WHAT’S NEW

New blog

Perth Waste Collaboratory Check out our research project that used creative arts, pedagogical documentation and the arts to keep waste in sight and in mind in early childhood centres.

New publication

Extinction, education and the curious practice of visiting thrombolites ( click for Open Access) Brad Gobby, Jane Merewether, Annette Nykiel As the rate of species extinction accelerates, we cannot but confront the reality and future before us. In response, we wrote this paper to add to the ways educators might think about (and enact) the […]

New research blog

Karen Nociti has begun to blog about her Master of Education by Research project! Follow along at:

Event

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Is it enough?

New publication

Background paper for UNESCO’s Futures of Education initiative: Common Worlds Research Collective. (2020). Learning to become with the world: Education for future survival. UNESCO.

New Book

Pollitt, J. (2020). The dancer in your hands. Australia: UWA Publishing Published as part of the Australian Poetry Series, UWA.

New Article

Blaise, M., Rooney, T., & Pollitt, J. (2019). Weather Wanderings. The Journal of Public Pedagogies, 4, ISN: 99166-170. Guest edited by S. Springgay & S.E. Truman, Critical Walking Methodologies. http://www.publicpedagogies.org/journal/

ECU Lecture Series

Professor Mindy Blaise will discuss how conventional early childhood education methods can be approached differently, to help solve issues around environmental degradation and climate change. Drawing from an ecologically responsive inquiry of children’s relations with water, she will show how encounters with the Black Swan activate new pedagogies that can extend reparative possibilities and alternative […]

Book Chapter

Chapter 10 | 13 pages Listening to and Telling a Rush of Unruly Natureculture Gender Stories Mindy Blaise & Tonya Rooney Drawing from a multispecies walking ethnography of child-weather relations that took place on Ngunnawal Country, Canberra, Australia, this chapter experiments with ways of telling gender stories that are not just human stories. Feminist common […]

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