A/PROF NERYL JEANNERET

A/PROF NERYL JEANNERET

Positions

  • Arts partnerships and artists working with young people
  • Music education (pedagogy, composition, assessment)
  • Teacher education in music for primary/secondary specialist and generalist (developing expertise and confidence)

Overview

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  • Neryl Jeanneret is the Associate Dean, Research Training and Head of Music Education in Arts Education in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. She has held leadership positions in peak music education organisations, including President of the Australian Society for Music Education and Chair of the International Society for Music Education's Policy Commission. 

    She has a background in curriculum design for music classrooms, having served as an adviser to the NSW Department of Education and Board of Studies NSW for many years. Neryl has been the Chief Examiner of Music for the NSW HSC and Chief Assessor for the Style and Composition task for the VCE. Her teaching experience includes music and the arts for early childhood, primary, and secondary pre-service teachers, as well as educational psychology, assessment, sociology, and the psychology of music in undergraduate and postgraduate education programs. 

    She has lectured to pre-service teachers in Australia, Canada, and the USA, and has presented in both national and international forums. Her publications include national and international book chapters and journal articles, and materials for the Australian Music Centre, Musica Viva, Opera Australia, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.   

Affiliation

Member of

  • Journal of Artistic and Creative Education. Editorial Board 2011 -
  • International Journal for Arts Education. Advisory Board 2009 -
  • Music Course Advisory Committee, Box Hill TAFE. Member 2005 -
  • National Panel for the APRA-Australian Music Centre Classical Music Awards. Member 2004 -
  • Music Education Research and Innovation. Editorial Board 2001 -
  • Australian Journal of Music Education. Editorial Board 1997 -
  • Australian Music Centre. Member 1984 -
  • School Music Action Group. Member 2008 - 2014
  • Victorian Chapter of the Australian Society for Music Education. Council Member 2005 - 2011
  • Musica Viva Education Advisory Group. Invited Member 2009 - 2010
  • International Society for Music Education?s Commission for Music in Cultural, Educational and Mass Media Policies. Commissioner 2004 - 2010
  • International Society for Music Education?s Commission for Music in Cultural, Educational and Mass Media Policies. Chair 2006 - 2008
  • Australian International Conservatorium of Music, Sydney. Advisory Board 2001 - 2008
  • Australian Society for Music Education. Immediate Past President 2005 - 2007
  • Steering Committee for National Review of School Music Education. Member 2004 - 2006
  • Australian Society for Music Education. National President 2003 - 2005
  • Newcastle Institute for Educational Research. President 2002 - 2004

Publications

Selected publications

Research

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Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of Sydney 1996
  • MEd, University of Sydney 1990
  • Dip Ed, Sydney College of Advanced Education 1978
  • BA, University of Sydney 1977

Awards and honors

  • For work with ArtPlay, Signal and the City of Melbourne, MGSE Engagement Award, 2013
  • Fellow of the Australian Society for Music Education, 2011
  • Best Resource for Drama and/or Theatre Education for 2009', Drama Victoria, 2009
  • Melbourne Education Teaching Excellence Award (Curriculum & Assessment Team), Faculty of Education, 2006
  • Melbourne Education Teaching Excellence Award (Music, Arts Education Team), Faculty of Education, 2005
  • Newcastle Conference Ambassador Programme Award, The University of Newcastle & Newcastle City Council, 2004
  • University of Arizona Graduate Fellowship, 1990

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Supervision

Available for supervision

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Supervision Statement

  • Neryl is available to supervise theses students. Her areas of research supervision relate to the arts and music education. The major methodologies are qualitative, and basic quantitative.