Teaching

Teaching experience

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Under/postgraduate Teaching, Department of Music, University of Sheffield, UK (Oct’05-Nov’08);

Graduate Teaching Assistant – seminar leader for undergraduate students (academic years 2005/2006, 2006/2007) – seminars on critical thinking, study skills, communication and presentation skills, including students designing and carrying out small individual music psychology research project.

Guest lecturer – Lecture on music listening and wellbeing for students in Ethnomusicology (2007 and 2009), research technique workshop on poster design for MA-students in Music Psychology (2007, 2008, and 2009).

Dissertation supervisor – supervisor for three third-year students’ dissertations Feb-May 2006.

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Language Teaching, Nottingham, UK (Jul’05-Present); Self-employed Swedish Language Coach – Teaching Swedish to adult students one to one in person or via internet/phone.

Powergen, Nottingham, UK (Oct’03-Sep’04); Final Accounts Analyst Analysing debt accounts and responsible for training and education of new starters in the team.

The Temple, Auckland, New Zealand (Jun’03); Giving a workshop in music psychology for The Temple Musicians’ Career Development Programme

Sonic Interactive Institute, Piteå, Sweden (Jan’03-Jun’03); Research assistant in BioFeedback music-project – Evaluation of music psychology research, education of staff in music psychology theories and responsible for network contacts in the music psychology area in Sweden.

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Other experiences

International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology 2008, Graaz, Austria; Peer Reviewer for abstract submission

Music Museum, Stockholm, Sweden (Jan’04- Mar’06); Academic Expert Advisor – Development of an exhibition on gender and music. Presented a part of the exhibition 12 Mar’06 at the museum.

Survey study, University of Sheffield, UK (Nov’05-Feb’06); Research Assistant - “An exploratory study of music-listening practices in workplace settings”, PI: Dr Nicola Dibben, funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council.

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