Posted on June 14, 2017
Rosemary is a committed and experienced educator. Currently, she is a lecturer at Monash University in the Faculty of Education, where she has brought a range of skills to the pre-service teacher education programs at Peninsula Campus over the past 14 years. Whilst she herself was a secondary school teacher, Rosemary has lectured across Early Childhood and Primary Education along with contributions to the BSOR course in the area of Physical Education, Health and Wellbeing. She has held a number of course leadership positions within the Faculty of Education at Monash University and has strongly supported the development of the international Fieldwork Placement program in the Cook Islands. Rosemary regularly lectures at Monash University’s Singapore base where she has introduced wellbeing and environmental sustainability units as well as innovations in the creative arts. Her qualitative research and publication is in the field of early childhood creativity through music, movement and dance, and she is currently completing a PhD. Rosemary has a strong commitment to experiential learning, education for sustainability and arts-based education.
Rosemary joined the Tintern community in 2010 when her daughter started in the Junior School. Since that time Rosemary has been actively involved in the school as a Parent Rep, parent volunteer and a member of various committees.