Melissa Cain


NameMelissa Cain
Job titleLecturer, Education
Research instituteSchool of Education
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

Musical diversity in the classroom: Ingenuity and integrity in sound exploration
Cain, Melissa and Walden, Jennifer. (2019) Musical diversity in the classroom: Ingenuity and integrity in sound exploration. British Journal of Music Education. 36(1), pp. 5 - 19. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0265051718000116

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Sharing stories and building resilience: Student preferences and processes of post-practicum interventions
Cain, Melissa, Le, Anh Hai and Billett, Stephen. (2019) Sharing stories and building resilience: Student preferences and processes of post-practicum interventions. In In S. Billett, J. Newton and G. Rogers and C. Noble (Ed.). Augmenting health and social care students’ clinical learning experiences pp. 27 - 53 Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-05560-8_2

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Participatory music-making and well-being within immigrant cultural practice: Exploratory case studies in South East Queensland, Australia
Cain, Melissa, Istvandity, Lauren and Lakhani, Ali. (2019) Participatory music-making and well-being within immigrant cultural practice: Exploratory case studies in South East Queensland, Australia. Leisure Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/02614367.2019.1581248

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The community band experience in Singapore through two lenses: The local and the expatriate
Tan, Leonard and Cain, Melissa. (2018) The community band experience in Singapore through two lenses: The local and the expatriate. In In B.-L. Bartleet, M. Cain and D. Tolmie, A. Power and M. Shiobara (Ed.). Community music in Oceania: Many voices, one horizon pp. 221 - 241 University of Hawai'i Press.

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Augmenting higher education students’ work experiences: preferred purposes and processes
Billett, Stephen, Cain, Melissa and Le, Anh H.. (2018) Augmenting higher education students’ work experiences: preferred purposes and processes. Studies in Higher Education. 43(7), pp. 1279 - 1294. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2016.1250073

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Art as transformative education: Starting the conversation
Cain, Melissa. (2018) Art as transformative education: Starting the conversation. Australian Art Education. 39(3), pp. 468 - 491.

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Playing in the corridors of academia
Nislev, Eva and Cain, Melissa. (2018) Playing in the corridors of academia. In In A. Black and S. Garvis (Ed.). Lived experiences of women in academia: Metaphors, manifestos and memoir pp. 98 - 108 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315147444

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Community music in the Asia Pacific: An introduction
Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh, Cain, Melissa, Tolmie, Diana, Power, Anne and Shiobara, Mari. (2018) Community music in the Asia Pacific: An introduction. In In B.-L. Bartleet, M. Cain and D. Tolmie, A. Power and M. Shiobara (Ed.). Community music in Oceania: Many voices, one horizon pp. 1 - 9 University of Hawai'i Press.

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“Practical experience is really important”: Perceptions of Chinese International students about the benefits of work integrated learning in their Australian Tourism and hospitality degrees
Sonnenschein, Katrine, Barker, Michelle, Hibbins, Raymond and Cain, Melissa. (2017) “Practical experience is really important”: Perceptions of Chinese International students about the benefits of work integrated learning in their Australian Tourism and hospitality degrees. In In G. Barton and K. Hartwig (Ed.). Professional learning in the work place for international students: Exploring theory and practice pp. 259 - 275 Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60058-1_15

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Work Placement for International Student Programmes (WISP): A model of effective practice
Barton, Georgina, Hartwig, Kay, Bennett, Dawn, Cain, Melissa, Campbell, Marilyn, Ferns, Sonia, Jones, Liz, Joseph, Dawn, Kavanagh, Marie, Kelly, Ann, Larkin, Ingrid, O'Connor, Erin, Podorova, Anna, Tangen, Donna and Westerveld, Marleen. (2017) Work Placement for International Student Programmes (WISP): A model of effective practice. In In G. Barton and K. Hartwig (Ed.). Professional Learning in the Work Place for International Students : Exploring Theory and Practice pp. 13 - 34 SpringerLink. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60058-1_2

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Short and long term outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and at-risk communities in participatory music programs: a systematic review
Cain, Melissa, Lakhani, Ali and Istvandity, Lauren. (2016) Short and long term outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and at-risk communities in participatory music programs: a systematic review. Arts and Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. 8(2), pp. 105 - 124. https://doi.org/10.1080/17533015.2015.1027934

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The role of music participation in positive health and wellbeing outcomes for migrant populations: A systematic review
Henderson, Saras, Cain, Melissa, Istvandity, Lauren and Lakhani, Ali. (2016) The role of music participation in positive health and wellbeing outcomes for migrant populations: A systematic review. Psychology of Music. 45(4), pp. 459 - 478. https://doi.org/10.1177/0305735616665910

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Participants perceptions of fair and valid assessment in tertiary music education
Cain, Melissa. (2015) Participants perceptions of fair and valid assessment in tertiary music education. In In D. Lebler, G. Carey and S. D. Harrison (Ed.). Assessment in music education: From policy to practice pp. 87 - 106 Sprinter. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-10274-0_7

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Musics of 'The Other': Creating musical identities and overcoming cultural boundaries in Australian music education
Cain, Melissa. (2015) Musics of 'The Other': Creating musical identities and overcoming cultural boundaries in Australian music education. British Journal of Music Education. 32(1), pp. 71 - 86. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0265051714000394

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Assessment in music in the Australian context: The AiM Project
Cain, Melissa. (2015) Assessment in music in the Australian context: The AiM Project. In In D. Lebler, G. Carey and S. D. Harrison (Ed.). Assessment in music education: From policy to practice pp. 39 - 54 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-10274-0_4

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International students' experience of practicum in teacher education: an exploration through internationalisation and professional socialisation
Barton, Georgina, Hartwig, Kay and Cain, Melissa. (2015) International students' experience of practicum in teacher education: an exploration through internationalisation and professional socialisation. Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 40(8), pp. 149 - 163. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2015v40n8.9

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Celebrating musical diversity: Training culturally responsive music educators in multiracial Singapore
Cain, Melissa. (2015) Celebrating musical diversity: Training culturally responsive music educators in multiracial Singapore. International Journal of Music Education. 33(4), pp. 463 - 475. https://doi.org/10.1177/0255761415584295

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Assessment in music: Consensus moderation of claims for learning outcomes in music courses
Lebler, Don, Harrison, Scott, Carey, Gemma and Cain, Melissa. (2013) Assessment in music: Consensus moderation of claims for learning outcomes in music courses. The CALTN Papers : The Refereed Proceedings of the Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network Symposium 2013. Hobart, Australia: Tasmanian College of the Arts. pp. 91 - 114

Conference item

Initiate, create, activate: Practical solutions for making culturally diverse music education a reality
Cain, Melissa, Lindblom, Shari and Walden, Jennifer. (2013) Initiate, create, activate: Practical solutions for making culturally diverse music education a reality. Australian Journal of Music Education.

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A tale of three cities: Dreams and realities of cultural diversity in music education
Schippers, Huib and Cain, Melissa. (2010) A tale of three cities: Dreams and realities of cultural diversity in music education. In In J. Ballantyne and B. L. Bartleet (Ed.). Navigating music and sound education pp. 161 - 174 Cambridge Scholars Press.

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Singapore international schools: Best practice in culturally diverse music education
Cain, Melissa. (2010) Singapore international schools: Best practice in culturally diverse music education. British Journal of Music Education. 27(2), pp. 111 - 125. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0265051710000033

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Dabbling or deepening - Where to begin? Global music in international school elementary education
Cain, Melissa. (2005) Dabbling or deepening - Where to begin? Global music in international school elementary education. In In P. Shehan Campbell, J. Drummond and P.R. Dunbar-Hall, K. Howard, H. Schippers and T. Wiggins (Ed.). Cultural diversity in music education. Directions and challenges for the 21st century pp. 103 - 112 Australian Academic Press.

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