Robyn Staveley has taught music and movement education in schools and for professional education organisations in Australia and throughout Asia. She has presented at many conferences and teacher training courses and has published and presented papers in the are of music education. Her main areas of interest are embodied cognition, neuroscience and the implications of these for music and movement education.
Robyn is a past president of the NSW Orff Schulwerk Association Inc, is currently the teacher training coordinator and is on the Australian National Council of Orff Schulwerk.
Music and Dance Education
Learning and Educational Psychology
Ljungdahl, L, Maher, D, Buchanan, JD, Currie, JL & Staveley, RM 2012, 'Swimming for new horizons: targeting retention and success for future teachers.', New Horizons. 15th International First Year in Higher Education (FYHE) Conference., The International First Year in Higher Education Conference. New Horizons. 15th International FYHE Conference 2012., First Year in Higher Education., Brisbane, pp. 91-91.
Strategies to maximise success and retention of first year pre-service teachers.