Joanne Orlando
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Digital natives come of age: The reality of today’s early career teachers using mobile devices to teach mathematics
J Orlando, C Attard
Mathematics Education Research Journal 28 (1), 107-121, 2016
Veteran teachers and technology: Change fatigue and knowledge insecurity influence practice
J Orlando
Teachers and Teaching 20 (4), 427-439, 2014
Understanding changes in teachers' ICT practices: a longitudinal perspective
J Orlando
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 18 (1), 33-44, 2009
ICT-mediated practice and constructivist practices: is this still the best plan for teachers’ uses of ICT?
J Orlando
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 22 (2), 231-246, 2013
Computer‐based Learning in a Primary School: Differences between the early and later years of primary schooling
J Dwyer
Asia‐Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 35 (1), 89-103, 2007
A systematic review of adaptivity in human-robot interaction
MI Ahmad, O Mubin, J Orlando
Multimodal Technologies and Interaction 1 (3), 14, 2017
Adaptive social robot for sustaining social engagement during long-term children–robot interaction
MI Ahmad, O Mubin, J Orlando
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 33 (12), 943-962, 2017
Teachers’ changing practices with information and communication technologies: an up-close, longitudinal analysis
J Orlando
Research in learning technology 22, 2014
Understanding behaviours and roles for social and adaptive robots in education: teacher's perspective
MI Ahmad, O Mubin, J Orlando
Proceedings of the fourth international conference on human agent …, 2016
Robot’s adaptive emotional feedback sustains children’s social engagement and promotes their vocabulary learning: a long-term child–robot interaction study
MI Ahmad, O Mubin, S Shahid, J Orlando
Adaptive Behavior 27 (4), 243-266, 2019
Net gain? The integration of computer-based learning in six NSW government schools, 2000.
D Hayes, S Schuck, G Segal, J Dwyer, C McEwen
For full text: http://www. curriculumsupport. nsw. ed/learningtechnologies …, 2001
Enabling exemplary teaching: A framework of student engagement for students from low socio-economic backgrounds with implications for technology and literacy practices
J Callow, J Orlando
Pedagogies: An International Journal 10 (4), 349-371, 2015
Intentional learning with technological proxies: Goal orientations and efficacy beliefs
J Hanham, J Ullman, J Orlando, J McCormick
Australian Journal of Education 58 (1), 36-49, 2014
A fair go in education
J Orlando, W Sawyer
Exemplary teachers of students in poverty, 1-13, 2013
Children views' on social robot's adaptations in education
MI Ahmad, O Mubin, J Orlando
Proceedings of the 28th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction …, 2016
Early Career Teachers, Mathematics and Technology: Device Conflict and Emerging Mathematical Knowledge.
C Attard, J Orlando
Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, 2014
Exploring intentional use of a technological proxy, Turnitin, to enhance student academic literacy practices
J Orlando, J Hanham, J Ullman
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 34 (4), 2018
Extending understandings of educational technology: Teachers’ critiques of educational technology as important intellectual capital for researchers
J Orlando
Critical perspectives on technology and education, 51-68, 2015
Educational technology: a presupposition of equality?
J Orlando
Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 42 (4), 347-362, 2014
Playing and (not?) understanding the game: ECRs and university support
J Orlando, M Gard
International Journal for Researcher Development, 2014
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