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Publications & Presentations

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Peer reviewed publications:

• RITCHIE, L. (2006). Foundation Degree in IVT, European String Teachers Association Quarterly, January, 2006.
• RITCHIE, L. & Williamon, A. (2007). Measuring self-efficacy in music, In A. Williamon & D. Coimbra (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2007 (pp. 307-312), European Association of Conservatoires (AEC).
• RITCHIE, L. & Williamon, A. (2008). Self-efficacy as a Predictor of Performance Quality, In K.S. Bordens (Ed.), Proceedings of the 20th Biennial Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics, (pp. 125-127), Indiana University-Purdue Uni- versity, Fort Wayne.
• RITCHIE, L. & Williamon, A. (2011). Measuring distinct types of musical self-efficacy, Psychology of Music, 38, 328-344.
• RITCHIE, L. & Williamon, A. (2011). Self-efficacy for musical learning in primary school children, Journal of Research in Music Education, 59, 146-161.
• RITCHIE, L. (2011). Musical self-efficacy for learning and performing, PhD Thesis, Royal College of Music, London.
• RITCHIE, L. & Williamon, A. (2012) Self-efficacy as a predictor of Musical Performance Quality. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and Arts. DOI: 10.1037/a0029619
• Williamon, A., Perkins, R., RITCHIE, L., & Thompson, S. (2012). Premiers Pas en Musique: Étude de l’engagement des enfants vis-à-vis de la musique [Musical Beginnings: A study of children’s engagement with music], in Actes du colloque «Musique et Sciences de l’esprit» [Music and the Sciences of the Mind]. Brussels: Académie royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique [Royal Academies for Science and the Arts of Belgium].
• RITCHIE, L. (2012) Music, research and self-efficacy in higher education In. A. Miller, J. Sharp, and J. Strong (Eds.) What is research led teaching? Multi disciplinary perspectives. (pp.39-45) GuildHE/CREST collaborative publication. http://www.ukcge.ac.uk/pdf/CREST_What_is_research-led_teaching_web.pdf
• RITCHIE, L. & Williamon, A. (2013) Measuring musical self-regulation: Linking processes, skills, and beliefs. Journal of Education and Training Studies, 1, 106-117. DOI:10.11114/jets.v1i1.81 URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.11114/jets.v1i1.81
• RITCHIE, L. & Kearney, P. (2013). Transfer of practice strategies: From primary to secondary instruments, In A. Williamon & W. Goebl (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2013 (pp. 111-116), European Association of Conservatoires (AEC).
• RITCHIE, L. (2013) The student professional, In T. Bilham (Ed.) For the love of learning. Macmillan: London.
• Bond E., Agnew, S., RITCHIE, L., Palmer-Conn, S., Garbett, C. (2015). Creative Assessments: four effective approaches, In P. Kneale (Ed.) Perspectives on Masters Level Teaching, Learning and Student Experience. Palgrave Macmillan: London.
• RITCHIE, L. (2015) Creating a curriculum: Embracing open learning in music. Innovative pedagogies report. Higher Education Academy: York. https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/sites/default/files/laura_ritchie_final.pdf
• RITCHIE, L. (Oct 2015). Fostering Self-Efficacy in Higher Education Students, Palgrave Macmillan:  London.
• RITCHIE, L. (2016). Case study: A meeting with the Pro Vice-Chancellor. In: J. Corneli, C. J. Danoff, C. Pierce, P. Ricuarte, and L. Snow MacDonald, (Eds.) The Peeragogy Handbook. 3rd ed. Chicago, IL./Somerville, MA.: PubDomEd/Pierce Press, 2016. Downloaded from http://peeragogy.org.

Presentations/Workshops:

• “Self-regulated Learning in Music”, Second Conference in Learning and Teaching in Music, Rochester, Michigan, USA, 11-13 October, 2007
• “Measuring Self-efficacy in Music”, International Symposium in Performance Science, Porto, Portugal, 22-23 November 2007
• “Self-efficacy as a Predictor of Performance Quality”, Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics, Chicago, USA, 19-22 August, 2008
• “Self-efficacy: from belief to the stage”, University of Illinois, USA, 25 August, 2008
• “Differentiating and measuring self-efficacy for musical learning and performing”, SysMus08, University of Graz, Austria, 14-15 November, 2008
• “Self-efficacy in music: Belief and predictor of quality”, Music, Health and Happiness, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, 6-8 November, 2008
• “Self-efficacy as a predictor of performance”, Contemporary Arts Research presentation, University of Chichester, 8 October, 2008
• “Self-efficacy in Music”, Conservatoires UK Conference, Trinity College of Music, London, 7 July, 2009
• “The physical and mental well-being of the pupil”, West Sussex Music Support Service staff development day, Mid-Sussex Area Professional Centre, Horsham, 5 January, 2009
• “Self-efficacy beliefs for learning and performing in music and sport”, paper presented at the 40th Annual SEMPRE Conference, London, 15 September, 2012
• “Learning to learn”, Council for the Association of National Teaching Fellows Annual Symposium, 30 April, 2013
• “Transfer of practice strategies: From primary to secondary instrument”, International Symposium on Performance Science, Vienna, Austria, 28-31 August, 2013
• “NTF Roadshow” presented with Kirsten Hardie at Cardiff Metropolitan University, October, 2013
• “Becoming through music” at the HEA funded workshop “Something’s Happening”, Bournemouth Arts University, 19 December, 2013
• “Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching” Institute of Advanced Learning and Teaching, University of Warwick, 20 May, 2014
• “Experiential Learning: Speaking through Sound”, 10th Annual Conference of the Higher Education Academy, 2-3 July, 2014
• “Teachers as Leaders: Fostering mastery experiences”, KEYNOTE at HEA Project workshop: When student confidence clicks: Academic Self-efficacy and Learning in Higher Education, University of East Anglia, 3 September, 2014
• “Experiential Learning: Speaking through Sound”, development workshop at University of East Anglia, 4 September, 2014
• “Association of National Teaching Fellows Roadshow”, development workshop at University of the West of England, 24 September, 2014
• “Student recording + video for performance”, invited speaker and academic panel member at Innovation with video: Improving teaching and learning through technology Panopto Conference 2014, Senate House, London, 21 October, 2014
• “Phonar and the Cello”, cross-discipline workshop at University of Coventry, 3 December, 2014
• “Instrumental Disruption”, workshop at the Disruptive Media and Learning Lab Expo, University of Coventry, 12 March, 2015
• “Association of National Teaching Fellows Roadshow”, Pecha Kucha, 10th Symposium of the Association of National Teaching Fellows, 30 March, 2015
• “#MUS654 Creating a Curriculum”, OER15 (Open Educational Resources 2015) Conference, Cardiff, 15 April, 2015
•”SoTL and the New and Improved-Different and Distinct Learning and Teaching”, EuroSoTL Conference, Cork, Ireland, 8 June, 2015
•”The Musiquality Project”, RAISE (Researching, Advancing, and Inspiring Student Engagement) Conference, Nottingham, 11 September, 2015
•“A portfolio for today’s performer”, (paper) PedRIO Masters Conference: Masters level teaching, Learning and Assessment conference: Issues for the 21st Century, Plymouth University, 8 January, 2016
•“Embracing Open Learning”, Higher Education Academy workshop, University of Chichester, Chichester, 20 January, 2016 https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/events-conferences/event/embracing-open-learning