Dr Jan Kane works in teacher education at ACU (National) focused on the professional development of pre-service and graduate teachers. Research interests include music education and teaching self-efficacy.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Music Teaching, What are we Afraid of? A Discussion of Factors Affecting Music Teaching Efficacy in Pre-service Teacher Education in NSW, Australia

Discusses new approaches to professional development in music education to overcome anxiety and improve self-efficacy.

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The Voices Behind the Music: Discourse and Enlightenment

This paper will focus on powerful social meanings that become evident when reflective discourse is combined with empirical research. It will highlight the social consequences and effects of music education.

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Music Education: A Threatened Species in the Humanities

This paper will discuss the results of a longitudinal study into Music Teaching Self-Efficacy in pre-service teachers and future directions for this area of teaching and learning in the Humanities.

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Interplay: Societal Influences on Musical Perceptions

This paper will focus on the social connections and consequences revealed through focused discourse related to a longitudinal study of Music Teaching Self-Efficacy in pre-service teachers.

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