Items where Author is "Ballantyne, Julie"

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'This is our campus!' - student perspectives of their 1st year experience at a new university campus

Todd, Nick and Ballantyne, Julie (2007) 'This is our campus!' - student perspectives of their 1st year experience at a new university campus. In: 10th Pacific Rim First Year in Higer Education Conference: Regenerate, Engage, Experiment, 4-6 July 2007, Brisbane, Australia.

An analysis of current reform agendas in preservice teacher education in Queensland

Ballantyne, Julie (2004) An analysis of current reform agendas in preservice teacher education in Queensland. In: Performing educational research: theories, methods and practices. Post Pressed, Flaxton, Qld, Australia, pp. 265-276. ISBN 1-876682-61-2

Bridging gaps in music teacher education

Harrison, Scott and Ballantyne, Julie and Barrett, Margaret and Temmerman, Nita and Garvis, Susanne (2007) Bridging gaps in music teacher education. Music Forum, 13 (3). pp. 43-44. ISSN 0885-503X

Building communities of music education practice: peer collaboration in music teacher education

Harrison, Scott and Ballantyne, Julie and Barrett, Margaret and Temmerman, Nita (2007) Building communities of music education practice: peer collaboration in music teacher education. In: 27th Australian Association for Research in Music Education Conference: Music in Australian Tertiary Institutions: Issues for the 21st Century, 29 Jun-1 Jul 2007, Brisbane, Australia.

Documenting praxis shock in early-career Australian music teachers: the impact of pre-service teacher education

Ballantyne, Julie (2007) Documenting praxis shock in early-career Australian music teachers: the impact of pre-service teacher education. International Journal of Music Education: Practice, 25 (3). pp. 181-191.

Effective teacher attributes: perceptions of early-career and pre-service music teachers

Harrison, Scott and Ballantyne, Julie (2005) Effective teacher attributes: perceptions of early-career and pre-service music teachers. In: 33rd Australian Teacher Education Association Conference 2005: Teacher Education: Local and Global, 6-9 July 2005, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia.

Effectiveness of preservice music teacher education programs: perceptions of early-career music teachers

Ballantyne, Julie and Packer, Jan (2004) Effectiveness of preservice music teacher education programs: perceptions of early-career music teachers. Music Education Research, 6 (3). pp. 299-312. ISSN 1461-3808

Identities of music teachers: implications for teacher education

Ballantyne, Julie (2005) Identities of music teachers: implications for teacher education. In: 33rd Australian Teacher Education Association Conference 2005: Teacher Education: Local and Global, 6-9 July 2005, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia.

Integration, contextualisation and continuity: three themes for the development of effective music teacher education programs

Ballantyne, Julie (2007) Integration, contextualisation and continuity: three themes for the development of effective music teacher education programs. International Journal of Music Education, 25 (2). pp. 119-136.

Music teachers Oz online: a new approach to school-university collaboration in teacher education

Ballantyne, Julie and Barrett, Margaret and Temmerman, Nita and Harrison, Scott and Meissner, Ellen (2009) Music teachers Oz online: a new approach to school-university collaboration in teacher education. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 10 (6). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1529-8094

On building a community of practice: reflective narratives of academic learning and growth

Barrett, Margaret S. and Ballantyne, Julie and Harrison, Scott and Temmerman, Nita (2009) On building a community of practice: reflective narratives of academic learning and growth. Reflective Practice, 10 (4). pp. 403-416. ISSN 1462-3943

Reconceptualising preservice teacher education courses for music teachers: the importance of pedagogical content knowledge and skills and professional knowledge and skills

Ballantyne, Julie (2006) Reconceptualising preservice teacher education courses for music teachers: the importance of pedagogical content knowledge and skills and professional knowledge and skills. Research Studies in Music Education, 26. pp. 37-50. ISSN 1321-103X

Research directions: gender, technology and engagement in music

Ballantyne, Julie and Harrison, Scott (2005) Research directions: gender, technology and engagement in music. In: 27th Australian Association of Research in Music Education Conference, 24-27 Sept 2005, Sydney, Australia.

Teachers' views of constructivist theory: a qualitative study illuminating relationships between epistemological understanding and music teaching practice

Cleaver, David and Ballantyne, Julie (2014) Teachers' views of constructivist theory: a qualitative study illuminating relationships between epistemological understanding and music teaching practice. International Journal of Music Education, 32 (2). pp. 228-241. ISSN 0255-7614

The distinctive nature of music education and music teacher education

Ballantyne, Julie (2001) The distinctive nature of music education and music teacher education. In: Designing educational research: theories, methods and practices. Post Pressed, Flaxton, Qld, Australia, pp. 1-12. ISBN 1-876682-27-2

The first year experience: perceptions of students at a new campus

Ballantyne, Julie and Todd, Nick and Olm, Tammie (2007) The first year experience: perceptions of students at a new campus. In: 30th HERDSA Annual Conference: Enhancing Higher Education, Theory and Scholarship (HERDSA 2007), 8-11 Jul 2007, Adelaide, South Australia.

What music teachers want: the emergence of a unified understanding of an ideal teacher education course

Ballantyne, Julie (2006) What music teachers want: the emergence of a unified understanding of an ideal teacher education course. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 31 (1). pp. 1-11. ISSN 0313-5373

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