Associate Professor Jennifer Rowley

BA DipEd MEd GradDipHigherEd PhD UNSW LTCL Trinity RSA Cert TEFLA
Associate Professor in Music Education

C41 - Sydney Conservatorium of Music
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 1328

Biographical details

Dr Jennifer Rowley is a Senior Lecturer in Music Education with special interests in the areas of gifted education; adolescent development; learning and teaching; identity development and eLearning. Jennifer currently lectures in pedagogy and curriculum; child and adolescent development; behaviour management and social and professional issues for teachers. She is committed to teachers’ professional learning and how individual cognitive, social, emotional and behavioural needs of all learners can be met in a diverse range of educational settings.

Herspecialisations are gifted education; social, professional and identity issues for teachers (concerns of beginning teachers, graduate teacher professional standards, behaviour management, cultural diversity in schools, social justice and equity); secondary and tertiary Teaching and Learning; eLearning (its design and use for enhancing teaching and learning); and the use of ePortfolio for enhancing student learning. Ensuring trainee teachers understand the changing nature of the student population (including cultural diversity in schools) is one of her passions. Jennifer welcomes opportunities to work within schools and tertiary education to improve teaching and learning for students and teachers.

Jennifer is Project Leader for an Australian Federal Government funded OLT (Office of Learning and Teaching) research project investigating ePortfolios for Arts students in Australian Universities. The $220,000 grant focuses on the development of templates for Arts students to enable the documenting of skills and competencies acquired during their Tertiary Arts training. Jennifer has been involved in a number of research projects since her tenure commenced in December 2008. Her current ePortfolio research aims to learn about effective ways to support the development of reflective learning and practice for both students and academics. Of particular interest is the way that identity formation contributes to the documenting of student learning, professional practice and research. She is beginning a new project with Sydney eLearning to develop a framework for ePortfolio construction for students enrolled in the Internship program at the Con. She is also academic in charge of a Humanities and Social Sciences cluster eLearning project evaluating the learning spaces use by academics and students at the University. She recently worked on a project to design curriculum to support students’ use of ePortfolio so that Music education students could document their learning story. Jennifer is consistently engaged in ensuring curriculum embraces aspects of self-reflection so that leaners develop a holistic view of their learning.

Jennifer’s research grants include team membership of two large ($50,000) University of Sydney Teaching & Leaning grants: ePortfolios for music education students, and The alignment of professional standards with curriculum practices. She has been chief investigator on two University of Sydney Teaching and Learning grants ($8,000 x 2): The expectations of beginning music teachers andShifting identities: musician to music teacher. Research-enhanced learning and teaching inform her research and teaching practice. Jennifer presents at national and international conferences and publishes on the use of new technologies.

Jennifer’s PhD research focused on teacher effectiveness in the teaching of Gifted children by examining cohorts of trained, trainee and untrained teachers of gifted students in NSW and ACT schools. She designed, developed and trialled a Train the Trainer program so that schools could provide effective professional development for teachers of the Gifted.

Jennifer completed a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Graduate Diploma in Education with majors in English and French and worked as a secondary school teacher in schools from 1987. She completed a Master in Education degree with a research project investigating comparative educations in Japan and Australia. Jennifer has taught in all school systems in NSW (government, non-government and Catholic) and she has also taught in France, England and Japan. These experiences have led to an interest in teaching and research concerning how children learn and the provisions for children with special needs.

Jennifer worked for a number of years in both government and independent schools as an English and French teacher before working in Higher Education as a part-time tutor at the University of New South Wales from 1999 -2006. At the same time, she was employed by the University of Wollongong as a casual teacher education lecturer and tutor from 2003-2006 working with Maths and Science students training to be secondary school teachers in pedagogy, child development and special education. She completed her PhD studies at the University of New South Wales in 2003 and started part-time at Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2006. Her full-time tenure commenced in December 2008.

Jennifer supervises both undergraduate honours and post-graduate higher degree research students. Areas of recent supervision include:
· Musical education of academically gifted and talented students
· Selection criteria for students entering specialist music schools
· The impact of music therapy on social behaviours of children with Autism
· The implementation of music curriculum in schools for specific purposes
· Assessment practices for Year 10 Music Students in NSW schools
· Pathways for musical theatre students for professional practice
· The impact of choral repertoire for Secondary Music Ensembles
· Beginner piano teaching methodology: aural/oral perception versus notation learning
Jennifer has a broad and varied teaching experience and has also given professional development presentations in gifted education and train the trainer. She has developed strong links with the community through he widening participation grants and works closely in partnership with schools in the University’s COMPASS program. Jennifer received aFaculty Teaching Awardin 2007 and a number of internal faculty and University grants from 2006- 2013 that have contributed to various presentations and publications.

Selected grants

2015

  • E-portfolios for Arts students: international perspectives; Rowley J; Sydney Conservatorium of Music/Research and Conference Travel Grant.

2014

  • Supporting innovation in teaching in NSW regional conservatoriums; Rowley J; DVC Education/Small Educational Innovation Grant.

2012

  • ePortolios for creative arts, music and arts students in Australian universities; Rowley J, Dunbar-Hall P, Bennett D, Blom D, Hitchcock M; Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC)..../Innovation and Development Grants.

2011

  • ePortfolios for creative arts, music and arts students in Australian universities; Rowley J; Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC)/Research Support.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Rowley, J. (2017). ePortfolios in Australian Universities. Singapore: Springer Singapore. [More Information]

Book Chapters

  • Rowley, J., Taylor, J. (2017). Building professional capabilities: ePortfolios as developmental ecosystems. In Jennifer Rowley (Eds.), ePortfolios in Australian Universities, (pp. 191-203). Singapore: Springer Singapore. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2017). ePortfolios in a music faculty: student differentiations in expectations, applications and uses. In Jennifer Rowley (Eds.), ePortfolios in Australian Universities, (pp. 83-98). Singapore: Springer Singapore. [More Information]
  • Munday, J., Rowley, J. (2017). Showing a Human and Professional Face To the World: An ePortfolio Design Strategy for a Sense of Self. In Maria Northcote, Kevin P. Gosselin (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Humanizing the Distance Learning Experience, (pp. 94-110). Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. [More Information]
  • Piihl, J., Rasmussen, J., Rowley, J. (2015). A Multi-disciplinary Framework for Building Students' Capacity as Practitioner Researchers. In Cally Guerin, Paul Bartholomew, Claus Nygaard (Eds.), Learning to Research, Researching to Learn, (pp. 39-58). Faringdon, Oxfordshire, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2015). Creative Teaching with Performing Arts Students: Developing Career Creativities through the Use of ePortfolios for Career Awareness and Resilience. In Pamela Burnard, Elizabeth Haddon (Eds.), Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education, (pp. 241-259). London: Bloomsbury Academic. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J. (2014). Enhancing Student Learning through the Management of Technology-rich Physical Learning Spaces for Flexible Teaching. In Lennie Scott-Webster, John Branch, Paul Bartholomew, Claus Nygaard (Eds.), Learning Space Design in Higher Education, (pp. 53-68). Oxfordshire, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Piihl, J., Rasmussen, J., Rowley, J. (2014). Internships as Case-based Learning for Professional Practice. In Claus Nygaard, Paul Bartholomew, John Branch (Eds.), Case-based Learning in Higher Education, (pp. 177-196). Oxfordshire, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2013). Enhancing Music Students' Learning and Pedagogic Understandings through Cultural Exchange. In Claus Nygaard, Nigel Courtney, Paul Bartholomew (Eds.), Quality Enhancement of University Teaching and Learning, (pp. 69-86). Faringdon, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Rowley, J. (2011). Innovation and Student Learning: ePortfolios for Music Education. In C. Nygaard, N. Courtney and C. Holtham (Eds.), Beyond Transmission: Innovations in University Teaching, (pp. 45-61). Faringdon, Oxfordshire, England: Libri Publishing.

Journals

  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Reid, A. (2017). Student musicians´┐Ż experiences of reflexivity during internships: Personal narratives and complex modalities. International Journal of Music Education, 35(3), 460-475.
  • Rowley, J., Munday, J., Polly, P. (2017). The Use of Visual Images in Building Professional Self Identities. International Journal of ePortfolio, 7(1), 53-65.
  • Bennett, D., Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Hitchcock, M., Blom, D. (2016). Electronic portfolios and learner identity: an ePortfolio case study in music and writing. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 40(1), 107-124. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D. (2016). ePortfolios In Australian Higher Education Arts: Differences and Differentiations. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 17(19), 1-21.
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Brooks, W., Cotton, H., Lill, A. (2015). E-Portfolios in Music and Other Performing Arts Education: History through a Critique of Literature. Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 36(2), 139-154.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2015). The role of ePortfolios in preparing students for music careers. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2, 216-223.
  • Rowley, J., O'Dea, J. (2014). Enjoyment of eLearning Among Teacher Education Students in Australia. International Research in Education, 2(1), 134-144. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2014). Exploring the Pedagogy and Impact of Technology on ePortfolio Creation for Arts Students in Australian Tertiary Study. UAE Journal of Educational Technology and eLearning, 5(December), 36-45.
  • Rowley, J., Scanlon, L., Laing, L., Smith, L., Treleaven, L. (2014). Improving professional learning and teaching through the development of a quality process. Journal of Education and Training, 1(1), 83-104. [More Information]
  • Blom, D., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Hitchcock, M., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2014). Knowledge Sharing: Exploring Institutional Policy and Educator Practice Through Eportfolios In Music And Writing. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 12(2), 138-148.
  • Rowley, J. (2014). Music and visual arts service learning in Sydney schools: school and university partnerships to widen participation in higher education. International Studies in Widening Participation, 1(1), 43-56.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2013). Cultural diversity in music learning: Developing identity as a music teacher and learner. Pacific-Asian Education, 25(2), 41-50.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2012). Curriculum mapping and ePortfolios: embedding a new technology in music teacher preparation. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2012 (1), 22-31.
  • Rowley, J. (2012). Final year music students' identities: Music student or music teacher? Victorian Journal of Music Education, 2012 (1), 22-33.
  • Rowley, J. (2012). Professional development needs of teachers to identify and cater for gifted students. Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, 21(2), 75-80.
  • Taylor, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J. (2012). The e-portfolio continuum: Discovering variables for e-portfolio adoption within music education. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (Online), 28(8), 1362-1381.
  • Milburn, R., Rowley, J., Atkinson, S. (2011). Developing an authentic role play interview for music teachers. Synergy, July 2011(31), 39-45.
  • Dearlove, J., Rowley, J. (2010). Enhancing learning through strategies lecturers use: a snapshot of students' learning at a satellite campus. Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association, 35, 1-23.
  • Rowley, J., Tindall-Ford, S. (2008). Professional experience & WebCT at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Synergy, 28, 14-21.
  • Rowley, J. (2008). Teaching strategies to facilitate learning for gifted and talented students. Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, 17(2), 36-42.
  • Clarke, S., Rowley, J. (2008). The musical education of academically gifted and talented students. Victorian Journal of Music Education, 2008 (2008), 31-37.

Conferences

  • Rowley, J. (2017). Career decisions of future professionals: The reality and barriers to traditional performance careers. International Symposium on Performance Science 2017, Reykjavik, Iceland: Listahaskoli Islands | Iceland Academy of the Arts.
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Reid, A. (2016). Leadership as a core creativity for musician identity. 21st International Seminar of the ISME Commission on the Education of the Professional Musician (CEPROM 2016), Saint Andrews: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2015). ePortfolios in the preparation of professional musicians: findings from an Australian project. ASME XXth National Conference - Music: Educating for life, Parkville, Victoria: Australian Society for Music Education.
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D. (2014). ePortfolios in the Teaching of Music and other Creative and Performing Arts in Four Australian Universities. 31st World Conference on Music Education (ISME 2014), Porto Alegre, Brazil: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., Reid, A. (2014). Using 'Buddies' to encourage regional students' participation in music higher education. 31st World Conference on Music Education (ISME 2014), Porto Alegre, Brazil: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J. (2013). An opportunity to develop creative talent in music for disadvantaged school students Years 4-7. 2013 International Conference on Economics and Social Science (ICESS 2013), Newark, DE: Information Engineering Research Institute.
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D., Hitchcock, M. (2013). ePortfolios in music and creative arts education: Innovating to inspire learning. XIX National Australian Society for Music Education Conference (ASME 2013), Parkville, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education.
  • Brooks, W., Rowley, J. (2013). Music students' perspectives on learning with technology. XIX National Australian Society for Music Education Conference (ASME 2013), Parkville, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education.
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D. (2013). Technology, identity and the creative artist. 30th Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference: Electric Dreams (ASCILITE 2013), Sydney: Macquarie University.
  • Blom, D., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Hitchcock, M., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2013). Two-way impact: institutional e-learning policy/educator practices in creative arts through ePortfolio creation. 12th European Conference on e-Learning (ECEL 2013), Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Bell, M., Taylor, J. (2012). A music teacher's development - documenting the journey for accreditation. PebbleBash 2012, Telford: Pebble Learning Ltd.
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Bell, M., Taylor, J. (2012). Music Education and ePortfolios: New Thinking for the Preparation of Music Teachers. 30th ISME World Conference on Music Education, Perth, WA, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2011). Uncovering the meaning of ePortfolios: action research, students and music teacher preparation. Australian Society for Music Education XVIII National Conference 2011, Parkville, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education.
  • O'Dea, J., Rowley, J. (2010). A Quantitative Comparison of Change Over 12 months in Pre-Service Music and PE Teachers Experiences and Perceptions of eLearning and a Qualitative Analysis of Perceived Benefits and Enjoyment. 5th International Conference on e-Learning ICEL 2010, Reading, UK: Academic Publishing Limited.
  • Rowley, J., Mitchell, H. (2010). Building social inclusion through cultural diversity and community engagement. CDIME10: Tenth International Conference on Cultural Diversity in Music Education, Sydney: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Webb, M., Bell, M. (2010). ePortfolios for music educators: Parameters, problems and possibilities. 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) 2010, Perth, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J. (2010). Expectations of Beginning music Teachers: An Australian Profile. 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) 2010, Perth, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2010). Integrating e-portfolios for music teachers: a creative and pedagogic understanding. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010, Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  • Rowley, J., Mitchell, H. (2010). Making Sound Connections: Broadening access, participation and progress of social inclusion in music education in Australia. 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) 2010, Perth, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., O'Dea, J. (2010). Perception of how e-learning enhances the university learning experience among teacher education undergraduates. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010, Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  • Rowley, J. (2010). Planning successful school based professional development for teachers of gifted children: a partnership. 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness, Aisa-Pacific Federation of the world Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Sydney, Australia: Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented (AAEGT).
  • Clarke, S., Rowley, J. (2010). The Musical learning journey for academically gifted students. 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness, Aisa-Pacific Federation of the world Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Sydney, Australia: Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented (AAEGT).
  • Rowley, J., Walsh, S. (2009). Building Social Inclusion Through Music. Equal Opportunity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia Conference EOPHEA 2009.
  • Rowley, J., O'Dea, J. (2009). How do students perceive the enhancement of their own learning? A comparison of two Education Faculties' experiences in building an online learning community for Bachelor of Music Education & Bachelor of Education students. Annual Conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association ATEA 2009, Australia: Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA).
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2009). Integrating e-portfolios: Putting the pedagogy in its place. 26th Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference ASCILITE 2009, Auckland: University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, ASCILITE. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J. (2008). Reducing anxiety through e-learning support of pre-service music teachers during professional experience. 19th Annual Conference of the Society for Technology and Teacher Education, Chesapeake: Association fo the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  • Rowley, J. (2006). Effective teaching strategies for gifted and talented students. The XXVIIIth Annual Australian Associatoin for Research in Music Education, Melbourne: Australian Association for Research in Music Education (AARME).
  • Rowley, J. (2006). What is quality teacher education for music education students? International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Singapore: Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning.

Web Site / Exhibition

  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Dunbar-Hall, P., Blom, D., Munday, J., Hitchcock, M., Collins, A., Polly, P., Taylor, J. (2015). ePortfolioAssist, Australia: University of Sydney.

2017

  • Rowley, J., Taylor, J. (2017). Building professional capabilities: ePortfolios as developmental ecosystems. In Jennifer Rowley (Eds.), ePortfolios in Australian Universities, (pp. 191-203). Singapore: Springer Singapore. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J. (2017). Career decisions of future professionals: The reality and barriers to traditional performance careers. International Symposium on Performance Science 2017, Reykjavik, Iceland: Listahaskoli Islands | Iceland Academy of the Arts.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2017). ePortfolios in a music faculty: student differentiations in expectations, applications and uses. In Jennifer Rowley (Eds.), ePortfolios in Australian Universities, (pp. 83-98). Singapore: Springer Singapore. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J. (2017). ePortfolios in Australian Universities. Singapore: Springer Singapore. [More Information]
  • Munday, J., Rowley, J. (2017). Showing a Human and Professional Face To the World: An ePortfolio Design Strategy for a Sense of Self. In Maria Northcote, Kevin P. Gosselin (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Humanizing the Distance Learning Experience, (pp. 94-110). Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Reid, A. (2017). Student musicians´┐Ż experiences of reflexivity during internships: Personal narratives and complex modalities. International Journal of Music Education, 35(3), 460-475.
  • Rowley, J., Munday, J., Polly, P. (2017). The Use of Visual Images in Building Professional Self Identities. International Journal of ePortfolio, 7(1), 53-65.

2016

  • Bennett, D., Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Hitchcock, M., Blom, D. (2016). Electronic portfolios and learner identity: an ePortfolio case study in music and writing. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 40(1), 107-124. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D. (2016). ePortfolios In Australian Higher Education Arts: Differences and Differentiations. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 17(19), 1-21.
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Reid, A. (2016). Leadership as a core creativity for musician identity. 21st International Seminar of the ISME Commission on the Education of the Professional Musician (CEPROM 2016), Saint Andrews: International Society of Music Education (ISME).

2015

  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Dunbar-Hall, P., Blom, D., Munday, J., Hitchcock, M., Collins, A., Polly, P., Taylor, J. (2015). ePortfolioAssist, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Piihl, J., Rasmussen, J., Rowley, J. (2015). A Multi-disciplinary Framework for Building Students' Capacity as Practitioner Researchers. In Cally Guerin, Paul Bartholomew, Claus Nygaard (Eds.), Learning to Research, Researching to Learn, (pp. 39-58). Faringdon, Oxfordshire, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2015). Creative Teaching with Performing Arts Students: Developing Career Creativities through the Use of ePortfolios for Career Awareness and Resilience. In Pamela Burnard, Elizabeth Haddon (Eds.), Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education, (pp. 241-259). London: Bloomsbury Academic. [More Information]
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Brooks, W., Cotton, H., Lill, A. (2015). E-Portfolios in Music and Other Performing Arts Education: History through a Critique of Literature. Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 36(2), 139-154.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2015). ePortfolios in the preparation of professional musicians: findings from an Australian project. ASME XXth National Conference - Music: Educating for life, Parkville, Victoria: Australian Society for Music Education.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2015). The role of ePortfolios in preparing students for music careers. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2, 216-223.

2014

  • Rowley, J. (2014). Enhancing Student Learning through the Management of Technology-rich Physical Learning Spaces for Flexible Teaching. In Lennie Scott-Webster, John Branch, Paul Bartholomew, Claus Nygaard (Eds.), Learning Space Design in Higher Education, (pp. 53-68). Oxfordshire, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Rowley, J., O'Dea, J. (2014). Enjoyment of eLearning Among Teacher Education Students in Australia. International Research in Education, 2(1), 134-144. [More Information]
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D. (2014). ePortfolios in the Teaching of Music and other Creative and Performing Arts in Four Australian Universities. 31st World Conference on Music Education (ISME 2014), Porto Alegre, Brazil: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2014). Exploring the Pedagogy and Impact of Technology on ePortfolio Creation for Arts Students in Australian Tertiary Study. UAE Journal of Educational Technology and eLearning, 5(December), 36-45.
  • Rowley, J., Scanlon, L., Laing, L., Smith, L., Treleaven, L. (2014). Improving professional learning and teaching through the development of a quality process. Journal of Education and Training, 1(1), 83-104. [More Information]
  • Piihl, J., Rasmussen, J., Rowley, J. (2014). Internships as Case-based Learning for Professional Practice. In Claus Nygaard, Paul Bartholomew, John Branch (Eds.), Case-based Learning in Higher Education, (pp. 177-196). Oxfordshire, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Blom, D., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Hitchcock, M., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2014). Knowledge Sharing: Exploring Institutional Policy and Educator Practice Through Eportfolios In Music And Writing. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 12(2), 138-148.
  • Rowley, J. (2014). Music and visual arts service learning in Sydney schools: school and university partnerships to widen participation in higher education. International Studies in Widening Participation, 1(1), 43-56.
  • Rowley, J., Reid, A. (2014). Using 'Buddies' to encourage regional students' participation in music higher education. 31st World Conference on Music Education (ISME 2014), Porto Alegre, Brazil: International Society of Music Education (ISME).

2013

  • Rowley, J. (2013). An opportunity to develop creative talent in music for disadvantaged school students Years 4-7. 2013 International Conference on Economics and Social Science (ICESS 2013), Newark, DE: Information Engineering Research Institute.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2013). Cultural diversity in music learning: Developing identity as a music teacher and learner. Pacific-Asian Education, 25(2), 41-50.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2013). Enhancing Music Students' Learning and Pedagogic Understandings through Cultural Exchange. In Claus Nygaard, Nigel Courtney, Paul Bartholomew (Eds.), Quality Enhancement of University Teaching and Learning, (pp. 69-86). Faringdon, UK: Libri Publishing.
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D., Hitchcock, M. (2013). ePortfolios in music and creative arts education: Innovating to inspire learning. XIX National Australian Society for Music Education Conference (ASME 2013), Parkville, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education.
  • Brooks, W., Rowley, J. (2013). Music students' perspectives on learning with technology. XIX National Australian Society for Music Education Conference (ASME 2013), Parkville, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education.
  • Rowley, J., Bennett, D. (2013). Technology, identity and the creative artist. 30th Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference: Electric Dreams (ASCILITE 2013), Sydney: Macquarie University.
  • Blom, D., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Hitchcock, M., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2013). Two-way impact: institutional e-learning policy/educator practices in creative arts through ePortfolio creation. 12th European Conference on e-Learning (ECEL 2013), Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited.

2012

  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Bell, M., Taylor, J. (2012). A music teacher's development - documenting the journey for accreditation. PebbleBash 2012, Telford: Pebble Learning Ltd.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2012). Curriculum mapping and ePortfolios: embedding a new technology in music teacher preparation. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2012 (1), 22-31.
  • Rowley, J. (2012). Final year music students' identities: Music student or music teacher? Victorian Journal of Music Education, 2012 (1), 22-33.
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Bell, M., Taylor, J. (2012). Music Education and ePortfolios: New Thinking for the Preparation of Music Teachers. 30th ISME World Conference on Music Education, Perth, WA, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J. (2012). Professional development needs of teachers to identify and cater for gifted students. Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, 21(2), 75-80.
  • Taylor, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J. (2012). The e-portfolio continuum: Discovering variables for e-portfolio adoption within music education. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (Online), 28(8), 1362-1381.

2011

  • Milburn, R., Rowley, J., Atkinson, S. (2011). Developing an authentic role play interview for music teachers. Synergy, July 2011(31), 39-45.
  • Rowley, J. (2011). Innovation and Student Learning: ePortfolios for Music Education. In C. Nygaard, N. Courtney and C. Holtham (Eds.), Beyond Transmission: Innovations in University Teaching, (pp. 45-61). Faringdon, Oxfordshire, England: Libri Publishing.
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2011). Uncovering the meaning of ePortfolios: action research, students and music teacher preparation. Australian Society for Music Education XVIII National Conference 2011, Parkville, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education.

2010

  • O'Dea, J., Rowley, J. (2010). A Quantitative Comparison of Change Over 12 months in Pre-Service Music and PE Teachers Experiences and Perceptions of eLearning and a Qualitative Analysis of Perceived Benefits and Enjoyment. 5th International Conference on e-Learning ICEL 2010, Reading, UK: Academic Publishing Limited.
  • Rowley, J., Mitchell, H. (2010). Building social inclusion through cultural diversity and community engagement. CDIME10: Tenth International Conference on Cultural Diversity in Music Education, Sydney: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Dearlove, J., Rowley, J. (2010). Enhancing learning through strategies lecturers use: a snapshot of students' learning at a satellite campus. Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association, 35, 1-23.
  • Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Webb, M., Bell, M. (2010). ePortfolios for music educators: Parameters, problems and possibilities. 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) 2010, Perth, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J. (2010). Expectations of Beginning music Teachers: An Australian Profile. 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) 2010, Perth, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2010). Integrating e-portfolios for music teachers: a creative and pedagogic understanding. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010, Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  • Rowley, J., Mitchell, H. (2010). Making Sound Connections: Broadening access, participation and progress of social inclusion in music education in Australia. 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) 2010, Perth, Australia: International Society of Music Education (ISME).
  • Rowley, J., O'Dea, J. (2010). Perception of how e-learning enhances the university learning experience among teacher education undergraduates. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010, Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  • Rowley, J. (2010). Planning successful school based professional development for teachers of gifted children: a partnership. 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness, Aisa-Pacific Federation of the world Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Sydney, Australia: Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented (AAEGT).
  • Clarke, S., Rowley, J. (2010). The Musical learning journey for academically gifted students. 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness, Aisa-Pacific Federation of the world Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Sydney, Australia: Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented (AAEGT).

2009

  • Rowley, J., Walsh, S. (2009). Building Social Inclusion Through Music. Equal Opportunity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia Conference EOPHEA 2009.
  • Rowley, J., O'Dea, J. (2009). How do students perceive the enhancement of their own learning? A comparison of two Education Faculties' experiences in building an online learning community for Bachelor of Music Education & Bachelor of Education students. Annual Conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association ATEA 2009, Australia: Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA).
  • Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2009). Integrating e-portfolios: Putting the pedagogy in its place. 26th Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference ASCILITE 2009, Auckland: University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, ASCILITE. [More Information]

2008

  • Rowley, J., Tindall-Ford, S. (2008). Professional experience & WebCT at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Synergy, 28, 14-21.
  • Rowley, J. (2008). Reducing anxiety through e-learning support of pre-service music teachers during professional experience. 19th Annual Conference of the Society for Technology and Teacher Education, Chesapeake: Association fo the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  • Rowley, J. (2008). Teaching strategies to facilitate learning for gifted and talented students. Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, 17(2), 36-42.
  • Clarke, S., Rowley, J. (2008). The musical education of academically gifted and talented students. Victorian Journal of Music Education, 2008 (2008), 31-37.

2006

  • Rowley, J. (2006). Effective teaching strategies for gifted and talented students. The XXVIIIth Annual Australian Associatoin for Research in Music Education, Melbourne: Australian Association for Research in Music Education (AARME).
  • Rowley, J. (2006). What is quality teacher education for music education students? International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Singapore: Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning.

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