiC08/07)
Anon20th-century guitar techniques: a composer's handbookMMusVictoria University of Wellingtonin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonChoral conducting technique and the choral responsePhDUniversity of Adelaidein progress
AnonMusic education in an era of change: social, political and epistemological issues in curriculumPhDUniversity of Queenslandin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonPiano graded examinations, friend or foe: The relevance to Singapore in the 21st centuryDMAGriffith Universityin progress (2007)
AnonMusic learning and teaching for the blindPhDUniversity of Adelaidein progress (NiC08/07)
AnonAcquiring the ability to improvise: a cross-cultural study examining the learning processes and performance strategies of musicians in jazz, Hindustani music, and Arabic taqsimPhDUniversity of NSWin progress (2007)
AnonPractice Strategies of Elite Instrumental Performers PhDUniversity of NSWIn progress (2007)
AnonIntonation: a Survey of Pedagogical Methods and Beliefs of Cello TeachersM.EdUniversity of Canterburyin progress (2007)
AnonHow does the Vincenzo Vitale piano pedagogy impact the musical arts?PhDUniversity of MelbourneIn progress (2008)
AnonSpecial education teachers' perceptions of music therapy in MacauMMusUniversity of QueenslandIn Progress (2009)
AnonExploring the influence of Confucianism on music learning among the Chinese-Australian DiasporaPhDMonash Universityin progress (2013)
AnonEvolving music undergraduate education in Australia: A comparative and generative investigation of student expectations, experiences, and perceptions of qualityPhDUniversity of Western Aust.In Progress (2012)
ARNOLD, MartinWhy play jazz? : an investigation into meaning of participation in a primary school music ensemble M.EdUniversity of Melbourne2000126
ARONSON, GregoryGuided By Voices : Living and Learning MusicPHDVictoria University (Vic. Australia)2016331
ASHLEY, J. V.The influence of early formal music training on the music aptitude of young children : an evaluation of levels I and II of the Yamaha Junior Music Course M.EdAustralian Catholic University1986124
ASHTON, Graham RGot ‘em on a String: The Collective Skills, Knowledge and Attributes of Group String Teachers in QueenslandMPhilGriffith University2015
ASHTON-BELL, Robert Linton TavisSound in sight: an autoethnographical case study of teaching and learning western music theoryPhDMonash University2015271
ASHURST, Prudence M.The influence of experience in the Kodaly-based intonation and rhythmic techniques on the sight singing abilities of adolescent studentsMusMUniversity of Western Aust.1997141
ASKEW, GraemeA Buberian perspective on music education : implications for the music curriculum in Victorian primary schoolsM.EdLaTrobe University1992117
ATKIN, NancyWhy song is useful in teaching pronunciation and spoken EnglishM.EdLaTrobe University1998110
AUGUSTYNIAK, SylvanaThe impact of formal and informal learning on students' compositional processesPhDUniversity of NSW2011290
BAHR, Nanette MargaretThe impact of developmental experiences on exceptional pitch labelling skill PhDUniversity of Queensland1999331
BAINGER, LucyEffective professional development in music for early childhood educators. PhDMonash University2012292
BAKER, Damian LeeImproving student motivation and engagement in high school music composition through Orff Schulwerk pedagogyM.EdUniversity of Waikato2014162
BALLANTYNE, JulieEffectiveness of preservice music teacher education programs : perceptions of early-career music teachers EdDQueensland University of Technology2005263
BAN, Louise GiselleProblems and solutions in adapting the Kodaly method for use in AustraliaMAUniversity of Sydney1976281
BARBELER, DamienExperiential learning in musical composition.MMusGriffith University1997109
BARBER, BruceAn analytical survey of percussion education at the immediate pre-tertiary level MMusUniversity of Melbourne1989344
BARKER, Simon"Scattering rhythms" : The Koreanisation of the Western drumsetPhDUniversity of Sydney2010114 + 1 CD + 1 DVD
BARKL, LouiseProfessional musicians and the music education programs of arts organisations : case studies of two models MMus (Mus Ed.)University of Sydney2005268 + DVD
BARRETT, B. E.An errorless versus a traditional procedure for teaching reading of music notationM.Ed.James Cook University1990
Barry, JenniferStories and gaps: a study of narrative, discourse and musical awareness in a group of year six children's responses to musicMTeachUniversity of Canterbury2006117
BARTLETT, IreneClassical technique meets contemporary style : beliefs and practices of voice teachers in contemporary studiosMMusGriffith University1998104
BARTON, GeorginaThe influence of culture in instrumental music teaching : a particpant-observation case study of Karnatic and Queensland instrumental music teachers in context PhDQueensland University of Technology2003257
BASTANINEZHAD, Arya/​AliA critical study of the music pedagogy in post-revolutionary Iran (1979-2010): breaking down the boundaries between two musical methodsPhD Monash University2013
BEILHARZ, KristyContemporary violin techniquesMMusUniversity of Sydney1994105
BELCHER, Steven JamesThe development of a 15 minute direct instruction program for year 7 students for the Victorian music classroom and an evaluation of its effectiveness in advancing students' music literacyM.EdEdith Cowan University201094 + Music
BELL, RobertPAL: the percussive audio lexicon. An approach to describing the features of percussion instruments and the sounds they producePhDSwinburne University of Technology2015536
BELLEMORE, MichaelA case study in musical composition with year seven students.M.EdUniversity of NSW199352
BENNETT, Dawn ElizabethClassical instrumental musicians : educating for sustainable professional practicePhDUniversity of Western Aust.2005307
BENNETT, Jacqueline AnnA creative approach to school music for Form I pupils in a New South Wales state schoolM.EdUniversity of NSW1974NS
BENNETTS, KathleenThe status of music literacy in selected Melbourne primary schools in the mid 1990sMAMonash University1999106
BENNETTS, Kathleen ScottBoys and music : a comparative case study of middle school boys' attitudes to musicPhDMonash University2008349
BERRY, Anne IrmaA study of motivation through repertoire in intermediate cello studentsPhDUniversity of Queensland2007217
BERRY, Anne Irma.A Multimedia Approach to Cello PedagogyMPhilUniversity of South Queensland1997115 + 274
BESTON, Pauline M.Composition, assessment and pedagogy in NSW senior secondary music educationPhDUniversity of Sydney2001363 + 3 CDs
BIGNELL, B.Musical utterance as a way of knowing : a contemporary epistemology of music PhDUniversity of Western Sydney2000499
BLANCH, Faye RosasNunga rappin [manuscript] : talkin the talk, walkin the walk ; young Nunga males and educationMAFlinders University2008168
BLOM, DianaMinimal music: roles and approaches of teachers engaging students with a contemporary art music through composing activitiesPhDUniversity of Sydney20012 vol+5 CDR
BLYTH, AndrewUsing the Victorian Curriculum and Standards Framework in music educationEdDDeakin University2004264
BOADLE, Brian HMusic teaching in Victorian state primary schools in relation to teacher training M.EdUniversity of Melbourne1977241
BODKIN, SallyBeing musical: teachers, music and identity in early childhood education in Aoteaoroa/New ZealandPhDUniversity of Otago2004294
BOLAND, Robert JohnThe problems associated with the design, implementation and evaluation of an intelligent piano tutor PhDUniversity of Canberra2003361
BOLTE, AlisonAustralian popular music [kit] : its role in developing an appreciation of musical concepts. Presented through a resource kit suitable for junior secondary music students MMus Ed.University of Sydney1990350
BOLTON, JanA multi-arts creative approach to music education: its impact on generalist primary teacher education students' confidence and competence to teach musicM.EdDeakin University1999 (NiC)71
BONHAM, GillianMusic in Australian education : an historical and philisophical analysisM.EdUniversity of Canberra1982292 + 4 cass
BOOTH, RobynThe status of music therapy in Victorian special schoolsM.EdMonash University2002114
BORER, PhillippeAspects of European influences on violin playing and teaching in AustraliaMMusUniversity of Tasmania1988205
BOUGHEN, Roxanne ElizabethOrff, Kodaly, Dalcroze and Suzuki : a comparative and developmental study in relation to the Australian context M.EdLaTrobe University199065
BOURNE, Tracy MariePerceptual, acoustic and physiological characteristics of music theatre singingPhDUniversity of Sydney2016
BOWDEN, Julia PatriciaThe intermediate piano student: an investigation of the impact of learning material on motivationM.MusJames Cook University2010
BOYACK, Jennifer ElizabethSinging a joyful song : an exploratory study of primary school music leaders in Aotearoa New Zealand : a thesisPhDMassey University2011295
BOYLE, RosemaryLying on the floor: young peoples' approaches to creativity in the music classroomM.EdUniversity of Melbourne201274
BRAATVEDT, SusanA history of music education in New Zealand state primary and intermediate schools, 1878-1989PhDUniversity of Canterbury2002572
BRANDMAN, Carol JeanIs the Future Musical Futures? A comparative analysis of the Musical Futures approach and the NSW BOS 7- 10 Music SyllabusMaster of EducationUniversity of Wollongong2016162
BRENNAN, CassandraStudent engagement for enhanced learning in diverse school communities : a culturally inclusive approach through music educationMMusEdUniversity of Sydney2011102
BRENNAN, JuliaAn investigation into the impact of the NSW creative arts K-6 syllabus and teacher education resources on the teaching of music in NSW government primary schools MMus(Mus Ed.)University of Sydney2006109
BRENNAN, Philomena SMusic educational and ethnomusicological implications for curriculum design: development, implementation and evaluation of Philippine music and dance curricula PhDUniversity of Wollongong19841170
BRESCIANI, DianneYamaha, Suzuki, Kodaly and traditional music education: some music and academic achievements for(N-273) students in school grades six and seven PhDUniversity of Melbourne19881 microfilm
BRETT, MarilynA study of ways in which classically trained singing teachers meet the pedagogical needs of singers of contemporary popular stylesMMusUniversity of Sydney2008115
BRIDGES, DoreenThe role of universities in the development of music education in Australia, 1885-1970 PhDUniversity of Sydney1970410
BRIEN, StephenAn investigation of forward motion as an analytic template MMus (Perf)University of Sydney2004112
BRIGGS, Maria Sergeevna (née Okunev)Tertiary Opera Training in Australia and UK: Ethnographic PerspectivePhDUniversity of Sydney2015
BROOKE, SarahGiving flight to the Imagination : using portraiture to tell the story of Orff Schulwerk and a family music education settingPHDVictoria University (Vic. Australia)2016302
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