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Re/sponse-able Visual Ethics for Education

This editorial is part of a special topic in the Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy on ‘Visual Ethics,’ edited by the authors. 1 Re/sponse-able Visual Ethics The strategic deployment of a dash and a hyphen on the word ‘responsible’ and its yolking to the concept of ‘visual ethics’ in the special topic that underscores […]

E. Jayne White

E. Jayne White is Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and concurrently Professor II at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and an Adjunct Professor at RMIT (Melbourne). She was previously an Associate Professor at Waikato University. Jayne is a Fellow and past secretary of PESA and President of the Association for Visual Pedagogies, and Editor-in-Chief of Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy. Jayne's emphasis on dialogic pedagogy spans infant and toddler education, play & creativity, educational philosophy,  classroom education, assessment and evaluation. She engages in empirical projects in partnership with young learners, industry partners and other disciplines.

Dean Sutherland

Dean Sutherland is an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch. His teaching and research interests include human communication across the life span, the use of alternative forms of communication and technology when listening and speaking are difficult, and the role of adults in supporting children’s development.

Marek Tesar

Marek Tesar, Associate Professor and Associate Dean International at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, is a deputy editor of Educational Philosophy and Theory and Access: Contemporary Issues in  Education, and President of PESA. His research is focused on philosophical methods, childhood studies and early childhood education, the construction of childhoods, notions of place/space, and methodological and philosophical thinking around ontologies and the ethics of researching these notions.