Timothy TEO, Ph.D. 張庆元

Associate Dean (Research)

Distinguished Professor

Faculty of Education, University of Macau

 

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Room 4002A, Faculty of Education,

University of Macau, E33,

Av. da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China

 

(853) 8822 4121

(853) 8822 2402

timothyteo@umac.mo

www.umac.mo/fed/staff/timothyteo/ (curriculum vitae)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

SUMMARY

I currently serve as Distinguished Professor of Education at the University of Macau (China SAR). Previously at the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and University of Auckland (New Zealand), Timothy is also currently Honorary Professor at the University of Auckland (New Zealand), Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Johannesburg (South Africa), Visiting Professor at Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) and an International Collaborative Partner at the Universiti Tengku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia). His research interests are multi-disciplinary and include both substantive and methodological areas. These are Educational Psychology (Self-efficacy-teachers and students; Beliefs about teaching and learning;  Meta-cognition), ICT in Education (Technology acceptance and adoption; e-learning; digital natives), Music Education (Psychological processes of music teaching and learning), and Quantitative Methods (Psychometrics; Instrument development and validation; cross-cultural measurement; issues in survey development and administration; structural equation modeling; multilevel modeling; latent growth modeling).  Underpinning these research topics is a constant desire to improve teaching and learning and explore how this can inform teachers' practice and professional development. For example, my research into technology acceptance has promoted the use of statistical modeling to gain insights on how and what variables interact with each other to explain technology usage among users in education.


 

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

      Nov 2016 - Present            Distinguished Professor

                                                               Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macao,
                                                 China

      Sept 2015 – Aug 2016       Director
Educational Research Centre
Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macao, China

Sept 2014Present          Associate Dean

                                               Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macao, China

      Jan 2014Oct 2016         Professor

                                               Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macao, China

      Jan 2014Dec 2018        Honorary Professor

                                               Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand (School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice)

      Dec 2011Dec 2013       Associate Professor 

                                               Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand

      Sept 2010Nov 2011      Associate Professor 

                                               National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

      July 2005Aug 2010      Assistant Professor  

                                               National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

      20032011                      Associate Faculty Member

                                               School of Arts and Social Sciences, SIM University, Singapore

      2000July 2005              Lecturer                             

                                               School Info-Communications Technology, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore

      19962000                      Senior Curriculum Specialist                 

                                               Curriculum Planning & Development Division, Ministry of Education, Singapore

      19891995                      Teacher         

                                               Various (Primary & Secondary schools), Ministry of Education, Singapore

 

 

INTERESTS (Teaching/Research)

       1.   Educational Psychology

            Motivation, Self-efficacy, Research on beliefs, perceptions, and attitudes, Meta-cognition

      2.   ICT in Education

            Use of technology in teaching and learning, Technology acceptance and adoption, E-learning, Internet research

      3.   Music Education

            Psychology of music, Musical preferences, Measurement of musical aptitude

      4.   Quantitative Methodology

Psychometrics, Scale development and validation, Cross-cultural measurement, Educational measurement, Survey Issues, Meta-analysis, Structural equation modeling, Multilevel modeling, Latent growth modeling

 

 

EDUCATION

       2003      Doctor of Philosophy-Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

               Educational Psychology, Measurement & Evaluation, Quantitative Methods, Musical Preferences

      1999      Master of Arts-Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

                    Music Education, Quantitative Methods

      1995      Bachelor of Arts (Awarded with First Class Honours)-University of Canterbury, New Zealand

                    Music Education, Educational Research

      1994      Bachelor of Arts-University of Auckland, New Zealand

                    Education, Music

      1989      Certificate in Education (Awarded with Credit)-Institute of Education, Singapore

                    Primary Education

 

 

AWARDS AND VISITING APPOINTMENTS

2016 (June)             INVITED SPEAKER, International Symposium on “" Re-thinking Education: Re-imagining ASEAN”, Thammasat University, Thailand.

2016 (March)          VISITING SPEAKER, Southwest University (Chongqing, Chinese Mainland)

2015 (November)    VISITING EXPERT, International Centre for Higher Education Innovation, Shenzhen, China

2015 (September)     VISITING SPEAKER, Department of Education, Hong Kong Baptist University

2015 (July)               VISITING SPEAKER, School of Journalism, Fudan University (Shanghai, Chinese, Mainland)

2015 (July)               VISITING PROFESSOR, Thailand Cyber University

2015 (June)              VISITING FELLOWSHIP, Graduate School of Educational Measurement & Statistics, National Taichung University (Taiwan)

2015 (April)              INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE PARTNER, Universiti Tenku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia)

2014 (December)      VISITING EXPERT, Thailand Cyber University

2014 (October)         VISITING PROFESSOR, Thailand Cyber University

2014 to 2016            INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE PARTNER, Universiti Tenku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia)

2014 (September)     VISITING SPEAKER, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong

2014 (July)               VISITING PROFESSOR, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

2014 (June)               VISITING PROFESSOR, National Institute of Education (Singapore)

2014 (May)               VISITING PROFESSOR, Institute of Higher Education, East China Normal University, (Mainland China)

2014 (April)              VISITING SCHOLAR, College of Education, De La Salle University (Philippines)

2014 (January)          VISITING ACADEMIC, Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation) Office, De La Salle University (Philippines)

2014-2016                HONORARY PROFESSOR, University of Auckland (New Zealand)

2013 (December)      VISITING SCHOLAR, Faculty of Educational Studies, University Putra Malaysia (Malaysia)

2013                         New Zealand Performance-Based Research Funding (PBRF) Exercise

                                 Awarded a quality category of ‘A’

                                 Category Description: “Research outputs, peer esteem and contributions are of a world-class standard.”

2013 (November)     RESEARCH CONSULTANT, Office of Educational Research, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

2013 (April)              VISITING FELLOWSHIP, Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling
                                 National Pingtung University of Education (Taiwan)

2013 (February)        RESEARCH CONSULTANT, Office of Educational Research, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

2013 (February)        VISITING SCHOLAR, Vice Chancellor (Academic) Office, De La Salle University (Philippines)

2012 (November)     VISITING PRINCIPAL FELLOWSHIP, Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong (Australia)

2012 (October)         VISITING FELLOWSHIP, School of Psychology, Teesside University (United Kingdom)

2012 (September)     VISITING PROFESSORSHIP, College of Education, De La Salle University (Philippines)

2012 (April)              ACADEMIC VISITOR, University Publishing Office, De La Salle University (Philippines)

2012 (February)        VISITING FELLOWSHIP, Graduate School of Educational Measurement & Statistics, National Taichung University (Taiwan)

2011 (May)               VISITING PROFESSORSHIP, Thailand Cyber University (Thailand)

2011 (May)               VISITING SPEAKER, Department of Educational Technology, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)

2011 (January)          VISITING PROFESSORSHIP, Thailand Cyber University (Thailand)

2010 (August)          VISITING PROFESSORSHIP, Thailand Cyber University (Thailand)

2005 (December)      BENJAMIN MEAKER VISITING PROFESSORSHIP, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol (United Kingdom)

2002 (June)               INTERNATIONAL VISITING FELLOWSHIP, British Academy (United Kingdom)

2001                         DOCTORAL STUDY LEAVE AWARD, Singapore Polytechnic (Singapore)

1992-1995                OVERSEAS ARTS BURSARY, National Arts Council (Singapore)

1992-1995                OVERSEAS STUDY GRANT, Lee Foundation (Singapore)

1989                         WONG HEE HUA MEMORIAL PRIZE, National Institute of Education (Singapore)

                                 (For outstanding performance in Music Education)

1987-1989                STUDY BURSARY, Ministry of Education (Singapore)

 

 

RESEARCH GRANTS

(PI=Principal Investigator; CoPI=Co-Principal Investigator; C=Collaborator)

Year

Duration

Funding Body

Title of Project

Amount

Role

2015

3 Years

University of Macau

(China SAR)

Acceptance of Information Communications Technologies (ICT) in Education: A longitudinal study of digital natives in Asia

1,556,800
(MOP)
194,981USD

PI

2015

3 Years

University of Macau

(China SAR)

Examining the relationship between music preferences and personality traits: A study among Macau students

840,000
(MOP)
105,205USD

PI

2015

3 Years

University of Macau

(China SAR)

Development of a Competency-based Curriculum for Pre-service Music Teachers in Macau

409,050
(MOP)
51,231USD

CoPI

2015

3 Years

National Research Council of Thailand

Virtual Learning Environment System to Enhanced 21st       Century Skills in Learning and Innovation for Higher Education Learners in ASEAN Cultural Community

1,000,000
(THB)

30,040USD

CoPI

2014

1 Year

National Science Council

(Taiwan)

The relationships between digital nativity, value orientation, and motivational interference among college students

442,000
(NTD)

14,423USD

C

2014

1 Year

University of Macau

(China SAR)

Understanding students' interaction with technology: Validation and Measurement Invariance of the Digital Native Assessment Scale (DNAS)

149,600
(MOP)

18,737USD

PI

2014

1 Year

Universiti Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)

(Malaysia)

Exploring the antecedents of students' technology use through UTAUT model: An online survey

24,500
(RM)

6,856USD

CoPI

2012

1 Year

Ministry of Education

(New Zealand)

Evaluation of professional development among primary teachers

400,000
(NZD)

299,045USD

PI

2011

1 Year

British Academy Small Research Grant (United Kingdom)

The cultural validation of online psychometric scales

6,750
(GBP)

10,269USD

CoPI

2011

1 Year

Citi-NIE Financial Literacy Hub (National Institute of

Education) (Singapore)

Survey of attitudes and perceptions towards teaching financial literacy

10,000
(SGD)

7,530USD

PI

2010

1 Year

Ministry of Education

(Singapore)

Effectiveness of the iMTL Portal: An evaluation study

64,068
(SGD)

48,239USD

PI

2010

3 Years

Office of Educational Research (National Institute of Education) (Singapore)

Evaluation of IT Masterplan 3-A national-wide longitudinal study

499,494
(SGD)

376,082USD

CoPI

2009

1 Year

Citi-NIE Financial Literacy Hub (National Institute of Education) (Singapore)

Perception of personal finance among teachers in Singapore: A conceptualization and measurement study

16,945
(SGD)

12,758USD

PI

2009

1 Year

Office of Educational Research (National Institute of Education)

(Singapore)

Evaluation of implementation of IT Masterplan 3 and its impact on Singapore schools -Instrumentation and Baseline Study

68,432
(SGD)

51,518USD

CoPI

2006

2 Years

Learning Sciences Laboratory (National

Institute of Education)

(Singapore)

Pre-service Teachers' beliefs about teaching and learning: An exploratory study

32,743
(SGD)

24,689USD

PI

2006

2 Years

Learning Sciences Laboratory (National Institute of Education)

(Singapore)

Teachers' Beliefs, Leadership, and Technology Use in Singapore Schools: An Exploratory Study

171,687
(SGD)

129,233USD

PI

 

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Service to the University

Faculty and University (University of Macau, Macau SAR)- 2014 to Present

1.          Associate Dean, University Level

2.          Chair, Senate Information and Education Technology Committee, University Level

3.          Chair, Research Committee, Faculty Level

4.          Director, Educational Research Centre

5.          Chair, PhD Admission Interview Panel, Faculty Level

6.          Chair, Conference Grants Application Evaluation Panel, Faculty Level

7.          Chair, Research Fund Application Evaluation Panel, Faculty Level

8.          Chair, Graduate Studies Committee, Faculty Level

9.          Doctoral Student Advisor, Faculty Level

10.      Member, University Senate, University Level

11.      Member, Academic Staff Promotion Advisory Committee, University Level

12.      Member, Senate Research Ethics Committee, University Level

13.      Member, Senate Research Committee, University Level

14.      Member, Senate Graduate Studies Committee, University Level

15.      Member, Executive Committee, Faculty Level

16.      Member, Academic Leave Approval Panel, Faculty Level

17.      Member, Academic Council, Faculty Level

18.      Member, Academic Staff Promotion Advisory Panel, Faculty Level

19.      Member, Academic Recruitment Panel, Faculty Level

 

School, Faculty and University (University of Auckland, New Zealand)- 2012 to 2013

1.          Member, Panel of independent chairpersons for doctoral examinations, University of Auckland (2013)

2.          Member, University PBRF Panel for Education, University of Auckland (2012)

3.          Director, Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Unit, Faculty of Education (2012-2013)

4.          Member, Postgraduate Programmes Committee, Faculty of Education (2012)

5.          Member, Master of Professional Studies planning group (Singapore), Faculty of Education (2012)

6.          Reviewer, Annual Performance Review, School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (2012)

7.          PBRF Advisor, School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (2012)

8.          Member, Promotion Panel, School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (2012)

9.          Member, Leadership Group, School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (2012 - 2013)

10.      Member, Scholarship Evaluation Committee, School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (2013)

11.      Chair, Postgraduate Studies Sub-Committee, Teaching and Learning Committee, School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (2012)

12.      Chair, Research Capability Development Sub-Committee, Research Committee, School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (2012 - 2013)

 

Academic Group, Institute, and University (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore-)2005 to 2011

1.          Member, Department Academic Quality Assurance Committee (Jan 2011)

2.          Member, Department Research Ethics Committee (Jan 2011)

3.          Co-ordinator, Educational Inquiry 1 (Jan 2011 to August 2011)

4.          Co-ordinator, Professional Development (2010)

5.          Member, Graduate Studies Committee (Jan 2009)

6.          Assistant Head of Academic Group (May 2007 to June 2008)

7.          Co-ordinator: Pre-service ICT courses (Jan 2007 to December 2009)

8.          Co-ordinator: Doctoral Seminar (July 2008)

9.          Chair: Pre-service ICT Module Review (Jan 2007)

10.      Chair: ICT Development Committee (October 2006 to December 2006)

11.      Member: Curriculum Committee for the Classroom Management module (July 2006 to December 2006)

12.      Member: Curriculum Committee for the ICT modules (July 2005 to June 2006)

13.      Development of teaching materials for the ICT modules (2007)

14.      Development of teaching materials for AED 104 ICT for Engaged Learning (2007)

15.      Development of teaching materials for the Classroom Management modules (2005 to 2006)

 

 

Editorial Appointments

      Editor-in-Chief

1.          International Journal of Quantitative Research in Education (2012 - Present)

2.          The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (SSCI) (2012 - Present)

 

Associate/Regional Editor (Australia & NZ)

1.          Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (SSCI) (2013 - Present)

2.          International Journal of Information and Communications Technology Education (2007 - Present)

3.          Educational Research and Evaluation  (2012 to 2013)

4.          Asia-Pacific Education Review (SSCI) (2009 to 2012)

 

Advisory Editor

1.          Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Education (Oxford University Press (2015 – Present)

 

International Advisory Board

1.          Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods

2.          Journal of Educational Technology and Society (SSCI)

3.          International Journal of Education and Training

 

Editorial Board Member/ Consultant

1.          Contemporary Educational Technology

2.       Education and Science (SSCI)

3.          Educational Measurement and Evaluation Review

4.          European Journal of Educational Research

5.          Interactive Learning Environments (SSCI)

6.          Learning, Media and Technology (SSCI)

7.          Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning

8.          The Internet and Higher Education (SSCI)

9.          The Normal Lights

10.      Turkish Journal of Teacher Education

 

Ad Hoc Reviewer

Applied Measurement in Education; Asia-Pacific Education Review; Australasian Journal of Educational Technology; Behavior and Information Technology; British Journal of Education Technology; Computer in Human Behavior; Computers and Education; CyberPsychology and Behavior; Educational Technology Research and Development; Interactive Learning Environment; International Journal of Educational Research; International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education; International Journal of Technology and Innovation Management; Instructional Science; International Journal of Testing; Journal of Computer Assisted Learning; Journal of Educational Technology and Society; Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment; Learning and Individual Differences; Learning. Media & Technology; Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives; Music Education Research; Psychology of Music; Studies in Higher Education; Teaching and Teacher Education; The Internet and Higher Education; Interacting with Computers.

 

       External Reviewer for Research Grants Applications/Book Proposals/Professorial Promotion

1.          2016 (April). "Personal biometric information from wearable technology A case study of eHealth literacy development with emerging technology in Hong Kong higher education" Research Grant Council (Hong Kong).

2.          2016 (February). “A Cultural Studies Contribution to Technology Acceptance in Education”. A book proposal for Routledge (United Kingdom).

3.          2016 (January). “Open, Distance and e-Learning for Educational and Training Transformation”. A book series proposal by Springer (Singapore).

4.          2015 (November). External reviewer for an application for substantiation (tenure). Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong).

5.          2015 (July). “Using Learning Analytics to Understand how Interactions in a Learning Management System Mediate Learning” Office of Educational Research Grant. National Institute of Education. Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

6.          2015 (April). External assessor for a promotion application to Full Professor. University Sains Malaysia (Malaysia)

7.          2014 (August). “Innovations in Educational Change: Cultivating Ecologies for Schools” A book proposal for Springer from National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

8.          2014 (July). “Using music to assist language learning with an interactive musical language learning app in a positive reinforcement learning approachOffice of Educational Research Grant. National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

9.          2014 (June). “Development of a Chinese Mindfulness Inventory: Validation, Norming and Application” Research Grant Council (Hong Kong).

10.      2014 (March).  Student Acceptance and Continuance of Learning Management System Usage: A School-based Longitudinal StudyResearch Grant Council (Hong Kong).

11.      2014 (March). “Developing a Professional Development Model for Enhancement of Health Promotion in KindergartenResearch Grant Council (Hong Kong).

12.      2014 (February). The translational implementation of a minimalist designed education innovation in Singapore school context.” Office of Educational Research Grant. National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

13.      2014 (January). “Investigating Teacher Attitudes Regarding Mobile Technology in the Singapore Mainstream Classroom.” Office of Educational Research Grant. National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

14.      2013 (April). “Learning Effectiveness of 3D virtual worlds in emergency training: A multi-group analysis.” Research Grant Council (Hong Kong).

15.      2013 (April). “Extending the Expectation-Confirmation Model to evaluate the post-adoption behavior of continuance and discontinuance: The effect of switching costs.” Research Grant Council (Hong Kong).

16.      2013 (March). “A broader view on teachers' acceptance and use of job related technologies taking into account teacher and school characteristics. A research project from a multilevel perspective.” Research Foundation (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek - Vlaanderen, FWO) (Belgium).

17.      2013 (March). “Exploring tertiary students' use of Web 2.0 tools in constructing personal learning environment.” Research Grant Council (Hong Kong).

18.      2012 (July). “Helping academically weaker students to increase their situational interest and learning: Exploring the underlying psychological mechanisms of situational interest.” Office of Educational Research Grant. National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

19.      2012 (March). “Integrating Classroom Discourse Corpus for Reflective Practice and Professional Development.” Office of Educational Research Grant. National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

 

Others

2017       Honorary International Advisor, HKAECT-AECT Summer International Research Symposium 2017, Hong Kong.

2016       Member, Programme Committee, 16th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies – ICALT 2016, Austin, Texas, USA.

2015       Chair, Doctor of Education Accreditation Panel, Department of Education, Hong Kong Baptist University, August 2015.

2015       Member, Programme Committee, 15th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies -ICALT2015, Hualien, Taiwan.

2012      Member, Programme Committee, 5th Educational Psychology Forum 2012, Auckland, New Zealand.

2011      Co-chair, Programme Committee, International Conference on Computers in Education 2011, Thailand.

2010      Co-chair, Programme Committee, International Conference on Computers in Education 2010, Malaysia.

2009      Member, Programme Committee, International Conference on Computers in Education 2009, Hong Kong.

 

 

RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP

      Refereed Journals Articles

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Journals Articles1

 

 

PUBLICATION QUANTITY

Only Peer-Reviewed Journals Articles1

Summary Table

Overall Total2:

137

Total SSCI & A&HCI Articles2:

96

Mean Articles per Year3:

12.45

Mean SSCI Articles per Year3:

8.72

Total Citations4:

3859

Cumulative IF5:

151.78

H-Index4 (WOS6):

30 (15)

i-10 Index7:

67

1=Excludes other forms of publications e.g., conference papers, book chapters, etc.; 2=Includes in-press and accepted articles; 3=Year 2005 to 2016;

4= Google Scholar; 5= Five-year IF reported in 2015; 6= Web of Science;

7= Articles cited 10 times or more

 

 

PUBLICATION QUALITY

Indexed Journal Ranking

(Based on 2014 5-Year IF)

ISI List

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Σ

SSCI (Education)1

26

16

28

7

77

SSCI (Psychology, Multidisciplinary)2

2

1

4

2

9

SSCI (Psychology, Educational)3

0

2

4

0

6

SSCI (Social Sciences)4

0

3

0

0

3

Sub-Total

28

22

36

9

95

A&HCI5

1

1

Total

96

SSCI=Social Sciences Citation Index; A&HCI=Arts & Humanities Citation Index

1 Q1 <= 58/230; 2 Q1 <= 33/129; 3Q1 <=14/57; 4Q1 <= 23/93;

5Journals in this list are not assigned impact factors

PUBLICATION AUTHORSHIP*

(Whole Career)

Order

SSCI and AHCI

Peer-Reviewed

Total

Sole

33

22

55

First

37

10

47

Second

17

6

23

Third

9

3

12

Total

96

41

137

* Includes Published, Online, and Accepted articles.

(In Press & Accepted)

 

137.   Chen, P. H., Teo, T. & Zhou, M. (Accepted). Relationships between digital nativity, value orientation, and motivational interference among college students Learning and Individual Differences. Learning and Individual Differences. [2015 IF=1.631; 5-YEAR IF=2.220]

136.   Tan, C. S., & Teo, T. (Accepted). Psychometric Qualities of the Creative Process Engagement Scale in a Malaysian Undergraduate Sample. Swiss Journal of Psychology. [2015 IF=0.673; 5-YEAR IF=0.974]

135.   Chen, P. H., Teo, T. & Zhou, M. (Online). Effects of guided notes on enhancing college students' lecture note-taking quality and learning performance. Current Psychology. [2015 IF=0.644; 5-YEAR IF=0.859]

134.   Teo, T., Milutinovic, V., Zhou, M., & Bankovic, D. (Online). Comparing pre-service teachers’ Intentions to use computers for teaching Mathematics: Traditional vs. innovative uses. Interactive Learning Environments. [2015 IF=1.175; 5-YEAR IF=1.418]

133.   Teo, T., & Le Fevre, D. (Online). The development and validation of the Teachers’ Perception of Risk Scale (TPRS) in educational change. Current Psychology. [2015 IF=0.644; 5-YEAR IF=0.859]

132.   Teo, T., Zhou, M., & Noyes, J. (Online). Teachers and technology: Development of an extended Theory of Planned Behavior. Educational Technology Research & Development. [2015 IF=1.171; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

131.   L-Samarrae, H., Selim, H., Teo, T., & Zaqout, F. (Online). Isolation and distinctiveness in the design of online learning systems influence user preferences. Interactive Learning Environments. [2015 IF=1.175; 5-YEAR IF=1.418]

130.   Teo, T., & Zhou, M. (Online). The influence of teachers’ conceptions of teaching and learning on their technology acceptance. Interactive Learning Environments. [2015 IF=1.175; 5-YEAR IF=1.418]

129.   Zhou, M. M., Chan, K. K., Teo, T. (Accepted). Understanding Mathematics Teachers’ use of Dynamic Geometry Software in Macau. Educational Technology & Society. [2015 IF=1.104; 5-YEAR IF=1.472]

128.   Teo, T. (Online). Modelling Facebook usage among university students in Thailand: The role of emotional attachment in an extended technology acceptance model. Interactive Learning Environments. [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

127.   Teo, T., Kabakci Yurdakul, I., & Ursavas, O. (In Press). Exploring the digital natives among pre-service teachers in Turkey: A cross-cultural validation of the Digital Native Assessment Scale. Interactive Learning Environments. [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

126.   Rubie-Davies, C. M., Asil, M., & Teo, T. (Online). Assessing measurement invariance of the Student Personal Perception of Classroom Climate (SPPCC) across different ethnic groups. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. [2014 IF=1.054; 5-Year IF=1.612]

125.   Cheung, H. Y., Teo, T., & Hue, M. T. (Online). Modelling the relationships among emotional intelligence, sensation seeking and risk-taking attitudes of university students in Hong Kong. Journal of Risk Research. [2014 IF=0.935; 5-Year IF=1.358]

124.   Teo, T. (Online). Do digital natives differ by computer self-efficacy and experience? An empirical study. Interactive Learning Environments. [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

123.   Tarhini, A., Teo. T., & Tarhini, T. (Online). A cross-cultural validity of the E-learning Acceptance Measure (ElAM) in Lebanon and England: A confirmatory factor analysis. Education and Information Technologies.

 

(Published)

 

122.   Teo, T., Cheung, H. Y., & Kam, C. (2016). Validation of a Chinese version of the Psychological Sense of School Membership (C-PSSM): Tests of measurement invariance and latent mean differences. Current Psychology, 35(1), 83-91. [2015 IF=0.644; 5-YEAR IF=0.859]

121.   Teo, T., Milutinovic, V., & Zhou, M. (2016). Modelling Serbian pre-service teachers' attitudes towards computer use: A SEM and MIMIC approach. Computers and Education, 94, 77–88. [2015 IF=2.881; 5-YEAR IF=3.771]

120.   Hoi, C. K. W., Teo, T., & Zhou, M. (2015). Media and information literacy among Macau university students: An initial study. Journal of Communication and Education, 2(2), 26–37.

119.   Wong, K. T., Teo, T., & Goh, P. (2015). Understanding the intention to use interactive whiteboards: Model development and testing. Interactive Learning Environments, 23(6), 731-747. [2015 IF=1.175; 5-YEAR IF=1.418]

118.   Sun, X. H., Teo, T., & Chan, T. C. (2015). Application of the Open-class Approach to Pre-service Teacher Training in Macau: A Qualitative Assessment. Research Papers in Education, 30(5), 567-584. [2014 IF=0.562; 5-YEAR IF=0.731]

117.   Schrerer, R., Siddiq, F., & Teo, T. (2015). Becoming more specific: Measuring and modeling teachers' perceived usefulness of ICT in the context of teaching and learning. Computers and Education, 88, 202-214. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

116.   Teo, T., & Milutinovic, V. (2015). Modelling the intention to use technology for teaching mathematics among pre-service teachers in Serbia. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 31(4), 363-380. [2014 IF=0.648; 5-YEAR IF=1.006]

115.   Teo, T. (2015). Comparing pre-service and in-service teachers' acceptance of technology: Assessment of measurement invariance and latent mean differences. Computers and Education, 83, 22-31. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

114.   Teo, T., & Jarupunphol, P. (2015). Dhammic Technology Acceptance Model (DTAM): Extending the TAM using a condition of attachment in Buddhism. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 52(1), 133-148. [2014 IF=0.670; 5-Year IF=0.804]

113.   Teo, T., Fan, X., & Du, J. (2015). Technology acceptance among pre-service teachers: Does gender matter? Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 31(3), 235-251. [2014 IF=0.648; 5-YEAR IF=1.006]

112.   van Schaik, P., Wong, S. L., & Teo, T. (2015). Questionnaire layout and national culture in online psychometrics. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 73, 52–65. [2014 IF=1.293; 5-YEAR IF=1.830]

111.   Teo, T., & Kam, C. (2014). A measurement invariance analysis of the General Self-Efficacy Scale (GSES) on two different cultures. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 32(8), 762-767. [2014 IF=1.054; 5-Year IF=1.612]

110.   Teo, T., Khlaisang, J., Thammetar, T., Ruangrit, N., Satiman, A., & Sunphakitjumnong, K. (2014). A survey of pre-service teachers' acceptance of technology in Thailand. Asia Pacific Education Review, 15(4), 609–616. [2014 IF=0.839; 5-YEAR IF=0.979]

109.   Wong, K. T., Teo, T., & Goh, P. (2014). Development of the Interactive Whiteboard Acceptance Scale (IWBAS): An initial study. Educational Technology & Society, 17(4), 268-277. [2014 IF=1.018; 5-YEAR IF=1.376]

108.   Teo, T., & Kam, C. (2014). Validity of the Internet Addiction Test for Adolescents and Older Children (IAT-A): Tests of measurement invariance and latent mean differences. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 32(7), 624–637. [2014 IF=1.054; 5-Year IF=1.612]

107.   Asil, M., Teo, T., & Noyes, J. (2014). The validation and measurement invariance of the Computer Attitude Measure for Young Students (CAMYS). Journal of Educational Computing Research, 51(1), 49–69. [2014 IF=0.670; 5-Year IF=0.804]

106.   Teo, T., & Zhou, M. M. (2014). Explaining the intention to use technology among university students: A structural equation modeling approach. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 26(2), 124–142. [2014 IF=0.909]

105.   Teo, T., Ruangrit, N., Khlaisang, J., Thammetar, T., & Sunphakitjumnong, K. (2014). Exploring elearning acceptance among university students in Thailand: A national survey. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 50(4), 493–510. [2014 IF=0.670; 5-Year IF=0.804]

104.   Teo, T. (2014). Unpacking teachers' acceptance of technology: Tests of measurement invariance and latent mean differences. Computers & Education, 75, 127–135. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

103.   Teo, T., & Noyes, J. (2014). Explaining the intention to use technology among pre-service teachers: a multi-group analysis of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT). Interactive Learning Environments, 22(1), 51–66. [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

102.   Teo, T. (2014). Preservice teachers' satisfaction with e-learning. Social Behavior and Personality, 42(1), 3–6. [2014 IF=0.366; 5-YEAR IF=0.488]

101.   Teo, T. (2013). ‘Digital Nativity': A definitional framework. World Journal of Educational Technology, 5(3), 389–394.

100.   Teo, T. (2013). Online and paper-based survey data: Are they equivalent? British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(6), E196–E198. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

99.     Hosam, A., Teo, T., & Abbas, M. (2013). Can structured representation enhance students' thinking skills for better understanding of E-learning content? Computers & Education, 69, 463–473. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

98.     Teo, T., & Fan, X. (2013). Coefficient Alpha and beyond: Issues and alternatives for educational research. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 22(2), 209–213. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

97.     Teo, T. (2013). A comparison of non-nested models in explaining teachers' intention to use technology. British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(3), E81–E84. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

96.     Teo, T. (2013). An initial development and validation of a Digital Natives Assessment Scale (DNAS). Computers & Education, 67, 51–57. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

95.     Wong, K. T., Teo, T., & Russo, S. (2013). Interactive whiteboard acceptance: Applicability of the UTAUT Model among student teachers. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 22(1), 1–10. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

94.     Teo, T. (2013). Examining the psychometric properties of the Epistemic Belief Inventory (EBI). Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 31(1), 72–79. [2014 IF=1.054; 5-YEAR IF=1.612]

93.     Teo, T., & Wong, S. L. (2013). Modeling key drivers of e-learning satisfaction among student teachers. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 48(1), 71–95. [2014 IF=0.670; 5-Year IF=0.804]

92.     Teo, T. (2013). Influences of contextual variables on the intention to use technology in education: A latent variable modeling approach. Campus-Wide Information Systems. 30(2), 95–105.

91.     Wong, K. T., Teo, T., & Russo, S. (2012). Influence of gender and computer teaching efficacy on computer acceptance among Malaysian student teachers: An extended Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 28(7), 1190–1207. [2014 IF=0.648; 5-YEAR IF=1.006]

90.     Teo, T., & Chai, C. S. (2012). A cross-cultural validation of the Epistemic Belief Inventory (EBI). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 21(3), 618–624. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

89.     Teo, T., & Ursavas, O. F. (2012). Technology acceptance of pre-service teachers in Turkey: A cross-cultural model validation study. International Journal of Instructional Media, 39(3), 187–195.

88.     Teo, T. (2012). Proposing a model to explain teachers' intention to use technology: Identifying constructs and formulating hypotheses. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 8(3), 22–27.

87.     Teo, T. (2012). Measurement invariance of self-reported data across gender: A study of technology acceptance. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 11(1), 43–54.

86.     Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2012). Assessing the factorial validity of the Metacognitive Awareness Inventory (MAI) in an Asian country: A confirmatory factor analysis. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 10(2), 92–103.

85.     Teo, T. (2012). Modelling the influences of beliefs on pre-service teachers' attitudes towards computer use. Invited article. European Journal of Educational Research, 1(1), 13–22.

84.     Teo, T. (2012). Examining the intention to use technology among pre-service teachers: An integration of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Interactive Learning Environments, 20(1), 3–18. [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

83.     Teo, T. (2012). Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) with applications in educational technology research: A non-technical introduction. International Journal of Instructional Media, 39(1), 87–94.

82.     Teo, T., Ursavas, O. F., & Bahcekapili, E. (2012). An assessment of pre-service teachers' technology acceptance in Turkey: A structural equation modeling approach. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 21(1), 191–202. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

81.     Teo, T., & van Schaik, P. (2012). Understanding the intention to use technology by pre-service teachers: An empirical test of competing theoretical models. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 28(3), 178–188. [2014 IF=0.850; 5-YEAR IF=1.291]

80.     Teo, T. (2012). Assessing the use of MIMIC modeling to identify factors that impact on in-service teachers' intention to use technology. International Journal of Instructional Media, 39(1), 33–37.

79.     Chai, C. S., Wong, K. S. B., & Teo, T. (2011). Singaporean pre-service teachers' beliefs about epistemology, teaching and learning, and technology. Teacher Development, 15(4), 485–495.

78.     Teo, T., & Tan, L. (2011). The Theory of Planned behavior (TPB) and pre-service teachers' technology acceptance: A validation study using structural equation modelling. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 20(1), 89–104.

77.     Teo, T., Wong, S. L., Thammetar, T., & Chattiwat, W. (2011). Assessing e-learning acceptance by university students in Thailand. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(8), 1356–1368. [2014 IF=0.648; 5-YEAR IF=1.006]

76.     Teo, T. (2011). Towards greater precision in latent construct measurement: What's the Rasch? British Journal of Educational Technology, 42(6), E122–E124. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

75.     Lee, C. B., & Teo, T. (2011). Shifting pre-service teachers' metacognition through problem solving. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 20(3), 570–578. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

74.     Bulut, M., Teo, T., Usak, M., Yilmaz, H., Aydogdu, M., & Kubiatko, M. (2011). Pre-service teachers' technology acceptance in Turkey: An exploratory study. Technics Technologies Education Management, 6(3), 719–727.

73.     Teo, T. (2011). Continuing the intention-usage debate in technology acceptance research: An empirical study. International Journal of Instructional Media, 38(4), 327–334.

72.     Teo, T. (2011). Factors influencing teachers' intention to use technology:  Model development and test. Computers & Education, 57, 2432–2440. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

71.     Teo, T. (2011). Considering common method variance in educational technology research. British Journal of Educational Technology, 42(5), E94–E96. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

70.     Teo, T. (2011). Measuring gender differences in technology acceptance: A measurement invariance analysis. International Journal of Instructional Media, 38(3), 245–252.

69.     Teo, T., Koh, N. K., & Lee, C. B. (2011). Teachers' intention to teach financial literacy in Singapore: A path analysis of an extended Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 20(2), 410–419. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

68.     Teo, T., & Chai, C. S. (2011). Confirmatory factor analysis of the Epistemic Belief Inventory (EBI): A cross-cultural study. The International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 9(1), 1–13.

67.     Lee, C. B., & Teo, T. (2011). An exploratory study on pre-service teachers' perceptions of the differences between knowledge and belief. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 20(1), 93–102. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

66.     Teo, T. (2011). Using structural equation modeling (SEM) in educational research: Practices and Issues. International Journal of Applied Educational Studies, 10(1), 49–65.

65.     Teo, T. (2011). Assessing the cross-cultural validity study of the E-learning Acceptance Measure (ElAM): A structural equation modeling approach. The International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 8(2), 43–53.

64.     Teo, T. (2011). Basic concepts of Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) for educational technology research. British Journal of Educational Technology, 42(3), E51–E53. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

63.     Ursavas, O. F., & Teo, T. (2011). A multivariate analysis of the effect of gender on computer anxiety among elementary school teachers. British Journal of Educational Technology, 42(2), E19–E20. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

62.     Teo, T., & Noyes, J. (2011). An assessment of the influence of perceived enjoyment and attitude on the intention to use technology among pre-service teachers: A structural equation modelling approach. Computers & Education, 57(2), 1645–1653.[2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

61.     Teo, T. (2011). Modeling the determinants of pre-service teachers' perceived usefulness of e-learning. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 28(2), 124–140.

60.     Teo, T. (2011). Influence of user characteristics on teachers' intention to use technology: Some research evidence. International Journal of Instructional Media, 38(1), 7–16.

59.     Teo, T., Ursavas, O. F., & Bahcekapili, E. (2011). Efficiency of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to explain pre-service teachers' intention to use technology: a Turkish study. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 28(2), 93–101.

58.     Lee, C. B., Jonassen, D., & Teo, T. (2011). The role of model building in problem solving and conceptual change. Interactive Learning Environments, 19(3), 1–19. [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

57.     Ng, K. H., Lee, C. B., Teo, T. (2010). The role of self-questioning: Problem solving in a security organisation. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 27(1), 1–14. [2013 IF=0.474]

56.     Teo, T. (2010). A structural equation modelling of factors influencing student teachers' satisfaction with e-learning. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), E150–E152. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

55.     Teo, T. (2010). Using structural equation modeling (SEM) in educational technology research: Issues and guidelines. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), E117–E119 [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681].

54.     Teo, T. (2010). Measuring the effect of gender on computer attitudes among pre-service teachers: A multiple indicators, multiple causes (MIMIC) modeling. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 27(4), 227–239.

53.     Teo, T. (2010). Validation of the Technology Acceptance Measure for Pre-Service Teachers (TAMPST) on a Malaysian sample: A cross-cultural study. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal, 4(3), 163–172.

52.     Teo, T. & Koh, J. H. L. (2010). Assessing the dimensionality of computer self-efficacy among pre-service teachers in Singapore: A structural equation modeling approach. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 6(3), 7–18.

51.     Jacobson, M. J., So, H. J., Teo, T., Lee, J., Pathak, S., & Lossman, H. G. (2010). Epistemology and learning: Impact on pedagogical practices and technology use in Singapore schools. Computers & Education. 55, 1694–1706. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

50.     Teo, T., Tan, S. C., Lee, C. B., Chai, C. S., Koh, J. H. L., Chen. W. L., & Cheah, H. M. (2010). The Self-Directed Learning with Technology Scale (SDLTS) for young students: An initial development and validation. Computers & Education, 55, 1764–1771. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

49.     Lee, C. B., Teo, T., & Chai, C. S. (2010). Profiling pre-service teachers' awareness and regulation of their own thinking: Evidence from an Asian country. Teacher Development, 14(3), 295–306.

48.     Teo, T. (2010). Explaining the intention to use technology among volitional users in education: An evaluation of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) using structural equation modeling. International Journal of Instructional Media, 37(4), 379–389.

47.     Teo, T. (2010). An empirical study to validate the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) in explaining the intention to use technology among educational users. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education. 6(4), 1–12.

46.     Teo, T. (2010). An Introduction to the use of structural equation modeling (SEM) in educational technology research. International Journal of Instructional Media, 37(3), 262–272.

45.     Teo, T. (2010). A Cross-Cultural Validation of the Selwyn's Computer Attitude Scale (CAS). International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 6(2), 36–46.

44.     Teo, T. (2010). The development, validation, and analysis of measurement invariance of the Technology Acceptance Measure for Pre-Service Teachers (TAMPST). Educational and Psychological Measurement, 70(6), 990–1006. [2014 IF=1.154; 5-YEAR IF=1.514]

43.     Teo, T. (2010). Establishing gender structural invariance of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher. 19(2), 311–320. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

42.     Teo, T., & Noyes, J. (2010). Exploring attitudes towards computer use among pre-service teachers from Singapore and the UK: A multi-group invariance test of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Multicultural Education & Technology Journal. 4(2), 126–135.

41.     Chai, C. S., Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2010). Modelling the relationships among beliefs about learning, knowledge, and teaching of pre-service teachers in Singapore. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 19(1), 25–42. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

40.     Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2010). Explaining the intention to use technology among student teachers: An application of the Theory of Planned behavior (TPB). Campus-Wide Information Systems, 27(2), 60­–67.

39.     Teo, T. (2010). Gender differences in the intention to use technology: A measurement invariance analysis. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), E120–123. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

38.     Teo, T. (2010). Examining the influence of subjective norm and facilitating conditions on the intention to use technology among pre-service teachers: A structural equation modeling of an extended Technology Acceptance Model. Asia Pacific Education Review, 11(2), 253–262. [2014 IF=0.839; 5-YEAR IF=0.979]

37.     Teo, T. (2010). A path analysis of pre-service teachers' attitudes to computer use: Applying and extending the Technology Acceptance Model in an educational context. Interactive Learning Environments, 18(1), 65–79 [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643].

36.     Teo, T. (2010). Development and validation of the E-learning Acceptance Measure (ElAM). Internet and Higher Education, 13, 148–152. [2014 IF=2.463; 5-YEAR IF=2.903]

35.     Teo, T. (2010). A case for using structural equation modelling (SEM) in educational technology research. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41, E89–E91 [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

34.     Teo, T. (2010). Structural equation modelling: A primer for music education researchers. Music Education Research, 12(1). 105118. [2014 IF=0.145; 5-YEAR IF=0.398]

33.     Lee, C. B., Teo, T., & Bergin, D. (2009). Children's use of metacognition in solving everyday problem: An initial study from an Asian content. Australian Educational Researcher, 36(3), 89–104. [2014 IF=0.438; 5-YEAR IF=0.553]

32.     Chai, C. S., & Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2009). The change in epistemological beliefs and beliefs about teaching and learning: A study among pre-service teachers. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 37(4), 351–362. [2014 IF=0.717; 5-YEAR IF=0.886]

31.     Teo, T. (2009). Evaluating the intention to use technology among student teachers: A structural equation modeling approach. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 5(2), 106–118.

30.     Teo, T. (2009). Assessing the factorial validity of the Computer Attitude Scale (CAS) using a Singaporean sample: A confirmatory factor analysis. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 18(2), 297–306. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

29.     Teo, T., Lee, C. B., Chai, C. S., & Wong, S. L. (2009). Assessing the intention to use technology among pre-service teachers in Singapore and Malaysia: A multigroup invariance analysis of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Computers & Education, 53, 1000–1009 [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227].

28.     Wong, S. L., & Teo, T. (2009). Investigating the technology acceptance among student teachers in Malaysia: An application of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 18(2), 261–272. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

27.     Teo, T. (2009). Examining the relationship between student teachers' self-efficacy beliefs and their intended uses of technology for teaching: A structural equation modelling approach. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 8(4), 7–16. [2011 IF=1.016]

26.     Teo, T., Lee, C. B., Chai, C. S., & Choy, D. (2009). Modelling pre-service teachers' perceived usefulness of an ICT- based student-centred learning (SCL) curriculum: A Singapore study. Asia Pacific Education Review, 10(4), 535–545. [2014 IF=0.839; 5-YEAR IF=0.979]

25.     Teo, T., & Schaik, P. van (2009). Understanding technology acceptance among pre-service teachers: a structural-equation modeling approach. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 18(1), 47–66. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

24.     Chai, C. S., Hong, H. Y., Teo, T. (2009). Singaporean and Taiwanese pre-service teachers' beliefs and their attitude towards ICT use: A comparative study. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 18(1), 117–128. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

23.     Wang, Y. Q., Teo, T., & Woo, H. L. (2009). An integrated framework for designing Web-based constructivist Learning Environments. International Journal of Instructional Media, 36(1), 81–91.

22.     Teo, T. (2009). The impact of subjective norm and facilitating conditions on pre-service teachers' attitude towards computer use: A structural equation modeling of an extended Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 40(1), 89–109. [2014 IF=0.670; 5-Year IF=0.804]

21.     Teo, T. (2009). Modelling technology acceptance in education: A study of pre-service teachers. Computers & Education, 52(1), 302–312. [2014 IF=2.556; 5-YEAR IF=3.227]

20.     Teo, T. (2009). Is there an attitude problem? Reconsidering the role of attitude in the TAM. British Journal of Educational Technology. 40(6), 1139–1141. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

19.     Lee, C. B., Chai, C. S., Teo, T., & Chen, V. (2008). Preparing pre-service teachers' for the integration of ICT based student-centred learning (SCL) curriculum. Journal of Education, 13, 15–28.

18.     Teo, T., Wong, S. L., & Chai, C. S. (2008). A cross-cultural examination of the intention to use technology between Singaporean and Malaysian pre-service teachers: an application of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Educational Technology & Society, 11(4), 265–280. [2014 IF=1.018; 5-YEAR IF=1.376]

17.     Teo, T., Hargreaves, D., & Lee, J. (2008). Musical preference, identification, and familiarity: A multicultural comparison of secondary students from Singapore and the United Kingdom. Journal of Research in Music Education, 56(1), 18–32. [AHCI]

16.     Teo, T. & Chai, C. S. (2008). Confirmatory factor analysis of the Conception for Teaching and Learning Questionnaire (CTLQ). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 17(2), 215–224. [2014 IF=0.737; 5-YEAR IF=0.818]

15.     Teo, T., & Noyes, J. (2008). Development and validation of a Computer Attitude Measure for Young Students (CAMYS). Computers in Human Behavior, 24(6), 2659–2667. [2014 IF=2.694; 5-YEAR IF=3.624]

14.     Teo, T. (2008). Pre-service teachers' attitude towards computer use: A Singapore survey. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 24(4), 413–424. [2014 IF=0.648; 5-YEAR IF=1.006]

13.     Teo, T., Chai, C. S., Hung, D., & Lee, C. B. (2008). Beliefs about teaching and uses of technology among pre-service teachers. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 36(2), 163–174. [2014 IF=0.717; 5-YEAR IF=0.886]

12.     Teo, T., Lee, C. B., & Chai, C. S. (2008). Understanding pre-service teachers' computer attitudes: Applying and extending the Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 24(2), 128–143. [2014 IF=1.360; 5-YEAR IF=2.192]

11.     Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2008). Attitudes towards computers among students in higher education: A case study in Singapore. British Journal of Educational Technology, 39(1), 160–162. [2014 IF=1.318; 5-YEAR IF=1.681]

10.     Teo, T. (2008). Assessing the computer attitudes of students: an Asian perspective. Computers in Human Behavior, 24(4), 1634–1642. [2014 IF=2.694; 5-YEAR IF=3.624]

9.       Teo, T. (2007). Perceived importance, enjoyment, and anxiety as correlates of computer attitudes. Psychological Reports, 100(1), 127–135. [2014 IF=0.560; 5-YEAR IF=0.592]

8.       Wong, S. L., Teo, T., Mohd Ayub, A. F., & Atan, H. (2006). Patterns and purposes of computer usage: A preliminary study among student teachers at Universiti Putra Malaysia. Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology, 3(3).

7.       Teo, T. (2006). The influence of user characteristics on technology acceptance by teachers: A literature review. Journal of Interactive Instruction Development. 18(4), 11–14.

6.       Teo, T. (2006). Attitudes toward computers: A study of post-secondary students in Singapore. Interactive Learning Environments. 14(1), 17–24. [2014 IF=1.323; 5-YEAR IF=1.643]

5.       Teo, T. (2006). Factors affecting gender differences in attitudes towards computers among students. Educational Research and Review, 1(1), 7–11.

4.       Chai, S. C., Khine, M. S., & Teo, T. (2006). Epistemological beliefs on teaching and learning: A survey among pre-service teachers in Singapore. Educational Media International, 43(4), 285–298.

3.       Teo, T. (2005). Relationship of Selected Listener Variables and Musical Preference of Young Students in Singapore. Music Education Research, 7(3), 349–362. [2014 IF=0.145; 5-YEAR IF=0.398]

2.       Teo, T. (2004). Non-Western music: An Overview. Research Perspectives in Music Education. 28–30.

1.       Teo, T. (2003). Relationship of selected musical characteristics and musical preference (a review of literature). Visions of Research in Music Education, 3, 38–51.

 

Manuscripts under Revision/Review (Total=16)

 

11.     Mei, B., Brown, G., & Teo, T. (3rd revision). Towards an understanding of Mainland Chinese pre-service EFL teachers’ adoption of CALL 2.0. Computer Assisted Language Learning. [SSCI]

10.     Du, J, Teo. T., Zhou, M. M., & Fan, X. (under review). Modeling the antecedents of technology distractions among Chinese Physics students. Educational Technology and Society [SSCI]

9.  Zhou, M., Teo, T., & Hoi, C. (under review). Validation of a simplified Chinese version of the 3x2 Achievement Goal Questionnaire (AGQ-S). Journal Psychoeducational Assessment. [SSCI]

8.  Teo, T. (under review). Students and teachers’ intention to use technology: Assessing their measurement equivalence and structural invariance. Interactive Learning Environments. [SSCI]

7.  Lu, L., Gao, X. S., & Teo, T. (1st Revision). Intercultural Orientations as Japanese Language learners’ Motivation in Mainland China. Critical Enquiry in Language Studies.

6.  Teo, T., & Zhou, M. (under review). Understanding the drivers to use technology among    university students: A path analysis. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology [SSCI]

5.  Zhou, M., & Teo, T. (under review). Student voice in teacher’s motivation to use ICT in education: Evidence from a developing country. Journal of Educational Computing Research. [SSCI]

4.  Hu, B. Y., Teo, T., Nie, Y. Y., & Wu, Z. L. (under review). Classroom Quality and Chinese Preschool Children's Approaches to Learning. Learning and Individual Differences. [SSCI]

3.  Teo, T., Hoi, K. W., & Zhou, M. (under review). Development and Validation of the Behavioral Regulation for Teaching Questionnaire (BRTQ). Journal of Experimental Education. [SSCI]

2.  Teo, T., Doleck, T., & Bazelais, P. (under review). The role of attachment in Facebook usage: A study of Canadian college students. Interactive Learning Environments. [SSCI]

1.  Hu, B. Y., Johnson, G. K. Teo, T., & Wu, Z. L. (under review). Relationship between Screen Time and Chinese Children’s Development. Journal of Educational Research. [SSCI]

 

Examples of Manuscripts under Preparation (Total=14)

13.    A latent growth modelling of digital nativity among university students (Individual project)

12.    Mulitlevel modelling of teacher music competencies in the Greater China region (with UM and Mainland collaborators)

11.    Developing a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) System to enhance 21st century skills in learning and innovation (with Thailand collaborators)

10.    Music listening preferences: A EEG examination (with UM collaborators)

9.      Cross-cultural validity of the Digital Native Assessment Scale (with Turkish collaborators)

8.      Gender differences, culture, and social Influence on internet acceptance among academics (with Malaysian and Jordanian collaborators)

7.      Development of a brief version of the Metacognitive Awareness Inventory (with UM and Australian collaborators)

6.        The relationships between digital nativity, value orientation, and motivational interference among college students (with Taiwanese collaborators)

5.      A study of teachers conception of assessment in Mainland China (with Hong Kong collaborators)

4.      Pre-service teachers technology acceptance: A Singapore-Hong Kong study (with Hong Kong collaborators)

3.      Meta-analysis of the application of uses and gratifications theory in educational technology (with Mainland China collaborators)

2.      Validation of the Creative Process Engagement Scale among undergraduates. (with Malaysian collaborators)

1.      Measuring the technology acceptance among undergraduates in Macau: A cross-sectional study. (with UM collaborators)

 

Books and Chapters (Total=15)

15.    Tsai, L. T., Yang, C. C., & Teo, T. (2014). Inferring the Accuracy of Categorical Questionnaires When Group Membership is Unknown. In J. Wang (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization. Hershey, PA: IGI Global

14.    Teo, T. (Ed.). (2013). Handbook of quantitative methods in educational research. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

13.    Teo, T., Tsai, L. T., & Yang, C. C. (2013). Applying structural equation modeling (SEM) in educational research: an introduction. In M.S. Khine (Ed.). Applications of Structural equation modeling in educational research and practice. Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

12.    Teo, T. (Ed.). (2011). Technology acceptance in education: Research and issues. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

11.    Teo, T. (2011). Technology Acceptance Research in Education. In Teo, T. (Ed.), Technology acceptance in education: Research and issues (pp. 1-8). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

10.    Teo, T. (2011). Modelling technology acceptance among pre-service teachers. In Teo, T. (Ed.), Technology acceptance in education: Research and issues (pp. 79-100). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

9.      Wong, S. L., & Teo, T. (2011). Student teachers' acceptance of computer technology: An application of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). In Teo, T. (Ed.), Technology acceptance in education: Research and issues (pp. 43-62). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

8.      Developed the "Structural Equation Modelling"- a 4th Year Honours Degree course offered by SIM University, Singapore. (2009)

7.      Lee, C.B., & Teo, T. (2009). Fostering self-directed learning with ICT. In C.S. Chai & Q.Y. Wang (Eds.), ICT for self-directed and collaborative learning (pp. 40-52). Singapore: Pearson.

6.      Teo, T., & Lee, C.B. (2009). Technology for assessment. In C.S. Chai & Q.Y. Wang (Eds.), ICT for self-directed and collaborative learning (pp. 155-165). Singapore: Pearson.

5.      Khine, M. S., Lourdusamy, A., Chai, C. S., & Teo, T. (2009). Pre-service teachers' epistemological and pedagogical readiness for constructivist-oriented educational reform. In C. P. Lim, K. Cock, G. Lock, and C. Brook (Eds.), Innovation Practices in Pre-Service Teacher Education: An Asia-Pacific Perspective (pp. 39-52), Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

4.      Teo, T., & Khine, M. S. (2009). Modeling educational research: The way forward. In T. Teo, & M. S. Khine (Eds.). Structural Equation Modeling in Educational Research: Concepts and Applications (pp. 3-10). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

3.      Teo, T., & Khine, M. S. (Eds.) (2009). Structural Equation Modeling in Educational Research: Concepts and Applications. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

2.      Teo, T. & Noyes, J. (2009). Teachers' use of information and communications technology (ICT). In M. Pagani (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking, Second Edition (pp. 1359-1365), Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

1.      Teo, T. (2006). Evaluation of the impact of ICT in education. In M. Khine (ed.), Teaching with Technology: Strategies for Engaging Learners. Singapore: Prentice-Hall.

 

Keynotes/Invited Talks/Lectures (Total=31)

36.    Teo, T. (6 July, 2016). Publishing in competitive Journals: What, why, how, and what. Faculty of Education Sciences, East China Normal University, China.

35.    Teo, T. (27 June, 2016). Publishing in competitive Journals: What do they look for? Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education, Thammasat University, Thailand.

34.    Teo, T. (16 June, 2016). Drivers of Pre-Service Teachers’ Intention to Use Technology: Some Research Evidence. Rethinking Education, Reimagining ASEAN: An International Symposium, 15-16 June 2016, Thailand.

33.    Teo, T. (16 May, 2016). Applications of advanced quantitative methods in technology acceptance research. 10th International Computer & Instructional Technologies Symposium (ICITS 2016), 16 –18 May 2016, Turkey.

32.    Teo, T. (29 March, 2016). A Brief Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia.

31.    Teo, T. (28 March, 2016). Writing for SSCI Journals: What Editors Look For? Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia.

30.    Teo, T. (14 March, 2016). Writing for Publication in Competitive Journals. Southwest University, Chongqing, Mainland China.

29.    Teo, T. (14 November 2015). Acceptance of technology among pre-service teachers: What the research says? International Consulting Meeting on ICT in Higher Education, Shenzhen. China.

28.    Teo, T. (17 September 2015). Issues and advances in quantitative methods in ICT in education research. Hong Kong Baptist University.

27.    Teo, T. (21 August, 2015). On Good Research: Educational Research and Publications. Beijing Normal University, China.

26.    Teo, T. (10 June, 2015). Structural Equation Modeling for Music Education Research. National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan.

25.    Teo, T. (25 May, 2015). Employing Advanced Quantitative Methods in Educational Technology Research: Issues and Challenges. Southwest University, Chongqing, Mainland China.

24.    Teo, T. (7 April, 2015). Academic Publishing: Why and How. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia.

23.    Teo, T. (7 April, 2015). Quantitative Methods: Instrument Development and Validation. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia.

22.    Teo, T. (3 April, 2015). Quality thesis writing: An examiner’s perspective. Faculty of Educational Studies. Universiti Putra Malaysia.

21.    Teo, T. (10 Dec, 2104). Educational Technology and Technology Adoption Research. Forum on The Changing Face of Educational Technology and the Next 25 Years, HKAECT 2014 Conference, University of Hong Kong, China SAR.

20.    Teo, T. (3 Oct 2014). Writing Publishable Manuscripts, Thailand Cyber University, Bangkok, Thailand.

19.    Teo, T. (19 Sept, 2014). Advanced Quantitative Methods: Some Observations from an Editor, Author, and Reviewer, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong.

18.    Teo, T. (20 June, 2014). ICT for curriculum and instruction: Why some people use it and others don’t. Faculty of Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

17.    Teo, T. (30 May, 2014). Funian Lecture on Quantitative research methods and publishing in SSCI journals: Perspectives from an Editor and Author. Institute of Higher Education, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.

16.    Teo, T. (24 April, 2014). The 21th Century Skills: Implications for teachers and students. College of Education, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines.

15.    Teo, T. (28 Feb, 2014). Publishing in competitive journals: What are the expectations? Faculty of Education, University of Macau, China SAR.

14.    Teo, T. (25 July, 2013). Blended learning: What, why, and how? New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine, Auckland, New Zealand.

13.    Teo, T. (25 April. 2013). Structural equation modelling for applied research. Department of Education, Pingtung University of Education, Taiwan.

12.    Teo, T. (23 April, 2013). Correlates of self-efficacy. Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling, Pingtung University of Education, Taiwan.

11.    Teo, T. (6 Feb, 2013). Educational research: Current issues and trends. College of Education, De La Salle University, Philippines.

10.    Teo, T. (1 Nov, 2012). Developing instruments for educational research. Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong, Australia.

9.      Teo, T. (31 Oct, 2012). Measurement invariance in educational research. Interdisciplinary Educational Research Institute, University of Wollongong, Australia.

8.      Teo, T. (10 Oct, 2012). Cross-cultural measurement invariance: What is it and why do we need it? School of Psychology, University of Teesside, United Kingdom.

7.      Teo, T. (24 Aug, 2012). Understanding the role and value of quantitative research in education. Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

6.      Teo, T. (11 Aug, 2012). Publishing in academic journals. International Conference on Educational Measurement and Evaluation (ICEME2012), Manila, Philippines.

5.      Teo, T. (9 Aug, 2012). Cross-cultural measurement invariance: What is it and why we need it? International Conference on Educational Measurement and Evaluation (ICEME2012), Manila, Philippines.

4.      Teo, T. (14 Jan, 2011). Determinants of e-learning acceptance: Some research evidence. International e-Learning Conference, Bangkok, Muang Thong Thani, Thailand.

3.      Teo, T. (13 Jan, 2011). Acceptance of E-Learning: Models and Theories. International e-Learning Conference. Muang Thong Thani, Thailand.

2.      Teo, T. (26 Aug, 2010). Using Structural Equation Modelling for Educational Research. 40th Anniversary Conference of the Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University, Thailand.

1.      Teo, T. (16 July, 2005). Internet Tools for Music Educators. Music Technology Conference. RELC.

 

Conference Presentations (Total=21)

23.    Teo, T., & Huang, F. (2016). Technology use among EFL teachers in China: A glimpse of the literature. 2016 International Conference on Applied Social Science and Information Technology (ASSIT 2016). 24-25 July, Bangkok, Thailand.

22.    Teo, T., & Hoi, C. K. W. (2016). Validation of the Digital Native Assessment Scale (DNAS): A study of Macau university students. Paper presented at the 2016 Taiwan International Conference on Education and Psychology (ICEP 2016), 13 - 15 January 2016, Taipei, Taiwan.

21.    Hoi, C. K. W., Zhou, M. M., & Teo, T. (2015).  Assessing teachers' sense of efficacy in 21st century skills teaching and teaching regulation: An initial study. Paper presentation at the Assessment for Learning in Higher Education 2015 International Conference, 14 to 15 May 2015, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China SAR.

20.    Hoi, K. W., Teo, T., & Zhou, M. M. (2014). A study of the Media and Information Literacy among Macau University Students: An initial study. Paper presentation at the HKAECT 2014 Conference, 8 to 10 December 2014, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China SAR.

19.    Chen, W., Teo, T., & Santamaría, L. J. (2013). Social presence of blended learning: collaborative learning online and offline. Paper presentation at Social Psychology of the Classroom International Conference. 15-18 July 2013, Auckland, New Zealand.

18.    Lee, C. B., Quek, C. L., Teo, T. (2012). The role of intentional knowing in learning with technology. International Conference of the Learning Sciences. Sydney, Australia, 2-6 July 2012.

17.    Teo, T. & Lee, C. B. (2010). Examining the efficacy of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to understand pre-service teachers' intention to use technology.. In C.H. Steel, M.J. Keppell, P. Gerbic & S. Housego (Eds.) Curriculum, technology & transformation for an unknown future (pp. 968-972). Sydney: Ascilite.

16.    Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2010). Predicting in-service teachers; use of technology: Applying multiple indicators, multiple cases (mimic) modelling. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on International Higher Education. Perth, Australia. 29 November to 1 December 2010.

15.    Lee, C. B., & Teo, T. (2010). An exploratory study on pre-service teachers' perceptions of the difference between knowledge and belief: Implications for higher education. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on International Higher Education. Perth, Australia. 29 November to 1 December 2010.

14.    Ang, K. C., Tan, S. C., Teo, T. (2009). Investigating the conception of teachers on assessment. Educational Research Association of Singapore Conference, Singapore, 19 to 20 November 2009.

13.    Wong, S. L., & Teo, T. (2009). Determinants of the Intention to Use Technology: Comparison between Malaysian and Singaporean female student teachers. The 17th International Conference on Computers in Education, Hong Kong, Nov 30 to Dec 4, 2009.

12.    Lee, C. B., Chai, C. S., & Teo, T. (2008). An Initial Study on the Influences of Problem Solving in Children. The 16th International Conference on Computers in Education, Taipei, Taiwan, 27 to 31 October 2008.

11.    Wong, S. L., & Teo, T. (2008). Predicting Technology Acceptance among Student Teachers in Malaysia: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach. The 16th International Conference on Computers in Education, Taipei, Taiwan, 27 to 31 October 2008.

10.    Chai, C. S., Hong, H. Y., & Teo, T. (2008). Singaporean and Taiwanese pre-service teachers' beliefs and their attitude towards ICT: A comparative study. The 16th International Conference on Computers in Education, Taipei, Taiwan, 27 to 31 October 2008.

9.      Jacobson, M., So, H. J., Teo, T., Lee, J., & Pathak, S. (2008). Teachers' beliefs about knowledge and learning: A Singapore perspective. The 8th International Conference on the Learning Sciences, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 24 to 28 June 2008.

8.      Lee, C. B., Teo. T., Chai, C.S., Choy, D., Tan, A., & Seah, J. (2007). Closing the gap: examining pre-service teachers' perceptions of an ICT based student-centred learning (SCL) curriculum. Proceedings of the 2007 Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Singapore. 2 to 5 December 2007.

7.      Chai, C. S., & Teo, T. (2006). Relationship between pre-service teachers' beliefs and attitude towards ICT usage: An exploratory study. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Educational Technology. Singapore, 7 to 8 September 2006.

6.      Teo, T. (2006). Structural equation modeling: An introduction to educational researchers. Paper presented at the Education Research Association conference, May 29 to 31, Singapore.

5.      Teo, T. (2006). Computer attitudes among pre-service teachers: A Singapore study. Paper presented at the ‘Preparing teachers for a changing context' conference. Institute of Education, University of London, May 3 to 6, London.

4.      Teo, T. (2003). Preference for non-Western music in the UK and Singapore: a comparative study. Seminar given at the Centre for International Research in Music Education, Roehampton University, December 2003.

3.      Teo, T. (2002). "Musical Preferences: Factors affecting Singapore schools." A seminar for graduate students at the Institute of Education, University of London, 27 November 2002.

2.      Teo, T. (1999). Performing Arts Education in the Primary Schools. A Country report presented at the SEAMEO Project for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SPAFA) Conference on Curriculum Development for Performing Arts in the Primary Schools. April 1999, Bangkok, Thailand.

1.      Teo, T. (1997). "Music Preferences: What Is It All About?" Paper presented at the Singapore Educational Research Association Conference. November 1997, Singapore.

 

Other Talks and Workshops (Total=8)

8.     Chief Judge, IT Music and Performance Competition. RELC Auditorium, 24 July 2004.

7.     Workshop on Music Technology for Teachers and Secondary School Students organised by the Premier Value Group on 6 to 7 June 2004 at Singapore Polytechnic.

6.     Judge, Computer Music and Performance Competition. Jubilee Hall, November 2003.

5.     "Introduction to Computers and Music". A lecture cum workshop for Primary and Secondary Teachers organised by the Premier Value Group on 19 October 2002 at the Singapore Polytechnic.

4.     Workshop on Music Technology and Digital Audio for Teachers and Secondary School Students organised by the Premier Value Group on 28 to 31 May 2002 at Kranji Secondary School.

3.     "Music Technology: An Introduction". A lecture cum workshop for Primary and Secondary Teachers organised by the Premier Value Group on 9 March 2002 at the Singapore Polytechnic.

2.     "Applications of Technology in Music". A lecture cum workshop for Secondary and Junior College students organised by the National Arts Council on 24 May 2001 at the Singapore Polytechnic

1.     "Software Application in Creative Music Making". A presentation given at the 2000 Seminar for Secondary Music Teachers by the Ministry of Education on 2 September 2000 at Anglo-Chinese School (Independent).

 

Professional Consultancy

12.   Instructor, Workshop on Advanced Structural Equation Modeling, SPSS Singapore (2012)

11.   Instructor, Workshop on Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling, SPSS Singapore (2009 to 2012)

10.   Consultant, Development of the SingHealth Patient Satisfaction Survey (2009)

9.     Instructor, Workshop on Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling, James Cook University Singapore (2009, 2012)

8.     Consultant. Ministry of Defence. Training Evaluation (2009)

7.     Consultant. Action Research Project. Anglican High School. Singapore (2008)

6.     Consultant. Ministry of Education Educational Technology Division Master Plan 2 survey (2007)

5.     Consultant. Ministry of Education Personnel Division Online Career Assessment Tool Project (2007)

4.     Statistical Consultant. Professor Jerome D. Williams (University of Texas, Austin) (2007)

3.     Consultant. Staff survey by the Ministry of Education Staff Recreation Club (MESRC) (2006)

2.     Consultant. Action Research Project in Coral Secondary School, Singapore (2006)

1.     Item Developer. Trainer Competency Test. PSB Academy, Singapore (2002 to 2003)

 

 

TEACHING

Research Supervision

1.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Macau, China SAR (2015)

Title: Understanding Teacher Talk: A multi-dimensional approach to teachers' commentary practices in university-level oral presentations in EFL classrooms

2.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Macau, China SAR (2015)

Title: Technology acceptance among tertiary English teachers in Mainland China

3.          Doctor of Philosophy  thesis, University of Macau, China SAR (2015)

Title: Relationship between in-service mathematics teachers` Personal Knowledge Management and their Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching: a comparative research between Macao and Shanghai

4.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Macau, China SAR (2014)

        Title: An Examination of the Relationship between Teacher Efficacy, Teacher Motivation, Achievement Goals and Student Academic Achievement

5.          Master of Education thesis, University of Macau, China SAR (2014)

        Title: The effect of instrumental and integrative motivation on reading proficiency among Chinese undergraduate students

6.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand (Completed, 2013)

        Title: Buddhist Insights for Understanding the Cause of System Project Failures

7.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand (In Progress)

        Title: Educational leadership

8.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand (In Progress)

        Title: Users’ perception of blended learning

9.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand (In Progress)
Title: Web 2.0 in CALL: A study of technology acceptance

10.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand (In Progress)

        Title: Teacher Expectation Effects in Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language

11.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (Completed, 2012)

        Title: Investigating the influence of pre-service teachers’ conceptions of assessment and learning approaches on assessment literacy

12.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (Completed, 2012)

        Title: The effects of problem-based learning on clinical reasoning ability in mental health nursing

13.      Master of Arts dissertation, University of Auckland, New Zealand (Completed, 2013) (Awarded an ‘A’ Grade)

        Title: Students’ preferences towards different assessment methods in Bahrain

14.      Master of Education dissertation, University of Auckland, New Zealand (Completed, 2013)

        Title: Exploring e-learning in New Zealand’s Regional Health Schools

15.      Master of Arts dissertation, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (Completed, 2011)

        Title: Factors Affecting Acceptance of User-Centric Technology (UCT) among ITE lecturers in Singapore

 

Research Examination

1.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (Bharathiar University, India, 2016). Usability and accessibility features of learning management systems and its relation to learning styles.

2.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2016). Influence of ICT-supported learning environment perceptions, academic ability, among prior educational experience on students’ approaches to learning for principles of accounting in Malaysian secondary teachers.

3.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (International Islamic University, Malaysia, 2015). The Development and Validation of Islamic Spiritual Intelligence Instrument for School Leaders in Malaysia

4.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (International Islamic University, Malaysia, 2015). The influence of management support, computer anxiety and enjoyment in on Science teachers’ use of digital technologies in Hail primary schools: A survey.

5.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2015). Predictors of secondary school teachers’ use of information and technology in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria.

6.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (University of Southern Queensland, Australia, 2014). Information and communication technology acceptance model for empirically testing science teachers' use of ICT in Kuwait.

7.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2014). Predictors of secondary school teachers’ use of information and technology in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria.

8.          Doctor of Philosophy confirmation proposal reviewer (University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2013). The reactivity, veridicality, and utility of concurrent verbal reports in second language writing.

9.          Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (University of Macau, China SAR, 2013). Explanation of gender differences in reading literacy for 15-year-old students in Macao: Mediating effects of reading engagement.

10.      Master of Arts thesis internal assessor (University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2012). Motivational differential item functioning of secondary school students conceptions of assessment using the pure-anchor MIMIC model.

11.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis proposal examiner (University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2012). How, why, and to what extent do early childhood leaders and teachers believe that leadership training is important in the provision of quality early childhood education in Singapore?

12.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis internal examiner (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2011). Predicting critical thinking ability of secondary school students in Hong Kong: A path analytic approach.

13.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2011). Influence of selected factors on laptop use for the teaching and learning process among secondary school teachers.

14.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (Bharathiar University, India, 2010). A study on conative characteristics of content creation among bloggers in South India.

15.      Doctor of Philosophy candidature external reviewer (Teesside University, United Kingdom, 2009). Developing a psychological model of users' experience of human-computer interaction in web-based systems.

16.      Doctor of Philosophy thesis external examiner (Concordia University, Canada, 2008). Quantitative explorations of graduate learners' monitoring proficiencies and task understandings in the context of ill-structured writing assignments: from learner to work task as unit of analysis.

17.      Master of Arts thesis examiner (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2009). The role of self-questioning on ill-structured problem solving: An initial study on the influence of self-questioning on problem-solving in a security organization.

18.      Master of Education dissertation examiner (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2009). The effects of scripts on group intersubjectivity in a computer supported problem solving environment.

 

Graduate Teaching (PG=Postgrad Cert.; B=Bachelor Honours; M=Masters; D=Doctoral)

EDUC803

 

EDUC802

Academic Writing (D)

Faculty of Education, University of Macau

Applications of Advanced Quantitative Methods (D)

 

Faculty of Education, University of Macau

EDUC800 

Research Methods for Evidence-Based Research (D)

 

Faculty of Education, University of Macau

GRSC801 

Research Ethics (D)

 

Cross Faculty, University of Macau

EDUC767 

Analyzing Quantitative Data in Educational Research (B, M, D)

 

Faculty of Education, University of Auckland

MLT 809 

Research Methodologies for the Learning Sciences (M)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

MID 809   

Designing, Conducting, and Reporting Investigation (M)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

SE811   

Advanced Quantitative Methodology (D)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

MED811 

Instructional Design and Assessment: Issues and Research (M)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

MID 841 

Evaluation Models and Methods (M)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

QED 522 

ICT for Engaged Learning (PG)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

QED 503 

ICT for Engaged Learning (PG)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

QED 521 

Educational Psychology: Individual Differences & Classroom Management (PG)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

 

Undergraduate Teaching

EDUC380 

Methods of Research in Education

 

University of Auckland, New Zealand

EDUC117

Teaching and Learning: An Educational Psychological Perspective

 

University of Auckland, New Zealand

BUS105  

Statistics 

 

SIM University, Singapore

BUS107 

Quantitative Methods

 

SIM University, Singapore

AED104 

ICT for Engaged Learning

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

AED103

Educational Psychology: Individual Differences & Classroom Management (2006)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

DED101 

ICT for Engaged Learning (2006)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

EDZS209  

Child Development

 

SIM University, Singapore

 

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

1.  Fellow, Royal Statistical Society (RSS): 2004 to Present

2.  Honorary Member, Philippines Education Measurement and Evaluation Association (PEMEA): 2012 to Present

 

 

SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY

1.          Deputy Registrar of Marriages, Singapore Ministry of Community Development and Sport (April 2003 to December 2012).

2.          Licensed Solemniser of Marriages, Singapore Ministry of Community Development and Sport (April 2003 to December 2012).

3.          Judge, information Technology Music Arrangement and Performance Competition (8 November 2003, Singapore).

4.          Member, Publication Consultative Panel, Singapore Ministry of Information and the Arts (2003-2005).

5.          Family Life Ambassador, Family Education Department, Singapore Ministry of Community Development and Sport (April 2003 to 2012).

6.          Chairman, Audio Materials & Advertisements Subcommittee of the Publication Advisory Committee, Singapore Ministry of Information and the Arts (2001-2003).

7.          Member, Focus Group Discussion on Censorship and Personal freedom, Remaking Singapore Committee (May 2002).

8.          Member, Course Review Committee for the Diploma in Multimedia Technology, Singapore Polytechnic (2000-2001).

9.          Member, Films and Publications Advisory Panel, Singapore Ministry of Information and the Arts (2000-2001).

10.      Chairman, Primary Music Syllabus Review Team, Singapore Ministry of Education, 1999

11.      Chairman, Secondary Music Syllabus Review Team, Singapore Ministry of Education, 1999.

12.      Chairman, GCE 'A' level Music Review Team, Singapore Ministry of Education, 1999.

13.      Member, Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) Music Education Sub-Committee. 1999.

14.      Member, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) Curriculum Development Committee, 1999