Publications Lisa Terreni

Recent publications

Book

Clark, B., Grey, A., & Terreni, L. (2013). Kia tipu te wairua toi Fostering the creative spirit through the Arts: Arts in Early Childhood Education: Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson New Zealand.

Book chapters

Richards, R., & Terreni, L (2013). Actively engaging through the visual arts: Recognising children’s artistic experiences and repertoires. In Clark, B., Grey, A. & Terreni, L. (Eds.), Kia tipu te wairua toi Fostering young children’s creative spirit through the Arts: Arts in Early Childhood Education. Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson.

Terreni, L., Gunn, A. C., Kelly, J., & Surtees, N. (2010). In and out of the closet: Successes and challenges experienced by gay and lesbian headed families in their interactions with the education system in New Zealand. In V. A. Green & S. Cherrington (Ed.), Delving into diversity: An international exploration of issues of diversity in education (pp. 151–161). New York: Nova Publishers.

Journal articles

Terreni, L. & Ryder, D. (2019). The brave and the foolhardy: Excursions in early childhood contexts in Aotearoa New Zealand. Early Childhood Folio, 23(1), 16-21.

Terreni, L., Loveridge, J., Denee, R.; & Zhou, J. (2018). Awarua and the Dragon: Enhancing young children’s, teachers and parents’ sense of place and cultural identity through art and storytelling. International Art in Early Childhood Research Journal, 6, 1-11.
http://artinearlychildhood.org/journals/2018/ARTEC_2018_Research_Journal_1_Article_1_Terreni_Loveridge_Denee_Zhou.pdf

Terreni, L. (2017). Beyond the gates: Examining the issues facing early childhood teachers when they visit art museums and galleries with young children in New Zealand. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 42(3),14-21.

Terreni, L. (2016). Visual arts education for young children in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Childhood Studies, 41 (4), 50-59.

Terreni, L. (2016). The state of play: Do young children visit art museums and galleries in New Zealand? reCollections: A journal of museums and collections, 11(1), 1-17.

Terreni, L. (2015). Eyes-on learning in art galleries and museums. Early Education, 57,14-19.

Terreni, L. (2015). Young children's learning in art museums: A review of New Zealand and International literature. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 23(5), 720-742.

Terreni, L. (2014). It's a matter of distinction: Bourdieu, art museums, and young children attending Early childhood services in New Zealand. International Art in Early Childhood Research Journal, 4, 1-10. (PDF, 393 KB).

Shuker, M.J. & Terreni, L. (2013). Self-authored e-books: Expanding young children’s literacy experiences and skills. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 38(3), 17–24.

Terreni, L. (2013). Children's rights as cultural citizens: Examining young children's access to art museums and galleries in Aotearoa New Zealand. Australian Art Education, 35(1), 93-107.

Terreni, L. (2011). Interactive whiteboards, art and young children. Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching, Technology, 23(10), 1–23.

Terreni, L. (2010). Art and ICT: Considering new possibilities for visual art education in early childhood settings. Australian Art Education, 33(2), 74–86.

Terreni, L. (2010). Adding new possibilities for visual art education in early childhood settings: The potential of interactive whiteboards and ICT. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 35(4), 90–95.

Terreni, L. (2010). A history of visual art education in early childhood in New Zealand: Looking backwards to go forwards. International Art in Early Childhood Research Journal.

Terreni, L. (2009). A case study: How young children and teachers use an interactive whiteboard in a New Zealand kindergarten setting for visual art learning experiences. Unpublished master's thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Education, Wellington.

Fuemana-Foa'i, L., Pohio., L., & Terreni, L. (2009). Narratives from Aotearoa New Zealand: Building communities in early childhood through the visual arts. Teaching Artists Journal, 7(1).

Terreni, L. (2009). Aligning early childhood visual art education with socio-cultural theory and practice: A personal pedagogical stance on the relationship between theory and visual arts education practice in New Zealand early childhood education. Journal of Australian Research in Early Childhood, 16(1), 63–72.

Terreni, L. (2008). Providing visual arts education in early childhood settings that is responsive to cultural diversity. Australian Art Education 31(1), 66–79.

Terreni, L. (2008). Te Whekenui a Muturangi: Exploring aspects of tikanga Māori through art. Aotearoa New Zealand Art Educators Association 9th national conference. Conference proceedings.

Terreni, L. (2006). Examining children's services in Australia, the Netherlands and the UK that support children and families from diverse cultural backgrounds: A report. The Aotearoa New Zealand OMEP Asia-Pacific conference proceedings, December 2005.

Terreni, L. (2005). Adding a bit of colour: Possibilities of art and aesthetics education in New Zealand early childhood settings. Aotearoa New Zealand Art Educators Association 8th national conference. Conference proceedings Vol. 2, pp.73–76.

Terreni, L. (2005). Adding a bit more colour: Possibilities for art and aesthetics education in New Zealand. Early Education, 38, 27–26.

Terreni, L. (2005). Scaffolding Alex: Actively supporting young children in the visual arts. New Zealand Journal of Teachers Work, 2(1), 43–48.

Terreni, L. (2003). Parents' experiences of different pedagogies. The First Years Nga Tau Tuatahi: New Zealand Journal of Infant and Toddler Education, 5(1), 28–31.

Forthcoming articles

Terreni, L. (accepted). Beyond the gates: Do early childhood teachers take young children to art museums and galleries in New Zealand? Australasian Journal of Early Childhood.

Terreni, L. (in development). Early childhoodteacher’s entrance narratives: The impact on young children’s access to art museums and galleries. Museums and Society.

Terreni, L. (in development). What makes for a successful excursion to an art museum? A case study. Early Childhood Folio.

Web-based publications

Shuker, M. & Terreni, L (2009). E-Books: A Tool for Promoting Young Children’s Literacy Skills. Available from http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/ArcAggregator/arcView/frameView/IE25098459/http://www.educate.ece.govt.nz/

Terreni, L (2009). Using clay to develop young children’s learning in art and literacy: Dynamic ceramic. Available from http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/ArcAggregator/arcView/frameView/IE25098459/http://www.educate.ece.govt.nz/

Terreni, L (2009). Using natural and recycled materials: Developing sustainable practices in visual art with young children. Available from http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/ArcAggregator/arcView/frameView/IE25098459/http://www.educate.ece.govt.nz/

Terreni, L., & Pairman, A. (2001). If the environment is the third teacher what language does she speak? Available from http://spotidoc.com/doc/741536/if-the-environment-is-the-third-teacher-what-language-doe...

Terreni, L & McCallum, J. (2001). Providing Culturally Competent Care in Early Childhood Services: Part 1 Considering Culture. Available from http://www.victoria.ac.nz/education/pdf/consideringculture1.pdf

Conference and Hui presentations

Terreni, L. (2016, May). Making children's learning theories visible through intentional teaching in the visual arts. Paper presented at the Faculty of Education research seminar series: Making Teaching Visible, Victoria University of Wellington.

Meade, A., Pairman, A. & Terreni, L. (2016, May). Funky yet functional documentation.Workshop presented for REID, Wellington.

Terreni, L (2015, June). Moving beyond the centre: Visual art education for young children in art galleries. Paper presented at the 6th International Art in Early Childhood conference: Art – Home, school, communities, Hong Kong.

Terreni, L (2015, May). How can art gallery and museum education support young children’s understandings of diversity? Paper presented at the Victoria University of Wellington Autumn Research Seminar: Diverse diversities, Wellington.

Terreni, L (2015, May). Art, children, teachers and the community. Keynote address. Kiddicorp Wellington Regional Conference: Working with Others Children and the Community, Wellington.

Terreni, L (2015, May). Visual art visual culture: Learning in the art museum. Paper presented at Kiddicorp Wellington Regional Conference: Working with Others Children and the Community, Wellington.

Terreni, L (2015, April). Actively engaging through the visual arts: Recognising children’s artistic experiences and repertoires. Keynote address. Kids First Kindergartens Professional Learning Hui, Christchurch.

Terreni, L (2015, May). Visual art visual culture: Learning in the art museum. Paper presented at Kids First Kindergartens Professional Learning Hui, Christchurch.

Terreni, L. (2015, March). Street talk. Workshop presented for REID, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, November). Visual art inspirations: People, places and things – people. Workshop presented for Reggio Emilia Manawatu, Palmerston North.

Terreni, L. (2014, August). Visual arts education for young children in Aotearoa New Zealand. Keynote address. 2nd International Conference on Project Approach and Art Education for Children, Beijing.

Terreni, L. (2014, July). The state of play: Do young children visit art museums in Aotearoa New Zealand? Paper presented at the Faculty of Education research seminar series, Victoria university of Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, July). Actively engaging through the visual arts: Recognising children’s artistic experiences and repertoires. Keynote address. Taranaki and Wanganui Kindergarten Associations' conference, Wanganui.

Terreni, L. (2014, July). Intentional teaching in the (art) museum. Taranaki and Wanganui Kindergarten Associations' conference, Wanganui.

Terreni, L. (2014, July). The state of play: Do young children visit art museums in Aotearoa New Zealand? Paper presented at the 34th World Congress of the International Society for Education through Art, Melbourne.

Terreni, L. (2014, May). How to visit an art gallery with young children. Paper presented at the Victoria University of Wellington Autumn Research Seminar - Relationships: People, places and things, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, April). Visual art, visual culture. Paper and workshop presented at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, March). Visual art, visual culture. Paper and workshop presented at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, February). Visual art inspirations: People, places and things – people. Workshop presented at the Wellington Region Free Kindergarten Association, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, February). Visual art inspirations: People, places and things – places. Workshop presented at the Wellington Region Free Kindergarten Association, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, February). Visual art inspirations: People, places and things – things. Workshop presented at the Wellington Region Free Kindergarten Association, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2014, January). Creativity and the arts in Early Childhood: Fostering the creative spirit of teachers and children. Keynote address. Northern Auckland Kindergarten Association conference: Playing with the Arts, Auckland.

Terreni, L. (2013, September). Beyond the fire station: Young children’s access to art museums. Keynote address. Napier Kindergarten Association conference: Visual arts/Nga toi, Napier.

Terreni, L. (2013, October). Fostering young children’s creative spirit through the arts. Keynote address. Napier Kindergarten Association conference: Visual arts/Nga toi, Napier.

Terreni, L. (2013, September). Healthy in spirit: Arts and spirituality. Keynote address. OMEP Canterbury 2013 Seminar: Growing up healthy in mind, body and spirit: the role of the early childhood service. University of Canterbury, Christchurch.

Terreni, l. (2013, June). Kia tipu te wairua toi: Fostering the creative spirit through the arts in early childhood education. Paper presented at the 5th International Art in Early Childhood Conference: Art: Identities, Places, and Communities, University of Cyprus, Nicosia.

Terreni, L (2013, June). Beyond the fire station: Investigating early childhood access to and use of art museums and galleries in Aotearoa New Zealand. 5th International Art in Early Childhood Conference: Art: Identities, Places, and Communities, University of Cyprus, Nicosia.

Terreni, L. (2012, August). Using art museums to enrich visual art education for young children. 22nd European Early Childhood Education Research Association Conference: Pre-birth to three: Identities, Learning, Diversities, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Oporto.

Terreni, L. (2012, March). Visual art education in ECE: Making teaching visible. Keynote address. Education Leadership Project: Big Art Day Out, Auckland.

Terreni, L. (2012, May). Visual art for digital natives. Keynote address. Victoria University of Wellington Autumn Research Seminar: Living and learning in a multi-modal world: expanding the range of literacy possibilities for young children, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2011, July). Lessons from Toledo. Paper presented at Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators conference Power Community Materiality, WINTEC, Hamilton.

Terreni, L. (2011, June). Technology rocks! How young children and teachers in early childhood settings can use an interactive whiteboard for visual art learning experiences.Paper presented at 4th International Art in Early Childhood ConferenceArt...Play...Children...Wonderment! University of Toledo, Ohio.

Terreni, L. (2011, June). Examining how ICT can support visual art in early childhood settings. Paper presented at 4th International Art in Early Childhood ConferenceArt...Play...Children...Wonderment! University of Toledo, Ohio.

Terreni, L. (2011, March). Queer family-friendly educational discourse, pedagogy and practice: The role of teachers. Paper presented at 2nd Asia Pacific Human Rights conference, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2010, July). Artfully caring for the environment: Re-Imagining teaching visual art in early childhood contexts. Paper presented at Wellington Kindergarten Association conference: Te Ara Hou: Innovations Teaching in the 21st Century, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2009, November). In and out of the closet: Successes and challenges experienced by gay and lesbian headed families in their interactions with the education system in New Zealand. Paper presented at Centre for equity and Innovation (CEIEC) conference: Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity 9: Children's rights in research, policy and practice, Melbourne University, Melbourne.

Terreni, L. (2009, October). Examining how information and communication technology can support visual art in early childhood settings. Paper presented at TRCC conference: Opening the Treasure Box Early Childhood Arts conference, University of Auckland, Auckland.

Terreni, L (2009, September). Art and ICT in ECE – Provoking practice. Paper presented at Nelson Core Education ECE ICT PL Lead Teachers Hui, Nelson.

Terreni, L. (2009, April). Examining How ICT can Support Visual Art in Early Childhood Settings. Paper presented at Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators conference Art works: Mahi toi te hōkai o te matāuraka toi ā whatu scoping visual arts education, Otago Polytechnic Art and Design, Dunedin.

Terreni, L. (2008, July). Can information and communication technology (ICT) enhance young children’s exploration in the visual arts? Paper presented at Education Leadership Project: Let’s be PC with Mac: Unmasking the mysteries of ICT, Auckland.

Terreni, L. (2008, July). E-books: A tool for promoting literacy. Paper presented atTeachers Conference 2008 Whakawhanaungatanga:  Building Relationships for the Future, Lower Hutt.

Terreni, L. (2008, June). Sustainable art practices in early childhood settings. Paper presented at Rainbow in My Head Hui, Wellington.

Terreni, L. & Tolland, M. (2008, April) Museums and art galleries: Meeting the needs of communities. Paper presented at Teachers Refresher Course Committee Artists in Residence conference, Porirua.

Terreni, L. (2008, March). Communicating through art. Paper presented at Kidstart Caregiver Conference, Lower Hutt.

Terreni, L. (2007, February). Exploring aspects of tikanga Maori through art. Paper presented at Our people, our place our time: 2nd International Conference Art in Early Childhood, University of New England, Armidale.

Terreni, L. (2007, February). Moving art: Movie making, ICT and visual art. Paper presented at Our people, our place our time: 2nd International Conference Art in Early Childhood, University of New England, Armidale.

Terreni, L. (2008, July). Te Whekenui a Muturangi: Exploring aspects of tikanga Māori through art. Paper presented at Aotearoa New Zealand Art Educators Association 9th national conference, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.

Terreni, L. (2007, July). Moving art: Movie making, ICT and visual art. Paper presented at Teacher Refresher Course Committee Conference Mrs Mac and the flying IT circus, Auckland.

Terreni, L. (2006, September). If the environment is the third teacher what language does she speak? Paper presented at the 6th Annual Professional Development Symposium: The politics of early childhood education, Auckland

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