Articles

PEER REVIEW PUBLICATION                                                                                                                         

de Oliveira Jayme, B. (2015–Forthcoming). Selma had an epiphany. To be submitted to Arts–based research digest.

de Oliveira Jayme, B. (2015–Forthcoming). The social, the movement, and the learning. To be submitted to Journal of Adult and Continuing Education.

de Oliveira Jayme, B., & Tremblay, C. (Accepted–2015). Recycling Stories – A community created mobile art gallery. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education.

de Oliveira Jayme, B., Pozzer-Ardenghi, L., Reis, G., & Roth, W.-M. (forthcoming). Interjections as communicative acts. To be submitted to Journal of Research in Science Teaching.

Tremblay, C., & de Oliveira Jayme, B.  (Accepted–2014).  Re-framing community knowledge through participatory video.  Journal of Action Research. (Accepted).

Gutberlet, J., de Oliveira Jayme, B.  (2012). A história do meu rosto: Como agentes ambientais percebem a estigmatização (re)produzida pelo discurso. Geografia em Questão 5, 183–200.

de Oliveira Jayme, B. (2012). Arts-based environmental education: Children may know it better. Education Review, 2, 6.

de Oliveira Jayme, B. (2012) Art as praxis Emancipatory Approach to Environmental Education. The Ontario Journal of Environmental Education, 24, 5.

de Oliveira Jayme, B., Reis, G., Roth, W.-M., & van Eijck, M. W. (2012). Monopolization & Collaborative Work: The making of a science video project. Revista Linhas Críticas. (18) 35 (pp.).

Gutberlet, J., & de Oliveira Jayme,  B. (2010). “The Story of my Face.” How Environmental Stewards Perceive Stigmatization (Re)produced by the Media. Sustainability, ISSN 2071–1050.

Clover, E. D. Sandford, K., & de Oliveira Jayme, B. (2010). Adult Education and Lifelong Learning in Arts and Cultural Institutions: A Content Analysis. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 26, 5–20.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 

de Oliveira Jayme, B., Reis, G. & Roth, W.-M.(2007). Interjections as communicative acts: Implications for science education. In T. Pelton, G. Reis & K. Moore (eds), Proceedings of the University of Victoria Faculty of Education Research Conference – Connections (pp.107-110), Victoria, BC (Canada). (Available at http://www.educ.uvic.ca/research).

de Oliveira Jayme, B., Roth, W.-M., Reis, G.& van Eijck, M. (2007). Group monopolization and collaborative work: the making of a science video project. In T. Pelton, G. Reis & K. Moore (eds), Proceedings of the University of Victoria Faculty of Education Research Conference – Connections (pp.111–116), Victoria, BC (Canada). (Available at http://www.educ.uvic.ca/research).

Reis, G., de Oliveira Jayme, B., & Roth, W.-M. (2007). Egomorphism: Discursive pedagogical artifact in/for science education. In T. Pelton, G. Reis & K. Moore (eds), Proceedings of the University of Victoria Faculty of Education Research Conference – Connections (pp.149-153), Victoria, BC (Canada). (Available at http://www.educ.uvic.ca/research).

de Oliveira Jayme, B., Reis, G. & Roth, W.-M. (2006). Step Back! The use of student-produced digital movies as a metacognitive tool to assess non-formal activities. In T. Pelton, G. Reis & S. Stewart (eds), Proceedings of the University of Victoria, Faculty of Education Research Conference – Connections (pp.51–56), Victoria, BC (Canada). (Available at http://www.educ.uvic.ca/research).

NON PEER REVIEW PUBLICATION

Gutberlet, J., & de Oliveira Jayme, B. (2008). Reframing a society: A participatory video production with recyclers. UniWold (Available at http://www.aucc.ca/publications/auccpubs/magazines/uvic-brazil_e.html)