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Common worlding pedagogies: cultivating the ‘arts of awareness’ with tracking, compost, and death
Supervisory Committee Dr. Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Supervisor (School of Child and Youth Care) Dr. Affrica Taylor, Departmental Member (School of Child and Youth Care) This thesis foregroundsExpand
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Pedagogical gatherings in early childhood education: Mapping interferences in emergent curriculum
Abstract In this article, the authors critically and generatively encounter emergent curriculum, drawing from their experiences working as pedagogistas in three different early childhood educationExpand
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Rethinking Nature-Based Approaches in Early Childhood Education: Common Worlding Practices
This paper introduces common worlding approaches in early childhood education as possibilities for situating educational practices within current times of environmental precarity. Particularly, itExpand
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THINKING WITH PAINT AND WATER (AN INTERVIEW WITH TERRY WILSON, DEANNA ELLIOTT, DIANA FORELAND, AND TERESA DIXON)
This paper presents a conversation between a group of educators employed at the University of Victoria's Child Care Services (Terry Wilson, Deanna Elliot, Diana Foreland, and Teresa Dixon) conductedExpand
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New Obligations and Shared Vulnerabilities: Reimagining Sustainability for Live-Able Worlds
15(4), 2019 Narda Nelson is a pedagogist and researcher with UVic Child Care Services and Pedagogical Communications Coordinator for the British Columbia Early Childhood Pedagogy Network (BC ECPN).Expand
Reducing the impacts of agricultural nutrients on water quality across a changing landscape.
Agricultural productivity in the United States has doubled over the last 50 years through agricultural intensification and adoption of new innovative technologies. Although efficiency of ourExpand
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With(in) the Forest: (Re)conceptualizing Pedagogies of Care
Drawing on moments from an early learning forest inquiry located on Songhees, Esquimalt, and WSANEC territories, otherwise known as Victoria, BC, this paper engages with the messy politics of “care”Expand
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Facetiming common worlds: exchanging digital place stories and crafting pedagogical contact zones
ABSTRACT Children, educators, and researchers at a child care center in Victoria, Canada and Melbourne, Australia have been collaborating on an early childhood education pedagogical inquiry projectExpand
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