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Mr John Heyworth

Mr John Heyworth

Lecturer

Contact Information Telephone: +61 8 9370 6839, Email: j.heyworth@ecu.edu.au, Campus: Mount Lawley, Room: ML18.110
Staff Member Details
Telephone: +61 8 9370 6839
Email: j.heyworth@ecu.edu.au
Campus: Mount Lawley  
Room: ML18.110  

 

John is a Lecturer in Primary and Early Childhood Studies for the School of Education in the Faculty of Education and Arts.

Professional Associations

  • 2014 - Fremantle Arts Centre
  • 2010 - Australian and New Zealand association for Research in Music Education
  • Australian Society for Music Education
  • Australian Performing Arts Association

Research Interests

  • Video analysis (CRN Fellowship)
  • The impact of music looping technologies upon pre-service generalist teachers’ self-efficacy to teach music in Primary schools after pre-service training and in school practicum situations. (PhD)
  • Developing Social Skills Through Music: The Impact of General Classroom Music in an Australian Lower Socio- Economic Area Primary School.

Qualifications

  • M (Master Degree), The University of Newcastle, 2010.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Journal Articles

  • Heyworth, J., (2013), Developing Social Skills Through Music: The Impact of General Classroom Music in an Australian Lower Socio-Economic Area Primary School. Childhood Education, 89(4), 234-242, Philadelphia, USA, DOI: 10.1080/00094056.2013.815553.
  • Heyworth, J., (2011), Jumping through 'loops': A reflective study on preparing generalist pre-service teachers to teach music. Issues in Educational Research, 21(1), 42-64, Perth.

Conference Publications

  • Heyworth, J., (2015), Music for life: A self-reflective study on childhood experiences formulating music education perspectives and philosophies. Music Educating for Life: ASME XXth National Conference Proceedings, 50-55, Parkville, Victoria.
  • Wren, J., Campbell, A., Heyworth, J., Lovering, C., (2011), Improving assessment outcomes through the application of innovative digital technologies. Improving assessment outcomes through the application of innovative digital technologies, 178-188, Curtin University WA.
  • Wren, J., Campbell, A., Heyworth, J., Lovering, C., (2011), Using iPad2 to assess students' live performances and actively engage students with tutor and peer feedback. Create World 2011: Proceedings of the CreateWorld11 Conference, 2011(28-30 Nov 2011), 72-84, Brisbane.

Creative Works

  • Heyworth, J., (2012), The Fun Book of Circus Music. The Fun Book of Circus Music, Australian Society for Music Education Summer School Conference 2012/3.
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