Dr Janice Jones
|Position||Honorary Senior Lecturer|
|Section||School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education|
|Phone||+61 7 4631 2349|
|Qualifications||BEd(Hons) VicUni Manchester , MOnlineEd USQ , PhD USQ|
Fields of Research (FoR)
Specialist Studies in Education
Research interests: Narrative, creative and arts-informed research: Transformative and Critical Pedagogy; Asset Based Community Development; Creative and reflective practice for pre-service teachers’ personal and professional growth.
Futures education: Virtual Environments/Online Pedagogies; Indigenous Knowledges and stewardship of the land; Environments for sustainability and wellbeing; Natural learning and the emergent curriculum; Non-traditional and alternative education philosophies, politics and practices.
Participatory research, narrative inquiry, Third Space and auto-ethnography.
Member of the CIAN (Commonwealth Creativities in Intercultural Arts Network) Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
Member Australian Literacy Educators' Association
Member Leadership Research International, USQ
Member Applied Linguistics Research Group, USQ
Fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Member of Queensland College of Teachers
Site manager Asset Based Community Development Australasia Community
Currently teaching courses/programs
Postgraduate Courses - Course Examiner/Moderator:
EDU8111 Emerging Environments for Learning
EDU8712 Contemporary Approaches to Alternative Education
EDX1250: The Arts Curriculum and Pedagogy
EDO3377: Teaching the National Curriculum – English
Research most recent
Jones, J.K. (2013) Into the labyrinth: Persephone's journey as metaphor and method for research. In: Metaphors for, in and of education research. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 66-90. ISBN 978-1-4438-4398-0
Jones, J. K. (2012) Re-discovering the arts: the impact of engagement in a natural environment upon pre-service teacher perceptions of creativity. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 8 (1). pp. 102-108. ISSN 1871-1871
Jones, J.K. (2012) Weaving the threads of time: narrative methods in participatory research. In: Constructing capacities: building capabilities through learning and engagement. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, united Kingdom, pp. 218-239. ISBN 1-4438-4179-X
Research most notable
Jones, J. K. (2012)The transformative capacity of play and the arts for learning and student engagement: implications for pre-service teacher education. In: Pedagogy, Language, Arts and Culture in Education Group Seminars (PLACE 2012), 19 Sep 2012, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Jones, J.K. (2011) Re-framing education as a thirdspace: neonarratives of pedagogy, power and transformation. [Thesis (PhD/Research)] (Unpublished)
Publications in ePrints
Jones, Janice K. and Farley, Helen and Murphy, Angela (2018) Virtual worlds as restorative environments. In: Authentic virtual world education: facilitating cultural engagement and creativity. Springer Nature, Singapore, pp. 45-59. ISBN 978-981-10-6381-7
Jones, Janice K. (2017) Aesthetics and ethics informing an exhibition of artworks by Indigenous youth. In: 12th International Conference on the Arts In Society: Gestures that Matter , 14-16 June 2017, Paris, France.
Albion, Peter R. and Jones, David and Campbell, Chris and Jones, Janice (2017) Open educational practice and preservice teacher education: understanding past practice and future possibilities. In: Research highlights in technology and teacher education 2017. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Waynesville, NC, United States, pp. 99-107.
Black, Alison L. and Crimmins, Gail and Jones, Janice K. (2017) Reducing the drag: vreating v formations through slow scholarship and story. In: Producing pleasure within the contemporary university. Bold Visions in Educational Research, 59. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 137-155. ISBN 9789463511773
Jones, Janice and Jones, Janice and Jones, Janice (2016) 13 Moons: A Story of Ashes, Blood, Light. In: 7th International Metabody Forum (2016), 4 - 9 Apr, 2016, London, United Kingdom.