Professor Romina Jamieson-Proctor - Nat Sch of Education (Faculty of Education and Arts)
Fully accredited supervisor - Can supervise as principal supervisor
My current position is Professor and Queensland Head of Education at the Banyo (Brisbane) campus of the Australian Catholic University (ACU).
My teaching and research are broadly in the areas of mathematics education and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) for learning and teaching. My particular research interests involve, but are are not confined to:
* Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) curriculum integration, enhancement and transformation
* Transforming learning and teaching with ICT
* Development of statistically valid and reliable measurement instruments (quantitative methods)
* Evaluation of educational programs and initiatives, especially those involving ICT
* Mathematics Education
* Intelligence, Higher Order Thinking, Problem Solving and Creativity
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ICT and digital technologies for learning ; ICT and teacher practice ; Creativity and Learning ; Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Skills ; 21st Century Learning Environments ; Mathematics Education ;
Quantitative Approaches ; Mixed Mehods ;
- Education students' first year experience on a Regional University campus (PhD) (Principal Supervisor)
- Problem-based Learning's Impact on Pre-service Teachers' Mathematical Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Their Ability to Apply Their Knowledge (PhD) (Principal Supervisor)
- How can teachers use iPads to facilitate the development of creativity and collaboration in early learners? (Master) (Principal Supervisor)
- The Enhanced Use of Digital Technologies in School Guidance Counsellor and Student Activity (PhD) (Principal Supervisor)
- Birrbam Gambay: An investigation of the impact of Traditional Indigenous Games on primary school students and their teachers (PhD) (Principal Supervisor)
- The impact of postmodern picture books and their inherent devices on childrena??s development of critical literacy skills (PhD) (Co-Supervisor)
- The impact of Service-learning on educationally advantaged secondary students in Australia (PhD) (Principal Supervisor)
Development of the TTF TPACK Survey Instrument, in Australian Educational Computing Journal (AEC), 27(3), 26-35.
Revisioning teacher preparation for mobility: Dual imperatives, in In L. Liu, D. Gibson, C. Maddux (Eds.), Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2013 (pp. 13-21). Chesapeake, VA, United States: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). ISBN 978-1-9397-9704-9.
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'. , in Special Edition Computers in the Schools: Technology and Signature Pedagogies, 29(1-2), 207-226. ISSN 1528-7033 (online).
Auditing the TK and TPACK confidence of pre-service teachers: Are they ready for the profession? , in Australian Educational Computing Journal (AEC), 25(1), 8-17. ISSN 0816-9020.
Measuring and Evaluating ICT Use: Developing an Instrument for Measuring Student ICT Use, in In L. T. Wee Hin & R. Subramaniam (Eds.), Handbook of Research on New Media Literacy at the K-12 Level: Issues and Challenges (pp. 326-339). Singapore: IGI Global.
Measuring the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the Classroom, in Computers in the Schools, 24(1/2), 167-184.
ICT integration and teachersa?? confidence in using ICT for teaching and learning in Queensland state schools , in Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 22(4), 511-530.
The creativity checklist: An instrument to measure cognitive and dispositional characteristics of creativity in elementary students. , in Creativity Research Journal, 16(4), 421-430.
Professional Biography: I have had first hand involvement with the use of computer-based technologies in education since 1980; including extensive involvement with teacher education programs and professional development initiatives focusing on the effective integration of ICT to transform curriculum, teaching and learning in order to meet the needs of 21st century learners. I have extensive experience in the leadership and management of large scale pure and applied research projects specifically investigating the impact of ICT on teaching and learning across state and national education systems and I was integral in the adoption of the TPACK framework in the National Teaching Teachers for the Future (TTF) project (2011-2012) as well as the development of the quantitative measurement tools used to evaluate the impact of the TTF intervention nationally. I have expertise in quantitative methods, especially the design and development of valid and reliable measurement instruments.