Staff Profile Skip to main content
Staff Profile

Ms Jane Merewether

No Image Found

Position
Lecturer
Faculty
Office of the Provost
School
Faculty of Humanities
Campus
Bentley Campus
Location
501.Level 4
Phone
+61 8 9266 2254

Brief Summary

Jane spent 18 years as an early childhood educator before turning her sights to tertiary education.  She won a number of awards for her teaching, including a National Excellence in Teaching Award.  Jane's research interests include the educational project of Reggio Emilia, strengthening relationships between research and practice, early childhood settings as places of encounter, and listening to children in research and pedagogy. 

Back to top

Publications


2018

Book Chapters (Research)

  • Fleet, A., D. Harcourt, A. Koch, J. Einarsdóttir, C. Gray, P. Lawrence, J. Merewether, S. Mitchelmore, J. Murray, and A. Salamon. 2018. "(Co)-researching with children." In International Handbook of Early Childhood Education and Development. Vol. 1: Methodologies Fleer, M., and B. van Oers., 165-201 Dordrecht: Springer.

2017

Book Chapters (Research)

  • Merewether, J. 2017. "Environment: The third teacher." In Powers of curriculum: Sociological perspectives on education Gobby, and R. Walker., 395-420 Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Merewether, J. R. 2017. "Making the outdoors visible in pedagogical documentation." In Pedagogical Documentation in Early Years Practice: Seeing through multiple perspectives Alma Fleet, Catherine Patterson, and Janet Robertson., 131-147 London: Sage Publications ltd.

2016

Journal Articles (Research)

2015

Journal Articles (Research)

2014

Journal Articles (Research)

Back to top

keyboard_arrow_downAdditional publication categories

2018

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Merewether, J. 2018. "Listening to young children outdoors with pedagogical documentation." International Journal of Early Years Education online first: 1-19.

2015

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

Back to top

Additional Information

Other Publications

Merewether, J. (2015). More than playgrounds: Outdoor spaces in pedagogical settings. Professional Educator, 15(4), 25-26.

Merewether, J. (2014). What is Perth? A context for data analysis. The Challenge Journal of Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange, 18(2), 31-35.

Merewether, J. (2009). Foreword. In J. Lubawy (Ed.), Visions of creativity in early childhood: Connecting theory, practice and reflection (pp. vii-viii). Castle Hill, NSW: Pademelon Press.

Merewether, J. (2007a). About face. The Challenge Journal of Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange, 10(4), 4-9.

Merewether, J. (2007b). Research through debate and discussion. The Challenge Journal of Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange, 10(4), 18-19. 

Back to top