Dr Patrick Camilleri

Dr Patrick Camilleri

Dr Patrick Camilleri

 B.Ed.(Hons)(Melit.),M.Ed. Science Education (Sheff.),Ed.D.(Sheff.),MOTC (Illinois)

Senior Lecturer

Faculty of Education
Leadership for Learning and Innovation
104A MaKS Building
  +356 2340 3459
I lecture on Digitally Mediated Pedagogies and Digital Leadership within the Faculty of Education.

I specialise in the socio-cognitive processes that define development and emergence of new behaviours at the human/computer interface levels in Information Systems.

I am interested in the construction and evaluation of socio-cognitive models that analyse individual and group perceptions regarding usefulness and usage of technology in terms of cognitive instrumental processes and social influence. I am also interested in the implementation of new technologies in organisations with special emphasis to ICT and Digitally mediated behaviours.

I practise my expertise to analyse behavioural trends in internet based systems as part of the Web 2.0 phenomenon for innovatory teaching and learning particularly with regards to e and m-learning platforms.

ITELab Pedagogical Expert Board Member, ITELab. Innovating ITE Curricula
Committee member at the eSkills Malta Foundation
Local Curriculum Development Expert: Digital Literacy
First Scientix Ambassador for Malta.

Keywords (In Alphabetical Order):

Digital Literacies, Duality of Technology, Game Based Learning, ICT policies, ICT and Science Education, Internet Safety and Ethics, Leadership and Innovation, Online Communities, Technology Acceptance Model(s), Technology Enhanced Learning, Technological Frames Research, The Information Society,The Ontology of the Internet, The Semantic Web, Virtual Worlds, Web 2.0.
  • Technological Frames of Reference
  • The Sociology of Technology
  • Cognitive science
  • Digital Leadership
  • Informatics
  • Digitally Mediated Learning
  • Science Education

CAMILLERI, P., 2019. Schools, culture and the digital era. A case for change? In: C. BEZZINA and S. CARUANA, eds, Teacher Education Matters: transforming lives....transforming schools. 1 edn. Faculty of Education, University of Malta. Gutenberg Press Ltd., pp. 166-176.

CAMILLERI, P., 2018. Digitally Mediated Leadership.: Harnessing Tomorrow’s School-Leadership Skills Today. A Maltese Outlook. In: A. HUSSEIN I., ed, Predictive Models for School Leadership and Practices. IGI Global, .

CAMILLERI, P., 2018. Looking for cracks in the pavement. Maltese teachers’ temporal adaptation patterns towards tablet PC use in formal educational settings. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 18(2), pp. http://www.citejournal.org/volume-18/issue-2-18/current-practice/looking-for-cracks-in-the-pavement-maltese-teachers-temporal-adaptation-patterns-toward-tablet-pc-use-in-formal-educational-settings.

CAMILLERI, P., 2018. Robot-proof: higher education in the age of artificial intelligence. (Book Review). Journal of Education for Teaching. International research and pedagogy, 44(4), pp. 519-520-https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02607476.2018.1500792.

CAMILLERI, P., 2017. The Ghost in the Machine. A Structurational Interpretation of Maltese Policies on ICT and Education. MRER. Maltese Review of Educational Research, 11(1), pp. 127-147.

CAMILLERI, P., 2017. Minding the Gap. Proposing a Teacher Learning-Training Framework for the Integration of Robotics in Primary Schools In Education. Informatics in Education., 16(2), pp. 165-179.

CAMILLERI, P., September, 27, 2015, September, 27, 2015. To play or not to play – video games for learning. Times of Malta. Sunday Times.

CAMILLERI, P., April, 19, 2015, April, 19. 2015. Digitally Mediated Learning is Crucial. Times of Malta. Sunday Times.

CAMILLERI, P., May, 1, 2014, May 1, 2014. Are Tablets the Future for Education?. Times of Malta.

CAMILLERI, P., 2012. Teachers' Interpretations of the Internet. An Applied Case Study for the Evaluation of Technological Frames of Reference. Informatics In Education., 11(2), pp. 151-167.

CAMILLERI, P., 2011. Into The Looking Glass Of Interpretations. A Methodological Evaluation Of Technological Frames. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 4(9), pp. 299-305.

CAMILLERI, P., 2010. SEC Physics Q&A 2008-2009. Miller Distributors Ltd, Malta.

CAMILLERI, P., 2010. SEC Success Physics Questions and Model Answers 2006-2007. Malta: Agius and Agius Books LTD.

CAMILLERI, P., 2009. Detectors at CERN. MASE e-news letter, 3, Special Edition. CERN Visit., pp. 5-7.

CAMILLERI, P., 2005. A Postmodern Perspective On The Educational Attributes Of Hypertext Environments. Journal Of Maltese Educational Research, 3(2), pp. 66-81.

CAMILLERI, P., 2005. A Short Reflection On Values And Educational Research. Symposia Melitensia, 2, pp. 113-123.

  • EDS5004 - Research Component A: Preparing for the Dissertation
  • EPE5001 - Creating Positive Learning Environments
  • HPN3009 - Trends in Family and Society in the Digital World
  • IAL5001 - Themes in Education 2
  • LLI5005 - Project: Implementing TEL in Area of Specialisation
  • MSG5005 - Resources for the Secondary Geography Curriculum
  • MSS1007 - Presenting Science in the Digital Age
  • MSS5002 - Resources for the Secondary Science Curriculum