Publications: Pearce, Jane
Peters, J. and Pearce, J. (2012) Relationships and early career teacher resilience: A role for school principals. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 18 (2). pp. 249-262.
Pearce, J. (2012) Unsettling class: Standpoint pedagogies, knowledge and privilege. Critical Voices in Teacher Education: Explorations of Educational Purpose, 22 . pp. 99-110.
Pearce, J. and Down, B. (2011) Relational pedagogy for student engagement and success at university. The Australian Educational Researcher, 38 (4). pp. 483-494.
Pearce, J. and Morrison, C. (2011) Teacher identity and early career resilience: Exploring the links. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36 (1). pp. 48-59.
Glass, C. and Pearce, J. (2010) Coming to grips with planning for literacy learning : A template for designing open-ended tasks. Practically Primary, 15 (1). pp. 31-34.
Pearce, J. and Crouch, C. (2010) Lost in transmission: Using study groups to provide space for creativity and reflexivity in an instrumentalist university environment. Higher Education Review, 43 (1). pp. 57-69.
Pearce, J., Down, B., Aveling, N. and Price, A. (2009) 'Critically' reinvigorating teacher education: Issues and dilemmas. New Community Quarterly, 7 (4). pp. 6-9.
Pearce, J., Down, B. and Moore, E. (2008) Social class, identity and the good student: Negotiating university culture. Australian Journal of Education, 52 (3). pp. 257-271.
Pearce, J. and Moore, L. (2005) Having it both ways: Challenging institutional borders for social justice. International Journal of Learning, 9 . pp. 1061-1069.
Johnson, B., Down, B., Le Cornu, R., Peters, J., Sullivan, A., Pearce, J. and Hunter, J. (2010) Conditions that support early career teacher resilience. In: Australian Teacher Education Association Conference (ATEA) 2010, 4 - 7 July 2010, Townsville, Queensland
Glass, C. and Pearce, J. (2006) Using open-ended tasks to support literacy learning. In: AATE/ALEA national conference 2006, 8 - 11 July 2006, Darwin, N.T.
Pearce, J. (2001) Indigenous students at university: Is teaching still a colonising process? In: AARE 2001 International Education Research Conference. Crossing Borders: New Frontiers for Educational Research, 2 - 6 December, Fremantle, Western Australia
Pearce, J. and Crouch, C. (1997) How can students become people who ask questions (instead of people who answer questions)? In: Teaching and Learning Forum 1997: Learning through teaching, February 1997, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A
Bell, J. and Pearce, J. (1997) The social contexts of learning: Re-reading the wheel. In: 5th International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning, 1 - 4 October 1997, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs
Alexander, P., Briguglio, C., Johnson, S., Pearce, J., Veitch, S., Barrett-Lennard, S. and Harvey, E. (2013) Embedding communication and literacy in the curriculum. In: Teaching and Learning Forum 2013: Design, develop, evaluate - The core of the learning environment, 7 - 8 February 2013, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.
Pearce, J. (2000) Shock, Self-doubt and rising to the challenge: Non-aboriginal teachers learn about aboriginal values. In: Leicester, M., Modgil, C. and Modgil, S., (eds.) Education, Culture & Values Vol. II. Falmer Press, London, England, pp. 14-29.
Johnson, B., Down, B., Le Cornu, R., Peters, J., Sullivan, A., Pearce, J. and Hunter, J. (2012) Early career teachers: Stories of resilience. Australian Government. Australian Research Council/Early Career Teacher Resilience, Adelaide, S.A..
Pearce, Jane (2005) Teacher identity in university classrooms: reflexivity and professional learning. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.