Publications

Journal Papers

 

Rose, S. E. & Jolley, R. P. (Under Review). Children’s creative intentions: where do the ideas for their drawings come from

Ali, N., Ahmed, L., & Rose, S. (In Press). Identifying predictors of students’ perception of and engagement with assessment feedback. Active Learning in Higher Education

Rose, S. E. & Jolley, R. P. (2016).  Drawing Development in Mainstream and Waldorf Steiner Schools Revisited. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, 10, 447-457.

Ali, N., Rose, S., &. Ahmed, L. (2015). Undergraduate psychology students’ perception of and engagement with feedback across the three years of study. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 40, 4, 574-586.

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P., & Charman, A. (2012).  An investigation of the expressive and representational drawing development in National Curriculum, Steiner and Montessori schools.  Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, 6, 1, 85-93.

Burkitt, E., Jolley, R. & Rose, S. E. (2010). Art educational issues in the attitudes and practices that shape children’s drawing experience at home and at school, International Journal of Design and Art Education 29, 3, 257-270.

Rose, S. E. & Taplin J. T. (2010). An investigation of the expressive and representational drawing development in National Curriculum, Steiner and Montessori schools.  Kindling: The Journal for Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Care and Education, 18, 12-14

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P. & Burkitt, E. (2006). A review of children’s, teachers’ and parents’ influences on children’s drawing experience. International Journal of Art and Design Education, 25, 341-349.

Book chapter:

Jolley, R. P. & Rose, S. E. (2008). The Relationship between Production and Comprehension of Representational Drawing. In Millbraith C. & Trautner, H. M. (Eds). Children’s Understanding and Production of Pictures, Drawings and Art: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches. Hogrefe & Huber Publisher.

Other publications:

Ali, N., Ahmed, L., & Rose, S. (2012). Undergraduate psychology students’ perception of and engagement with feedback across the three years of study. In Z.M. Charlesworth, E. Cools & C. Evans (Eds.), Individual Differences. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Education, Learning, Styles & Individual differences Network (ELSIN) (pp. 19-28). Cardiff, Wales: University of Glamorgan.

Hulme, J., Hall, M., Lee,  H., Rose, S., Campbell, J., Forshaw, M., Krahenbuhl, S. & Jolley,R. (2011). An evaluation of the Staffordshire walking bus scheme. Staffordshire County Council research report.

Buckley, E.J. Rose, S.E. Ayers, B.A. Hunt, T.E. & White, D.G. (2007). Adjust the Balance: Literature Review into Work Life Balance Research. Learning and Skills Council research report.

Conference Presentations

Rose, S. E. (2016, September). The immediate impact of television on young children’s divergent thinking. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Belfast.

Rose, S. E. & Hoika, E. (2016, September). Assessing divergent thinking in pre-schoolers and toddlers. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Belfast.

Rose, S. E. & Aldridge, G. (2016, September). How accurately do young children recognise dog’s emotions? Poster presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Belfast

Rose, S. E. & Hoika, E. (2016, September). Assessing divergent thinking in pre-schoolers and toddlers. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (West Midlands Branch), Birmingham.

Rose, S. E. & Aldridge, G. (2016, September). How accurately do young children recognise dog’s emotions? Poster presented at the British Psychological Society (West Midlands Branch), Birmingham.

Rose, S. E. & Jolley, R. P. (2015, September). Children’s Creative Intentions: Where do their ideas for their drawing come from? Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Manchester.

Rose, S.E. (2015, September). Improving Student’s Perceptions of Engagement with Feedback from College to University. Invited talk at Feedback to the Future, Keele University UK.

Rose, S. E. & Jolley, R. P. (2014, September). Drawing development in mainstream and Steiner schools. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Amsterdam.

Lamont, A., Rose, S. E. (presenter) & Reyland, N. (2014, September). The effects of pace in television programmes on young children’s viewing behaviour. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Amsterdam.

Rose, S. E., Ali, N. & Ahmed, L. (2012, June). Students’ perceptions and use of feedback across the three years of their undergraduate psychology degree. Paper presented at Keele Teaching Symposium,  Keele University, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P. & Galbraith, D. (2011, October). Arts as central to the curriculum: pupils’ and teacher’s experiences of Steiner education. Paper presented at the International iJADE Conference, Chester University, Chester.

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P. & Galbraith, D. (2011, September). Drawing development in National Curriculum and Steiner schools. Poster presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P., & Irwin, A. (2010, April).  An investigation of the expressive and representational drawing development in national curriculum, Steiner and Montessori Schools.  Paper presented in the symposium, “Children’s Engagement in the Arts and its Educational Context” at the Annual Meeting of the British Psychological Society conference, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P. & Irwin, A. (2007, November). The development of children’s representational and expressive drawing in Steiner, Montessori and National Curriculum schools. In R. P. Jolley (Chair), Understanding and evaluating children’s art and artistic experience from different educational perspectives and methodologies. Symposium conducted at the British Psychological Society (Psychology of Education Section), Stoke-on-Trent.

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P. & Irwin, A. (2007, August). An investigation of the expressive and realistic drawing development in National Curriculum, Steiner and Montessori schools. Presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Plymouth.

Jolley, R.P., Rose, S.E., & Burkitt, E. (2007, August). A Survey of children, teachers and parents on children’s developing drawing attitudes and experience at home and school. Presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Plymouth.

Jolley, R.P., Burkitt, E. & Rose, S. E. (presenter) (2006, September). A Survey of children, teachers and parents on children’s drawing experience at home and at school. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), London.

Jolley, R.P., Burkitt, E. & Rose, S. E. (presenter)  (2006, June). A Survey of children, teachers and parents on children’s drawing experience at home and at school. Paper presented at the 36th annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Baltimore, USA.

 

Invited Research Talks:

Rose, S. E. (2012). Children’s drawings: The influence of education. Psychology Research Seminars at Derby University, Derby (22nd February, 2012)

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P. & Burkitt, E. (2007). Children’s Experience of Drawing: the attitudes and practices of teachers, parents and children. Child & Youth Studies Research Group Seminar Series at the Open University, Milton Keynes (31st January, 2007).

Rose, S.E., Jolley, R.P. & Burkitt, E. (2006). Children’s Experiences of Drawing: the attitudes and practices of teachers, parents and children. Postgraduate Research Seminar at Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent (5th December, 2006).

Lecturer in Psychology at Staffordshire University