Romina Jamieson-Proctor
Romina Jamieson-Proctor
Emeritus Professor of Education, Australian Catholic University
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ICT integration and teachers' confidence in using ICT for teaching and learning in Queensland state schools
RM Jamieson-Proctor, PC Burnett, G Finger, G Watson
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 22 (4), 2006
Development of the TTF TPACK survey instrument
R Jamieson-Proctor, P Albion, G Finger, R Cavanagh, R Fitzgerald, ...
Australian educational computing 27, 26-35, 2013
Auditing the TPACK confidence of Australian pre-service teachers: The TPACK confidence survey (TCS)
P Albion, R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International …, 2010
Transforming learning with ICT: making IT happen!
G Finger, G Russell, R Jamieson-Proctor, N Russell
Pearson Education Australia, 2007
Auditing the TK and TPACK confidence of pre-service teachers: Are they ready for the profession?
R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger, P Albion
Australian Educational Computing 25 (1), 8-17, 2010
Measuring cognitive and dispositional characteristics of creativity in elementary students
RMJ Proctor, PC Burnett
Creativity Research Journal 16 (4), 421-429, 2004
Beyond pedagogical content knowledge: The importance of TPACK for informing preservice teacher education in Australia
G Finger, R Jamieson-Proctor, P Albion
IFIP international conference on key competencies in the knowledge society …, 2010
Measuring the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the classroom
R Jamieson-Proctor, G Watson, G Finger, P Grimbeek, PC Burnett
Computers in the Schools 24 (1-2), 167-184, 2007
Teaching Teachers for the Future (TTF) Project TPACK Survey: Summary of the key findings
G Finger, R Jamieson-Proctor, R Cavanagh, P Albion, P Grimbeek, ...
Australian Educational Computing 37 (3), 13-25, 2013
Elementary school students' learner self-concept, academic self-concepts and approaches to learning
PC Burnett, RM Proctor
Educational Psychology in Practice 18 (4), 325-333, 2002
Measuring information and communication technology (ICT) curriculum integration
RMJ Proctor, G Watson, G Finger
Computers in the Schools 20 (4), 67-87, 2003
TPACK and pre-service teacher mathematics education: Defining a signature pedagogy for mathematics education using ICT and based on the metaphor “mathematics is a language”
K Larkin, R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger
Computers in the Schools 29 (1-2), 207-226, 2012
Primary teachers' beliefs about the use of mathematics textbooks
R Jamieson-Proctor, C Byrne
Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education …, 2008
Auditing the TPACK capabilities of final year teacher education students: are they ready for the 21st century?
R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger, P Albion
Proceedings of the 2010 Australian Computers in Education Conference (ACEC …, 2010
Computer attitude and classroom computers
RM Proctor, PC Burnett
Computers in the Schools 12 (3), 33-41, 1996
Using transactional distance theory to redesign an online mathematics education course for pre-service primary teachers.
K Larkin, R Jamieson-Proctor
Mathematics Teacher Education and Development 17 (1), 44-61, 2015
Assessment issues and new technologies: ePortfolio possibilities
G Finger, R Jamieson-Proctor
Educational assessment in the 21st century, 63-81, 2009
Auditing the TPACK competence and confidence of Australian teachers: The teaching with ICT audit survey (TWictAS)
P Albion, R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference (SITE …, 2010
ACT to improve ICT use for learning: A synthesis of studies of teacher confidence in using ICT in two Queensland schooling systems
R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger
Australian educational computing 23 (2), 12-18, 2008
Emerging frontiers of learning online: Digital ecosystems, blended learning and implications for adult learning
G Finger, PC Sun, R Jamieson-Proctor
Web-Based Education: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, 1684-1695, 2010
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