Leah Coutts
Leah Coutts
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Enhancing learning and teaching in the tertiary music studio through reflection and collaboration
G Carey, L Coutts, C Grant, S Harrison, R Dwyer
Music Education Research 20 (4), 399-411, 2018
102018
Empowering students to take ownership of their learning: Lessons from one piano teacher’s experiences with transformative pedagogy
L Coutts
International Journal of Music Education 37 (3), 493-507, 2019
92019
Selecting motivating repertoire for adult piano students: A transformative pedagogical approach
L Coutts
British Journal of Music Education 35 (3), 285-299, 2018
92018
Preparing students for effective and autonomous learning through a transformative critical response process
G Carey, L Coutts
The Musician’s Career Lifespan: Proceedings of the 22nd International …, 2019
72019
Exploring partnerships: A students as partners pedagogical approach for fostering student engagement within an academic music course
L Coutts
THE MUSICIAN’S CAREER LIFESPAN, 121, 2019
62019
Developing a shared understanding of optimal learning and teaching in the tertiary music studio
G Carey, L Coutts, C Grant, S Harrison, R Dwyer
Music Education Research 20 (4), 399-411, 2018
42018
Engaging adult piano students through transformative pedagogical approaches
L Coutts
Unpublished doctoral thesis). Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, 2016
32016
“I Should be Able to Play Already!” Promoting Self-Direction in Adult Piano Students through Transformational Learning Strategies
L Coutts
22015
Fostering transformative professionalism through curriculum changes within a Bachelor of Music
G Carey, L Coutts
Expanding Professionalism in Music and Higher Music Education, 42-58, 2021
12021
Embracing a learner identity: An Autoethnographic duet exploring disruptive critical incidents in instrumental music pedagogy
G López-Íńiguez, L Coutts
Proceedings of the 23rd International Seminar of the ISME Commission on the …, 2020
12020
“WHY CAN’TI JUST PLAY ALREADY?” ADDRESSING ADULT FRUSTRATIONS AT THE PIANO THROUGH MINDSETS AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING STRATEGIES
L Coutts
1
Increasing motivation and ownership of learning through Students as Partners: The importance of transparency and belonging
L Coutts
ISME Commission on the Education of the Professional Musician (CEPROM), 185, 2020
2020
An Investigation of Whether Knowledge of Individual Learning Styles Can Facilitate Teachers in Achieving the Objectives of a Student-centred Pedagogical Approach
L Coutts
2009
Fixed Mindset Growth Mindset
L Coutts
Transformative one-to-one teaching and learning in tertiary music institutions
G Carey, J Brennan, K Burwell, H Gaunt, C Grant, S Harrison, L Viney, ...
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