Technology Together Publications

 Many of these reports and other publications related to Technology Together and the metacognitive approach to technology learning, can be downloaded from our Publication Page

  • Phelps, R. & Graham, A. (in press). Exploring teacher professional development through the lens of Complexity Theory: The Technology Together story. Boufoy-Bastick, B. (Ed.). Cultures of Professional Development for Teachers: Collaboration, Reflection, Management and Policy. (pp.367-391). Strasbourg, France: Analytics. Available http://www.analytrics.org/Documents/Cultures%20of%20Teacher%20Development.pdf
  • Phelps, R., Graham, A., Watts, A. (2011). Acknowledging the complexity and diversity of historical and cultural ICT professional learning practices in schools’. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 39(1), 47-63.
  • Phelps, R. & Graham, A. (2010). Exploring the complementarities between complexity and action research: The story of Technology Together, Cambridge Journal of Education, 40,(2), 183–197.
  • Phelps, R., & Graham, A. (2008). Developing Technology Together, together: A whole-school metacognitive approach to ICT teacher professional development, Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 24(4), 125-133. 
  • Phelps, R. (2007). The metacognitive approach to computer education: Making explicit the learning journey. AACE Journal (International Forum on Information Technology in Education), 15(1), 3-21. 
  • Phelps, R., & Graham, A. (2007). Technology Together: A structured approach to effective ICT professional development and culture change for schools. QUICK: Journal of the Queensland Society for Information Technology in Education, Winter(103), 15-16.
  • Phelps, R & Graham, A. (2007). Developing Technology Together together: Final report on an investigation of the metacognitive influences on teachers’ use of ICT and the implications for teacher professional development. Southern Cross University, Lismore. 
  • Phelps, R & Graham, A. (2007). Developing Technology Together together: Consolidated report on an investigation of the metacognitive influences on teachers’ use of information and communication technology (ICT) and the implications for teacher professional development. Southern Cross University, Lismore.
  • Jamissen, G., & Phelps, R. (2006). The role of reflection and mentoring in ICT teacher professional development: Dialogue and learning across the hemispheres. Teacher Development, 10(2), 293-312. 
  • Phelps, R., Graham, A., &  Thornton, P. (2006). Technology Together: Getting whole schools involved with ICT through a metacognitive approach. The Australian Educational Leader, 28(1), 22-24.
  • Phelps, R., Graham, A., Watts, L., & O’Brien, A. (2006, 2-4 October). Technology Together: Supporting whole-schools to become capable learning communities. Paper presented at the Australian Computers in Education Conference (ACEC), Cairns.
  • Phelps, R., Graham, A., Brennan, S., & Carrigan, C. (2006, 2-4 October). I Can U Can: Six strategies for building teachers’ ICT confidence and capability through metacognitive discussion and reflection: Experiences from Technology Together. Paper presented at the Australian Computers in Education Conference (ACEC), Cairns.
  • Phelps, R. (2005). The potential of reflection in studying complexity “in action”, Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education, 2(1), 37-54. 
  • Phelps, R., Graham, A., & Kerr, B. (2004). Teachers and ICT: Exploring a metacognitive approach to professional development. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 20(1), 49-68.
  • Phelps, R., Hase, S., & Ellis, A. (2004). Competency, capability, complexity and computers: Exploring a new model for conceptualising end-user computer education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36(1), 67-84. 
  • Phelps, R. (2002). Mapping the Complexity of Computer Learning: Journeying Beyond Teaching for Computer Competence to Facilitating Computer Capability. Unpublished PhD, Southern Cross University, Lismore.
  • Phelps, R., & Ellis, A. (2002, 3-6 December). Helping students to help themselves: Case studies from a metacognitive approach to computer learning and teaching. Paper presented at the International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2002), Auckland, New Zealand: http://icce2002.massey.ac.nz/
  • Phelps, R., & Ellis, A. (2002). A metacognitive approach to computer education for teachers: Combining theory and practice for computer capability. Paper presented at the Linking Learners: Australian Computers in Education Conference (ACEC2002), Hobart, Tasmania.
  • Phelps, R., & Ellis, A. (2002, December 8-11). Overcoming computer anxiety through reflection on attribution. Paper presented at the Winds of Change in the Sea of Learning: Charting the Course of Digital Education: Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) 2002, Auckland, NZ: UNITEC Institute of Technology. 
  • Phelps, R., Ellis, A., & Hase, S. (2001). The role of metacognitive and reflective learning processes in developing capable computer users. Paper presented at the Meeting at the Crossroads: Proceedings of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), Melbourne: University of Melbourne.