- EdD (University of Sheffield)
Dr Joanne Traunter is the Education Studies Academic Lead for Childhood and Youth Studies in the School of Education.
Dr Traunter focuses her teaching and research interests in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC). She is an experienced lecturer at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in national and international contexts. Jo brings over twenty years of pedagogical experience working in the ECEC sector to her teaching.
Dr Traunter's research focuses on the professional training and identity of the early years workforce both in the Uk and in Sth East Asia. Additional research interests include supporting young children's learning through the creation of environments of inquiry, in particular creative and natural environments.
Immersive-learning experiences in real-life contexts: deconstructing and reconstructing Vietnamese kindergarten teachers' understanding of STEAM education
Shaw, P. A., Traunter, J. E., Nguyen, N., Huong, T. T., & Thao-Do, T. P. (2021). Immersive-learning experiences in real-life contexts: deconstructing and reconstructing Vietnamese kindergarten teachers’ understanding of STEAM education. International Journal of Early Years Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/09669760.2021.1933920
Early Childhood Education
Professional identity and training in the ECEC workforce
Environments of Inquiry in ECEC
ECPE PPF: Engaging young people in the circular plastics economy
EPSRC Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council
1 October 2019
Dr Traunter welcomes applications for supervision in her specialist areas of:
Early Childhood Education and Care
Creative Contexts for Young Children's Learning
Teacher Professional Identity