Music is for life so I focus on ensuring music education is at the forefront of education at all levels
Dr Kay Hartwig is a Senior Lecturer in music and music education at Griffith University. She has had experience in teaching music from preschool through to year 12 students in the school sector, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate in the tertiary section. Kay is currently the Coordinator of Internationalisation within the school of Education and Professional Studies where she is responsible for the development and implementation of school-wide strategies and processes in the area of internationalisation.
In 2015 Kay presented at both the Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education Conference (September) and the Australian Society for Music Education (October). Other presentation highlights include:
Kay has strong industry experience relating to her fields of expertise and research. She is currently the co leader with Dr Georgina Barton of an Office of Learning and Teaching grant worth over $220,000 which is investigating work placements for international students. Kay is a past National President of Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) and is also the secretary of Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education (ANZARME).
Kay’s research expertise includes music teaching and learning; action research in the music classroom, cultural diversity in music, choral programs especially in the church domain, vocal health for music teachers and internationalisation. Kay has had numerous publications for her work including:
Choir in the Age of "The Voice"
Year: 2015 Publisher: Australian Society for Music Education
International Student's experience of practicum in teacher education
Year: 2014 Publisher: Higher Education Journal
Where is Music? A philosophical approach inspired by Steve Dillon
Year: 2012 Publisher: Australian Society for Music Education
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