I have supervised 4 PhD, 3 Honours and 16 Masters students to completion, and am currently supervising 4 PhD students.
Doctoral student completions:
- Lyn Hay: “Do we have to use a wiki, Miss?” How Web 2.0 technologies can support students as inquiry learners in a secondary school (2017)
- Amanda Davies: The development and use of computer-based models and simulations: implications for professional practice (2013)
- Peter Adams: Household Adoption of Technology – The case of high-speed broadband in Australia (2011)
- James Herring: Information literacy and transfer (2010)
Current doctoral students:
- James Purkis: Exploring the relationship between high school students’ use of digital technology at home and school
- Lincoln Gill: Pre-service teacher use and non-use of ICTs for learning and teaching on professional placement: Investigating pedagogical decisions and describing practice
- Mark J.W. Lee: Academics’ Beliefs and Practices in the Use of 3D Immersive Virtual Worlds for Learning and Teaching
- Anne Whisken: Informed Learning practice in a secondary school: a Participatory Action Research Case Study
I have also examined PhD these from the University of Melbourne, the University of Queensland, Macquarie University, the Queensland University of Technology, Deakin University, Multimedia University in Malaysia, Southern Cross University and the University of Sydney as well as Masters theses from CSU and the University of Melbourne.
I have developed and taught 21 online, distance education and on campus subjects in Information Technology (programming, web development, multimedia systems), Education (technology and learning, maths teacher education, primary teacher education) and Higher Education (pedagogy and learning design).