Dr Geoffrey Lowe
Contact Information Telephone: (61 8) 9370 6939, Email: email@example.com, Campus: Mount Lawley, Room: ML16.144
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- Doctor of Philosophy, Edith Cowan University, 2009 .
- Master of Music Education, The University of Western Australia, 2001 .
- Bachelor of Music, The University of Melbourne, 1982 .
Recent Research Grants
- The Motivation of Year 8 Students To Continue Learning a Musical Instrument: Why Are They Dropping Out?, Edith Cowan University, ECU Early Career Researcher - Grant, 2009 - 2010, $24,668.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
- Lowe, G., Prout, P., Murcia, K., (2013), I See, I Think, I Wonder: An Evaluation of Journaling as a Critical Reflective Tool for Aiding Teachers in Challenging or Confronting Contexts. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(6), 1 - 16, Australia.
- Lowe, G., (2013), Brass bands, cave men and community wellness:using evolutionary biology as a framework for understanding the motivation of community music groups. E-journal of Studies in Music education, 9(2), 65 - 77, Canturbury, New Zealand.
- Lowe, G., (2012), Brass bands, cave men and community wellness: using evolutionary biology as a framework for understanding the motivation of community music groups. e-journal of Studies in Music Education, 9(2), 64-77, Canturbury, New Zealand.
- Lowe, G., Belcher, S., (2012), Direct instruction and music literacy: one approach to augmenting the diminishing?. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2012(1), 3 - 13, Parkville, Victoria.
- Lowe, G., (2012), Lessons for teachers: What lower secondary school students tell us about learning a musical instrument. International Journal of Music Education, 30(3), 227-243, Croydon, UK, DOI: 10.1177/0255761411433717.
- Lowe, G., (2011), Class music learning activities: Do students find them important, interesting and useful?. Research Studies in Music Education, 33(2), 143 - 159, London, DOI: 10.1177/1321103X11422768.
- Lowe, G., (2010), In their voice: Lower secondary school students' beliefs about playing musical instruments, and the impact of the instrument lesson upon those beliefs. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2010(2), 41-51, Melbourne.
- Lowe, G., Lummis, G., (2013), ACARA and the generalist push: What does it mean for music education from a teacher-training perspective. Redefining the musical landscape: inspired learning and innovation in music education, 125 - 131, Parkville.
- Lowe, G., (2011), Students voting with their feet: The values students attach to class music learning activities in lower secondary school. Magnetic Resonance & Research Conversations: Proceedings of the 2010 XXXVII and 2011 XXXIII Annual Conferences, 41 - 49, James Cook University.
- Lowe, G., (2011), Retention in instrumental programs in lower secondary school: the student perspective. Magnetic Resonance & Research Conversations: Proceedings of the 2010 XXXVII and 2011 XXXIII Annual Conferences, 31 - 40, James Cook University.
- Lowe, G., (2008), Extending expectancies for class music; A new perspective within achievement motivation. Proceedings of the XXXth Annual Conference: Innovation and Tradition; Music Education Research, 194-201, Melbourne, Victoria.
- Lowe, G., (2008), This task is really boring:Examining the impact of class music learning activities upon Year 8 music student values. Proceedings of the XXXth Annual Conference: Innovation and Tradition; Music Education Research, 185-194, Melbourne.
Research Student Supervision
- Master of Education, The Development Of A 15 Minute Direct Instruction Program For Year 7 Students For The Victorian Music Classroom And An Evaluation Of Its Effectiveness In Advancing Students' Music Literacy.
- Master of Education, Principles For Designing An Effective, Post-compulsory Music Curriculum Suitable For Western Australia..
- Doctor of Philosophy, An Interdisciplinary Intervention: The Potential Of The Orff-schulwerk Approach As A Pedagogical Tool For The Effective Teaching Of Italian To Upper Primary Students In Western Australia..