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Ligia Pelosi

DipTeach (Primary), BEd, GradDip Educational Studies (Music), MEd (The Arts), PhD Candidate

Lecturer, Creativity and the Arts

Ligia Pelosi has worked in primary schools as a classroom and LOTE teacher, but most extensively as a music specialist. She is a passionate advocate for the need to embed literacy learning within a creative arts framework in order to create a meaningful and authentic language experience for students.

Ligia's interests in education centre on literacy, creativity and narrative research methodologies. She is keen to explore creativity not only within the arts realm, but as a necessary catalyst for the ideas, skills and thinking processes needed to negotiate the rapidly-changing technological, economic and environmental factors of the 21st Century and beyond.

Publications

Pelosi, L. (2015), Reaching for the arts in unexpected places: Public pedagogy in the gardens, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, Vol. 55, No. 3, pp. 405-421.

Pelosi, L. (2015), The participant as evolving protagonist, Qualitative Research Journal, Vol. 15, No.2, pp.112 – 120.

Pelosi, L. (2013), ‘Hello old friend: rediscovering oneself through a bricolage of narrative methodologies’, in Vicars, M & McKenna, T (eds.) Discourse, power and resistance down under, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 121-130.

Pelosi, L. (2012) 'The child, the heart, the arts – The literacy game: high stakes and risk avoidance', Creative Approaches to Research, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 101-113.

Teaching responsibilities

From the Bachelor of Education:

Coordination

Bachelor of Education: 

  • Year Level Adviser, Footscray Park Campus (Year 4). 

Unit adviser:

Professional membership

Areas of expertise

  • Creativity
  • Literacy
  • The Arts – Music Education

Contact details

+61 3 9919 4582