c/o- Assoc. Prof. Helen Watt
Faculty of Education, Bldg 6
Monash University, Clayton Campus
Melbourne VIC 3800 AUSTRALIA
- Morrison, F. J. (2009). What Teachers Believe, Say and Do: A study of the relationship between teacher self-efficacy for student engagement, their engagement practices, and student engagement. Unpublished M.Ed. (Research) thesis, Monash University [Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Helen Watt].
Abstracts Refereed Conference Papers
- Morrison, F. J. (2007, Nov.). Beginning teachers' self-efficacy for enhancing student engagement. Paper presented in Symposium ‘Teaching Choices – Careers, Confidence, Growth and Engagement’. AARE Annual Conference Papers [Paper ID MOR07347], Fremantle, Nov 25-29. ISSN 13249339. Fiona was awarded an Australian Association for Research in Education postgraduate travel award to present her paper. The annual national competition involved $600 and a certificate.
- Morrison, F. J. & Watt, H. M. G. (2008, Dec.). What teachers say and do to engage students in their classes. Paper presented in symposium '“Once more unto the breach dear friends, once more”: Motivation and engagement in students and teachers'. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference, Brisbane, Nov. 30 – Dec. 4.
- Morrison, F. J., Watt, H. M. G. & Richardson, P. W. (2008, Dec.). How do teachers’ self-efficacy and instructional strategies for student engagement relate to students’ reported engagement? Paper presented in symposium 'Multiple dimensions and correlates of teacher self-efficacy'. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference, Brisbane, Nov. 30 – Dec. 4.