Research Output per year
Rosemary Bennett is a lecturer at Monash University where she teaches in undergraduate and postgraduate programs in teacher education. Her current research is in the field of early childhood creativity, movement and dance. She is also involved in senior secondary assessment and curriculum development at state and national level. Rosemary has also taken her innovative teaching methods to Singapore and the Cook Islands for the Faculty of Education at Monash University.
Monash teaching commitment
- Dance education and the creative/performing arts
- Qualitative research (narrative inquiry and phenomenological methods)
- Cultural historical theory
- Contemporary pedagogies in early childhood and primary education
Belonging, being and becoming in the arts through A/R/Tography: (Re)imagining early childhood teacher educationBurke, G., Peterken, C., Hall, C. A. & Bennett, R. G., 2014, In : Australian Art Education. 36, 2, p. 22 - 39 18 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review