Ms Angela Rose

BEd (Hons I, UM) (Sydney); BA (Sydney)
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Biographical details

Angela Rose is a PhD candidate and former secondary school teacher. Alongside her research, she teaches undergraduate and graduate classes within the Sydney School of Education and Social Work. Her PhD research is interested in the beliefs of teachers towards refugee students and how this knowledge is shaped and reshaped.

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
  • EDSE4051 Pedagogy and Professional Practice 3: 2016, 2017, 2018

Masters Teaching

  • EDMT6500 Schools and their Communities: 2018
  • EDMT6012 Professional Research Project: 2017
  • EDMT5502 Teachers & Learners: School Communities: 2017

Thesis work

Thesis title: �They�ve got a face and an actual backstory and an experience�: Exploring secondary teachers� beliefs towards refugee students

Supervisors: Anthony WELCH , Timothy ALLENDER

Thesis abstract:

This research is an epistemological study exploring the beliefs of secondary school teachers towards refugee students. Foucauldian discourse analysis of education policy and semi-structured interviews with classroom teachers and school executives will seek to uncover language and practice which shape and reshape teacher knowledge towards this student group. As a result, it is envisaged that the results of this study will be useful in pre-service and continued teacher training, policy creation, and refugee student education.

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 - 2018
  • 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 Government Research Training Program Stipend Scholarship, 2015 - 2018
  • Australian Association for Research in Education Postgraduate Student Researcher Award, 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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