Ms Angela Rose

BEd (Hons I, UM) (Sydney); BA (Sydney)
Academic tutor and lecturer

Telephone +61 2 9351 6362

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Teaching and supervision

Undergraduate Teaching

  • EDSE3062 Teaching English 2: 2017
  • EDSE2001 Pedagogy and Professional Practice 1: 2015, 2016
  • EDSE3072 Pedagogy and Professional Practice 2: 2015, 2016
  • EDSE4042 Pedagogy and Professional Practice 3: 2016, 2017

Masters Teaching

  • EDMT6012 Professional Research Project: 2017
  • EDMT5502: Teachers & Learners: School Communities: 2017

Thesis work

Thesis title: Australian secondary humanities teachers' beliefs towards mainstream refugee students

Supervisors: Anthony WELCH , Timothy ALLENDER

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Associations

  • Member, Australian Association for Research in Education, 2017
  • Member, Oceania Comparative and International Education Society, 2017
  • Member, NSW Institute for Educational Research, 2016 - 2017
  • Member, Teacher Education Advisory Board, 2015 - 2017
  • Member, Student Proctorial Panel, University of Sydney, 2016
  • Member, Academic Board, University of Sydney, 2015 - 2016
  • Member, English Teachers Association NSW, 2010 - 2017

Awards and honours

  • Australian Postgraduate Award, 2015-2018
  • Australian Association for Research in Education Postgraduate Student Researcher Award, 2017
  • University of Sydney Trevor Miller Memorial Fund, 2017
  • Dean's Citation for Excellence in Tutorials Teaching Award, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, 2017
  • AARE Alison Lee ‘Theory in Educational Research’ Scholarship, 2017
  • NSW Institute for Educational Research Student Research Grant, 2016
  • Microsoft Imagine Cup Innovation Winner, Australia, 2015
  • University of Sydney University Medal, 2013
  • University of Sydney Academic Merit Prize, 2013
  • University of Sydney Academic Merit Prize, 2012
  • NSW DET Teacher Education Scholarship, 2009-2013

Conference Presentations

  • Rose, A. (2017). Refugee students, teacher agency and neoliberalism in Australian education. AARE Conference 2017, Canberra, Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).
  • Rose, A. (2017). Australian Education and the 2030 Goals: The (mis)education of refugees. 45th Annual Conference of the OCIES, Université Nouvelle Calédonie, Noumea, New Caledonia: Oceania Comparative and International Education Society (OCIES).

Research Student Presentations

  • Rose, A. (2017). (Re)shaping teacher beliefs towards refugees. NSW Institute for Educational Research Student Research Showcase, Macquarie University.
  • Rose, A. (2017). “They’ve got a face and an actual backstory and an experience”: (re)forming teacher beliefs towards refugees. Sydney School of Education and Social Work Research Students Forum, University of Sydney.
  • Rose, A. (2015). Teacher beliefs towards refugee students: A scoping review. Faculty of Education and Social Work Research Students Forum, University of Sydney.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Rose, A. (2013). Alzheimer’s. In A. McKenzie & L. Sainty (Eds.), Arna, (pp. 16-16). Sydney: Darlington Press.

Journals

  • Rose, A. (2014). Environmental fears in science fiction. Metaphor, (4), 43-45.
  • Rose, A. (2014). Preliminary HSC Assessment Task: Nuclear Testing in the Pacific 1950s-1960s, Teaching History. Teaching History, 48(1), 79-80.
  • Rose, A. (2014). Teaching concepts: historical significance. Teaching History, 48(3), 50-53.
  • Rose, A. (2014). Time in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet: Using temporal deictic to understand the play. Metaphor, (4), 30-32.
  • Rose, A. (2013). A riot in the classroom: Rethinking student engagement with Shakespeare. Metaphor, (2), 55-56.
  • Rose, A. (2013). SPARring with Speer: The nature of sources and their use of evidence in essay writing. Teaching History, 47(3), 34-37.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Rose, A. (2013). Students captive to market forces and unfair school funding models. Sydney Morning Herald.

2014

  • Rose, A. (2014). Environmental fears in science fiction. Metaphor, (4), 43-45.
  • Rose, A. (2014). Preliminary HSC Assessment Task: Nuclear Testing in the Pacific 1950s-1960s, Teaching History. Teaching History, 48(1), 79-80.
  • Rose, A. (2014). Teaching concepts: historical significance. Teaching History, 48(3), 50-53.
  • Rose, A. (2014). Time in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet: Using temporal deictic to understand the play. Metaphor, (4), 30-32.

2013

  • Rose, A. (2013). A riot in the classroom: Rethinking student engagement with Shakespeare. Metaphor, (2), 55-56.
  • Rose, A. (2013). Alzheimer’s. In A. McKenzie & L. Sainty (Eds.), Arna, (pp. 16-16). Sydney: Darlington Press.
  • Rose, A. (2013). SPARring with Speer: The nature of sources and their use of evidence in essay writing. Teaching History, 47(3), 34-37.
  • Rose, A. (2013). Students captive to market forces and unfair school funding models. Sydney Morning Herald.

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