Timothy Teo  from Murdoch University in Perth Australia.
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    Professor Timothy Teo
    PhD, MA, BA (1st Class Honours), BA, Certificate in Education (Credit)

    About me

    Before coming to Murdoch University, I was Distinguished Professor at the University of Macau (China SAR), Honorary Professor at the University of Auckland (New Zealand) and International Collaborative Partner [Visiting Professor] (Universiti Tengku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia). My research interests are inter-disciplinary and include both substantive and methodological areas, organized into three fields. These are ICT in Education (Technology acceptance and adoption; Internet Addiction; E-learning), Educational Psychology (Self-efficacy-teachers and students; Beliefs about teaching and learning; Meta-cognition), Music Education (Psychological processes of music teaching and learning), and Quantitative Methods (Psychometrics; Instrument development and validation; Cross-cultural measurement; Measurement invariance; Issues in survey development and administration; Structural equation modeling; Multilevel modeling; Latent growth modeling, Meta-analysis).

    For additional information see

    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7552-8497

    Scopus ID: https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=23398283800

    Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?hl=en&user=NLCN-EQAAAAJ

    ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Timothy_Teo?ev=hdr_xprf&_sg=SKwFfUBIHjogNLLpsZ6leUtzaMaXC8NA8sjG2oKyfK4tTNmomLkuOjQf6ujSZsntM3MSvreT_kP3yeMRKIxVOvAD

    Teaching area

    ICT in Education

    Educational Psychology

    Educational and Social Measurement

    Psychometrics

    Research Methods

    Quantitative Data Analysis

    Research areas

    ICT in Education

    Educational Psychology

    Educational and Social Measurement

    Psychometrics

    Research Methods

    Quantitative Data Analysis

    Music Education

    Psychology of Music

    Events and speaking engagements

    Teo, T. (8 March, 2019). Publishing in SSCI Journals: What, Why, and How?Faculty of Education, Qingdao University, China.

    Teo, T. (7 March, 2019). Research Design: Aspects and Issues.Faculty of Foreign Languages, Qingdao University, China.

    Teo, T. (2 November, 2018). Instrumentation in Educational Research. University of Western Sydney, Australia.

    Teo, T. (2 October 2018). Assessing research impact. Hanoi University of Education, Vietnam.

    Teo, T. (6 August 2018). Publishing in SSCI journals: Implications for academics and students.Guangzhou University, China.

    Teo, T. (6 August 2018). Publishing in SSCI journals: What, why, and how.Qingdao University, China.

    Teo, T. (29 May 2018). Researching blended learning in teacher education: Issues and possibilities. Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China.

    Teo, T. (15 May 2018). Assessing the impact of scholarly works.Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Macau, Macau SAR, China.

    Teo, T. (2 April 2018). The fourth industrial revolution: Implications for teaching and learning.Faculty of Creative Arts, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia

    Teo, T. (1 April 2018). Publishing in SSCI journals: Aspects, considerations, and challenges.Faculty of Creative Arts, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia

    Teo, T. (21 Dec 2017). Publishing in ISI journals: Aspects, considerations, and challenges. Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Malaysia

    Teo, T. (16 Nov 2017). Publishing in competitive journals: What do they look for?Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan, China.

    Teo, T. (22 July 2017). Publishing incompetitive journals. Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Korea University, South Korea.

    Teo, T. (23 May 2017). Structural equation modeling: An introduction. Faculty of Creative Arts, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia

    Teo, T. (22 May 2017). Writing for competitive journals. Faculty of Creative Arts, University Tengku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia

    Teo, T. (9 March 2017). Some thoughts on academic publishing: Why, when, where, & how. Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macau SAR, China.

    Teo, T. (27 October, 2016). Applications of quantitative methods in research: Problems and progress. School of Foreign Studies, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China.

    Teo, T. (5 October, 2016). Innovations in digital learning: What the research says?A keynote presented at the 2ndInternational Conference on Teaching and Learning, 5-6 October 2016, University of Malaya­­, Malaysia.

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

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

    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.

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

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

    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.

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

    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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    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, Hong Kong SAR, China.

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

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

    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 SAR, China.

    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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    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.

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

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

    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.

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

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

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

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

    Professional and community service

    Editorial Roles

    Editor-in-Chief

    1. International Journal of Quantitative Research in Education (Founding Editor-in-Chief) (2012 – Present)
    2. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (SSCI) (2012 – Present)

    Associate/Regional Editor (Australia & NZ)

    1. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (SSCI) (2013 – 2015)
    2. International Journal of Information and Communications Technology Education (2007 to Present)
    3. Educational Research and Evaluation (2012 to 2013)
    4. Asia-Pacific Education Review (SSCI) (2009 to 2012)]

    Advisory Editor

    Oxford Research Encyclopedia 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

    Others

    1. International Advisory Board Member, HKAECT-AECT International Conference, 2018, Hong Kong SAR, China.
    2. International Advisory Board Member, HKAECT-AECT Summer International Research Symposium 2017, Hong Kong SAR, China.
    3. Member, Programme Committee, 16thIEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies – ICALT 2016, Austin, Texas, USA.
    4. Chair, Doctor of Education Accreditation Panel, Department of Education, Hong Kong Baptist University, August 2015.
    5. Member, Programme Committee, 15thIEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies – ICALT 2015, Hualien, Taiwan, China.
    6. Member, Programme Committee, 5thEducational Psychology Forum 2012, Auckland, New Zealand.
    7. Co-chair, Programme Committee, International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE) 2011, Thailand.
    8. Co-chair, Programme Committee, ICCE 2010, Malaysia.

    Publications

    Journals

    • Teo, T., Hoi, C., Gao, X., LV, L., (2019), What motivates Chinese university students tolearn Japanese? Understanding their motivation in terms of ÂpostureÂÂ, Modern Language Journal, 103, 1, pages 327 - 342.

    Peer-Reviewed Journals

    Manuscripts (Online or Accepted)

    Hu, B. Y., Johnson, G. K. Teo, T., & Wu, Z. L. (Accepted). Relationship between screen time and Chinese children’s cognitive and social development. Journal of Research in Childhood Education. [2018 SJR= Q3 for Education]

    Khlaisang, J., Teo, T., & Huang, F. (Online). Acceptance of a flipped smart application for learning: A study among Thai university students. Interactive Learning Environment. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Sánchez Prieto, J. C., Huang, F., Olmos-Migueláñez, S., García-Peñalvo, F. J., Teo, T. (Accepted). Exploring the unknown: The effect of resistance to change and attachment on mobile adoption among secondary pre-service teachers. British Journal of Educational Technology. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Chen, J. J., & Teo, T. (Online). Chinese school teachers’ conceptions of high-stakes and low-stakes assessments: An invariance analysis. Educational Studies. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q2 for Education]

    Huang, F., Teo, T., Sánchez-Prieto, J. C., García-Peñalvo, F. J., & Olmos-Migueláñez, S. (Accepted). Cultural values and technology adoption: A model comparison with university teachers from China and Spain. Computers & Education. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., Zhou, M., Fan, A., & Huang, F. (Accepted). Factors that influence university’s students’ intention to use Moodle: A study in Macau. Educational Technology Research and Development [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., Doleck, T., Bazelais, P., & Lemay, D. J. (Accepted). Exploring the drivers of technology acceptance: A study of Napali school students. Educational Technology Research and Development [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Scherer, R., & Teo, T. (Accepted). Unpacking teachers’ intentions to integrate technology: A Meta-Analysis. Educational Research Review. [SSCI, 2018SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Huang, F., Teo, T., & He, J. (Online). Digital nativity of university teachers in China: Factor structure and measurement invariance of the Digital Native Assessment Scale (DNAS). Interactive Learning Environments. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Zhang, J., Teo, T., & Wu, C. (Online). Second language emotion words modulate early conflict processing in a flanker task: differentiating emotion-label words and emotion-laden words. Language and Speech. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Linguistics and Language]

    Yu, S., Wang, B., & Teo, T. (Online. An exploratory case study on English teachers’ commentary practices in oral presentations. Taiwan Journal of TESOL  [Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q3 for Language & Linguistics]

    Wang, B., Yu, S., & Teo, T. (Online). Experienced EFL teachers’ beliefs about feedback on student oral presentations. Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education.

    Teo, T., & Huang, F. (Online). Investigating the influence of individually espoused cultural values on teachers’ intentions to use educational technologies in Chinese universities. Interactive Learning Environments.[SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., Sang, G. Y., Mei, B., & Hoi, C. K. W. (Online). Investigating pre-service teachers’ acceptance of Web 2.0 technologies in their future teaching: A Chinese perspective.  Interactive Learning Environments.[SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Huang, F., Teo, T., Zhou, M. (Online). Factors affecting Chinese English as a Foreign Language teachers’ technology acceptance: A qualitative study. Journal of Educational Computing Research.[SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    2019

    Teo, T. (2019). Students and teachers’ intention to use technology: Assessing their measurement equivalence and structural invariance. Journal of Educational Computing Research57(1), 201-225. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    2018

    Huang, F., Hoi, C. K. W., & Teo, T. (2018). The influence of learning style on English learning achievement among undergraduates in mainland China. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research47(5), 1069-1084. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Language & Linguistics]

    Yu, S., Wang, B., & Teo, T. (2018). Understanding linguistic, individual and contextual factors in oral feedback research: A review of empirical studies in L2 classrooms.  Educational Research Review24, 181–192. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Li, Z., Zhou M. M., & Teo T. (2018). Mobile technology in dance education: A case study of three Canadian high school dance programs. Research in Dance Education.19(2), 183–196. [A&HCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Visual Arts and Performing Arts]

    Teo, T., Huang, F., & Hoi, C. K. W. (2018). Explicating the influences that explain intention to use technology among English teachers in China. Interactive Learning Environments26(4), 460–475. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Mei, B., Brown, G., & Teo, T. (2018). Towards an understanding of pre-service English as Foreign Language teachers’ acceptance of Computer Assisted Language Learning 2.0 in the People’s Republic of China. Journal of Educational Computing Research,56(1), 74–104. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., Doleck, T., & Bazelais, P. (2018). The role of attachment in Facebook usage: A study of Canadian college students. Interactive Learning Environments26(2), 256–272. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    2017

    Chen, P. H., Teo, T.& Zhou, M. (2017). Effects of guided notes on enhancing college students’ lecture note-taking quality and learning performance. Current Psychology36, 719–732.[SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q2 for Psychology]

    Teo, T., Milutinovic, V., Zhou, M., & Bankovic, D.(2017). Traditional vs. innovative uses of computers among Mathematics pre-service teachers in Serbia. Interactive Learning Environments25(7), 811–827. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T., & Le Fevre, D. (2017). The development and validation of the Teachers’ Perception of Risk Scale (TPRS) in educational change. Current Psychology36(3), 649–656. [SSCI; 2018 SJR = Q2 for Psychology]

    Hoi, C. K. W., Zhou, M., Teo, T., & Nie, Y. Y. (2017). Measuring Efficacy Sources: Development and Validation of the Sources of Teacher Efficacy Questionnaire (STEQ) for Chinese Teachers. Psychology in the Schools, 54(7), 756–­760. [SSCI, 2018SJR = Q2 for Education]

    Hu, B. Y., Teo, T., Nie, Y. Y., & Wu, Z. L. (2017). Classroom Quality and Chinese Preschool Children’s Approaches to Learning. Learning and Individual Differences54, 51–59.  [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education, Social Psychology]

    L-Samarrae, H., Selim, H., Teo, T., & Zaqout, F. (2017). Isolation and distinctiveness in the design of online learning systems influence user preferences.Interactive Learning Environments25(4), 452–466. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T., & Zhou, M. (2017). The influence of teachers’ conceptions of teaching and learning on their technology acceptance. Interactive Learning Environments25(4), 513–527. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    Cheung, H. Y., Teo, T., & Hue, M. T. (2017). Modeling the relationships among emotional intelligence, sensation seeking and risk-taking attitudes of university students in Hong Kong. Journal of Risk Research20(5), 569–589. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q2 for Social Sciences]

    Wang, B., Teo, T., & Yu, S. (2017). Teacher feedback to student oral presentations in EFL classrooms: A case studyJournal of Education for Teaching43(2), 262–264. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Lu, L., Gao, X. S., & Teo, T. (2017). Intercultural Orientations as Japanese Language learners’ Motivation in Mainland China. CriticalInquiry in Language Studies14(1), 1-24. [Scopus, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Language and Linguistics]

    Tan, C. S., & Teo, T. (2017). Psychometric Qualities of the Creative Process Engagement Scale in a Malaysian Undergraduate Sample. Swiss Journal of Psychology76(1), 35-42. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q3 for Psychology ]

    2016

    Teo, T.(2016). Modelling Facebook usage among university students in Thailand: The role of emotional attachment in an extended technology acceptance model. Interactive Learning Environments24(4), 745-757. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., Kabakci Yurdakul, I., & Ursavas, O. (2016). Exploring the digital natives among pre-service teachers in Turkey: A cross-cultural validation of the Digital Native Assessment Scale. Interactive Learning Environments24(6), 1231-1244. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 Education]

    Rubie-Davies, C. M., Asil, M., & Teo, T. (2016). Assessing measurement invariance of the Student Personal Perception of Classroom Climate (SPPCC) across different ethnic groups. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment34(5), 442-460. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T.(2016). Do digital natives differ by computer self-efficacy and experience? An empirical study. Interactive Learning Environments24(7), 1725-1739. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T., Zhou, M., & Noyes, J. (2016). Teachers and technology: Development of an extended Theory of Planned Behavior. Educational Technology Research & Development64, 1022-1052. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Tarhini, A., Teo. T., & Tarhini, T. (2016). A cross-cultural validity of the E-Learning Acceptance Measure (ElAM) in Lebanon and England: A confirmatory factor analysis. Education and Information Technologies21(5), 1269–1282. [Scopus, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Library and Information Sciences]

    Chen, P. H., Teo, T.& Zhou, M. (2016). Relationships between digital nativity, value orientation, and motivational interference among college students. Learning and Individual Differences50, 49–55. [SSCI,2018 SJR = Q1 for Education, Social Psychology]

    Zhou, M., Chan, K. K., & Teo, T.(2016). Understanding Mathematics Teachers’ use of Dynamic Geometry Software in Macau. Educational Technology Society19(3), 181–193. [SSCI, 2018SJR = Q1 for Education, Sociology, Political Science]

    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 Psychology35(1), 83–91. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q2 for Psychology]

    Teo, T., Milutinovic, V., & Zhou, M. (2016). Modelling Serbian pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards computer use: A SEM and MIMIC approach. Computers and Education94, 77–88. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    2015

    Hoi, C. K. W., Teo, T., & Zhou, M. (2015). Media and information literacy among Macau university students: An initial study. Journal of Communication and Education2(2), 26–37.

    Wong, K. T., Teo, T., & Goh, P. (2015). Understanding the intention to use interactive whiteboards: Model development and testing. Interactive Learning Environments23(6), 731-747. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    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 Education30(5), 567–584. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q2 for Education]

    Scherer, 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 Education88, 202–214. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T. (2015). Comparing pre-service and in-service teachers’ acceptance of technology: Assessment of measurement invariance and latent mean differences. Computers and Education83, 22–31. [SSCI, 2018 SJR = Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., & Jarupunphol, P. (2015). Dhammic Technology Acceptance Model (DTAM): Extending the TAM using a condition of attachment in Buddhism. Journal of Educational Computing Research52(1), 133–148. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., Fan, X., & Du, J. (2015). Technology acceptance among pre-service teachers: Does gender matter? Australasian Journal of Educational Technology31(3), 235–251. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    van Schaik, P., Wong, S. L., & Teo, T. (2015). Questionnaire layout and national culture in online psychometrics. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies73, 52–65. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Human-Computer Interaction]

    2014

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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 Review15(4), 609–616. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    Wong, K. T., Teo, T., & Goh, P. (2014). Development of the Interactive Whiteboard Acceptance Scale (IWBAS): An initial study. Educational Technology & Society17(4), 268–277. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, Sociology, Political Science]

    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 Assessment32(7), 624–637.[SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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 Education26(2), 124–142. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2014). Unpacking teachers’ acceptance of technology: Tests of measurement invariance and latent mean differences. Computers Education75, 127–135. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Computer Science, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T., & Noyes, J. (2014). Explaining the intention to use technology among pre-service teachers: amulti-group analysis of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT). Interactive Learning Environments22(1), 51–66. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T. (2014). Preservice teachers’ satisfaction with e-learning. Social Behavior and Personality42(1), 3–6. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q3 for Social Psychology]

    2013

    Teo, T. (2013). ‘Digital Nativity’: A definitional framework. World Journal of Educational Technology5(3), 389–394.

    Teo, T. (2013). Online and paper-based survey data: Are they equivalent? British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(6), E196–E198. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    Hosam, A., Teo, T., & Abbas, M. (2013). Can structured representation enhance students’ thinking skills for better understanding of E-learning content? Computers &Education69, 463–473. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Computer Science, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T., & Fan, X. (2013). Coefficient Alpha and beyond: Issues and alternatives for educational research. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher22(2), 209–213. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2013). A comparison of non-nested models in explaining teachers’ intention to use technology. British Journal of Educational Technology44(3), E81–E84 [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T. (2013). An initial development and validation of a Digital Natives Assessment Scale (DNAS). Computers &Education67, 51–57. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Computer Science, Education, E-learning]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2013). Examining the psychometric properties of the Epistemic Belief Inventory (EBI). Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment31(1), 72–79. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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.[Scopus]

    2012

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., & Chai, C. S. (2012). A cross-cultural validation of the Epistemic Belief Inventory (EBI). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher,21(3), 618–624. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    Teo, T., & Ursavas, O. F. (2012). Technology acceptance of pre-service teachers in Turkey: A cross-cultural model validation study. International Journal of Instructional Media39(3), 187–195.

    Teo, T. (2012). Proposing a model to explain teachers’ intention to use technology: Identifying constructs and formulating hypotheses. InternationalJournal of Information and Communication Technology Education8(3), 22–27.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q3 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T. (2012). Measurement invariance of self-reported data across gender: A study of technology acceptance. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment11(1), 43–54.

    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 Assessment10(2), 92–103.

    Teo, T. (2012). Modelling the influences of beliefs on pre-service teacher determinants’ attitudes towards computer use. Invited article. European Journal of Educational Research1(1), 13–22.

    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 Environments20(1), 3–18. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2012). Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) with applications in educational technology research: A non-technical introduction. International Journal of Instructional Media39(1), 87–94.

    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 Researcher21(1), 191–202. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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 Interaction28(3), 178–188. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Human Factors, Ergnomics]

    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 Media39(1), 33–37.

    2011

    Chai, C. S., Wong, K. S. B., & Teo, T. (2011). Singaporean pre-service teachers’ beliefs about epistemology, teaching and learning, and technology. Teacher Development15(4), 485–495. [Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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 Education20(1), 89–104. [Scopus]

    Teo, T., Wong, S. L., Thammetar, T., & Chattiwat, W. (2011). Assessinge-learning acceptance byuniversity students in Thailand. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(8), 1356–1368. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T. (2011). Towards greater precision in latent construct measurement: What’s the RaschBritish Journal of Educational Technology42(6), E122 E124 [SSCI,2018SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    Lee, C. B., & Teo, T. (2011). Shifting pre-service teachers’ metacognition through problem solving. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher20(3), 570–578. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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 Management6(3), 719–727.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q4 for Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Environmental Science]

    Teo, T. (2011). Continuing the intention-usage debate in technology acceptance research: An empirical study. International Journal of Instructional Media38(4),327–334.

    Teo, T. (2011). Factors influencing teachers’ intention to use technology:  Model development and test. Computers&Education57, 2432–2440. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Computer Science, Education, E-learning]

    Teo, T(2011). Considering common method variance in educational technology research. British Journal of Educational Technology42(5), E94–E96. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

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

    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 Researcher20(2), 410–419. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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 Assessment9(1), 1–13.

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2011).Using structural equation modeling (SEM) in educational research: Practices and Issues. International Journal of Applied Educational Studies10(1), 49–65.

    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.

    Teo, T. (2011). Basic concepts of Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) for educational technology research. British Journal of Educational Technology,42(3), E51–E53. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, E-learning]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Computer Science, Education, E-learning]

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

    Teo, T. (2011). Influence of user characteristics on teachers’ intention to use technology: Some research evidence. International Journal of Instructional Media38(1), 7–16.

    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 Systems28(2), 93–101.[Scopus)

    Lee, C. B., Jonassen, D., & Teo, T. (2011). The role of model building in problem solving and conceptual change. Interactive Learning Environments19(3), 1-19 [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Computer Science Applications, Education, E-learning]

    2010

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Information Systems and Management, Social Sciences, Strategy and Management]

    Teo, T. (2010). A structural equation modelling of factors influencing student teachers’ satisfaction with e-learning. British Journal of Educational Technology41(6), E150–E152. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2010). Using structural equation modeling (SEM) in educational technology research: Issues and guidelines. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), E117–E119 [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2010). Measuring the effect of gender on computer attitudes among pre-service teachers: A multiple indicators, multiple causes (MI MIC) modeling. Campus-Wide Information Systems27(4), 227–239.[Scopus]

    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 Journal4(3),163–172.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q4 for Education, E-learning]

    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 Technology6(3), 7–18.

    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. [SSCI,2018 SJR=Q1 for Computer Science, Education]

    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 & Education55, 1764–1771. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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 Development14(3), 295–306.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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.

    Teo, T. (2010). An empirical study to validate the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)inexplaining the intention to use technology among educational users. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education6(4), 1–12.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q4 for Education]

    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.

    Teo, T. (2010). A Cross-Cultural Validation of the Selwyn’s Computer Attitude Scale (CAS). International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education6(2), 36–46.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q4 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2010). The development, validation, and analysis of measurement invariance of the Technology Acceptance Measure for Pre-Service Teachers (TAMPST). Educational and Psychological Measurement70(6), 990–1006. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2010). Establishing gender structural invariance of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher,19(2), 311–320.[SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q4 for Education]

    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 Researcher19(1), 25–42. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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), 60­67.[Scopus]

    Teo, T. (2010). Gender differences in the intention to use technology: A measurement invariance analysis. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), E120–123. [SSCI,2018SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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.[SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2010). Development and validation of the E-learning Acceptance Measure (ElAM). Internet and Higher Education13, 148–152. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Education, Computer Science Application]

    Teo, T. (2010). A case for using structural equation modelling (SEM) in educational technology research. British Journal of Educational Technology,41, E89–E91.[SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2010). Structural equation modelling: A primer for music education researchers. Music Education Research12(1).105–118. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education. Q1 for Music]

    2009

    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.[SSCI, 2018SJR=Q2 for Education]

    Chai, C. S., & Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2009). Thechangein epistemological beliefs and beliefs about teaching and learning: A study among pre-service teachers. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 37(4), 351–362. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2009). Evaluating the intention to use technology among studentteachers: A structural equation modeling approach. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning5(2), 106–118.

    Teo, T. (2009). Assessing the factorial validity of the Computer Attitude Scale (CAS) using a Singaporean sample: A confirmatory factor analysis. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher18(2), 297–306. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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.[SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, Computer Science]

    Wong, S. L., & TeoT. (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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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 Technology8(4), 7–16. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q4 for Education]

    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 Review10(4), 535–545. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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. [SSCI,2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    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 Researcher18(1), 117–128. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

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

    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 Research40(1), 89–109. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2009). Modelling technology acceptance in education: A study of pre-service teachers. Computers & Education52(1), 302–312. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 in Education, Computer Science]

    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. [SSCI, 2018SJR= Q1 for Education]

    2008

    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 Education13, 15–28.

    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 &Society11(4), 265–280. [SSCI, 2018SJR= Q1 for Education, Sociology, Political Science]

    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 Education56(1), 18–32. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education, Music]

    Teo, T. & Chai, C. S. (2008). Confirmatory factor analysis of the Conception for Teaching and Learning Questionnaire (CTLQ). Asia-Pacific Education Researcher17(2), 215–224. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q2 for Education]

    Teo, T., & Noyes, J. (2008). Development and validation of a Computer Attitude Measure for Young Students (CAMYS). Computers in Human Behavior24(6), 2659–2667. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 for Human-Computer Interaction, Psychology]

    Teo, T. (2008). Pre-service teachers’ attitude towards computer use: A Singapore survey. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology24(4), 413–424. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    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 Education36(2), 163–174. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education

    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. [SSCI, 2018 SJR=Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T., & Lee, C. B. (2008). Attitudes towards computers among students in higher education: A case study in Singapore. British Journal of Educational Technology39(1), 160–162. [SSCI, 2018SJR= Q1 for Education]

    Teo, T. (2008). Assessing the computer attitudes of students: an Asian perspective. Computers inHuman Behavior24(4), 1634–1642. [SSCI, 2018SJR=Q1 Human-Computer Interaction, Psychology]

    2003 to 2007

    Teo, T. (2007). Perceived importance, enjoyment, and anxiety as correlates of computer attitudes. Psychological Reports100(1), 127–135. [SSCI, 2018SJR = Q3 for Psychology]

    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 Technology3(3).

    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.

    Teo, T. (2006). Attitudes toward computers: A study of post-secondary students in Singapore. Interactive Learning Environments,14(1), 17–24. [SSCI,2018 SJR =Q1 for Education, Computer Science Applications]

    Teo, T. (2006). Factors affecting gender differences in attitudes towards computers among students. Educational Research and Reviews1(1), 7–11.[Scopus, 2018 SJR=Q4 for Education]

    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 International43(4), 285–298.[Scopus, 2018 SJR = Q2 for Education, Communication]

    Teo, T. (2005). Relationship of Selected Listener Variables and Musical Preference of Young Students in Singapore. Music Education Research7(3), 349–362. [SSCI,2018 SJR= Q1 for Education, Music]

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

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