This is a list of my academic publications to date. Some of the papers are available for downloading, others can be accessed via the journals/books they are published in.

#### Books

**Attard, C.** & Holmes, K. (2020) *Technology Enabled Mathematics Education: Optimising Student Engagement. *London: Routledge

Sawyer, W., Munns, G., Zammit, K., **Attard, C.**, Vass, E., Hatton, C. (2018) *Engaging Schooling: Developing Exemplary Education for Students in Poverty*. London: Routledge

**Journal Articles**

Attard, C. & Holmes, K. (2020). “It gives you that sense of hope”: An exploration of technology use to mediate student engagement with mathematics. *Heliyon, *6(1) 2 e02945.

**Attard, C,** (2017). Re-engaging with primary mathematics through sustained professional development : a case study. *Southeast Asian Mathematics Education Journal*, *7*(1), 3-18.

Orlando J, Attard C, 2016, Digital natives come of age : the reality of today’s early career teachers using mobile devices to teach mathematics, *Mathematics Education Research Journal*, vol 28, no 1, pp 107-121

Attard, C. (2014). “I don’t like it, I don’t love it, but I do it and I don’t mind”: Introducing a framework for engagement with mathematics. *Curriculum Perspectives, 34*(3), 1-14.

Attard, C. (2013). “If I had to pick any subject, it wouldn’t be maths”: Foundations for engagement with mathematics during the middle years. *Mathematics Education Research Journal, 25*(4), 569-587.

Attard, C. (2012). Applying a framework for engagement in the primary mathematics classroom. *Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 17*(4), 22-27.

Attard, C. (2012). Transition from primary to secondary school mathematics: Students’ perceptions *Southeast Asian Mathematics Education Journal, 2*(2), 31-44.

Attard, C. (2012). Engagement with mathematics: What does it mean and what does it look like? *Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 17*(1), 9-13.

Attard, C. (2011). Engagement with mathematics: The influence of teachers. *Southeast Asian Mathematics Education Journal, 1*(1), 31-39.

Attard, C. (2011). “My favourite subject is maths. For some reason no-one really agrees with me”: Student perspectives of mathematics teaching and learning in the upper primary classroom. *Mathematics Education Research Journal, 23*(3), 363-377.

**Book Chapters**

**Attard, C.** (2018). Mobile technologies in the primary mathematics classroom: Engaging or not?In N. Calder & K. Larkin (Eds) (2018). *Using Mobile Technologies in the Learning of Mathematics. *(pp. 51-65)Singapore: Springer

**Attard C**, Ingram N, Forgasz H, Leder G, Grootenboer P, (2016), Mathematics education and the affective domain in *Research in Mathematics Education in Australasia: 2012-2015*, Makar, Katie, Dole, Shelley, Visnovska, Jana, Goos, Merrilyn, Bennison, Anne, Fry, Kym, Singapore, pp 73-96Attard C, 2014, iPads in the primary mathematics classroom : exploring the experiences of four teachers in *Empowering the Future Generation Through Mathematics Education*, White, Allan L., Tahir, Suhaidah binti, Cheah, Ui Hock, Malaysia, pp 369-384, [ORS ID: 234921]

**Attard C, **(2015), Introducing iPads into primary mathematics classrooms : teachers’ experiences and pedagogies in *Integrating Touch-Enabled and Mobile Devices into Contemporary Mathematics Education*, Meletiou-Mavrotheris, Maria, Mavrou, Katerina , Paparistodemou, Efi, U.S., pp 193-213.

**Attard C, **(2014), Engaging with the Working Mathematically strand through the use of iPads in *Implementing the New NSW Mathematics Syllabus: Off to a Flying Start!*, Attard, Catherine, White, Allan L., Burwood, N.S.W., pp 8-14, [ORS ID: 234800]

**Attard, C**. (2012). The influence of pedagogy on student engagement with mathematics during the middle years of schooling. In A. L. White & U. H. Cheah (Eds.), *Transforming School Mathematics Education in the 21st Century* (pp. 140-157). Penang: SEAMEO RECSAM.

Lomas, G, Grootenboer, P, & **Attard, **C. (2012). The Affective Domain and Mathematics Education. In B. Perry & C. Vale (Eds.), *Research in Mathematics Education in Australasia 2008-2011* (pp. 23-38). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

**Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers**

**Attard, C.,** Edwards-Groves, C., & **Grootenboer, P.** (2018). Dialogic practices in the mathematics classroom. In Hunter, J., Perger, P., & Darragh, L. (Eds.). *Making waves, opening spaces* (Proceedings of the 41st annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia) pp. 122-129. Auckland: MERGA.

Ley, J., **Attard, C**., & Holmes, K. (2018). The Five Question Approach: Disrupting the Linear Approach to Mathematics Teaching. In Hunter, J., Perger, P., & Darragh, L. (Eds.). *Making waves, opening spaces* (Proceedings of the 41st annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia) pp. 479-486. Auckland: MERGA.

Bragg, L., **Attard, C**., Muir, T., & Livy, S. (2018). Children’s literature in the mathematics classroom: A flexible approach to practice. In F. J. Hsieh,(Ed.). *Proceedings of the 8 ^{th} ICMI-East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education, *Taipei, Taiwan.

**Attard C.**, & Orlando J., 2014, Early career teachers, mathematics and technology : device conflict and emerging mathematical knowledge. Paper presented at the Curriculum in focus: Research Guided Practice (Proceedings of the 27^{th} Annual conference of the Mathematic*s *Education Research Group of Australasia), Sydney.

**Attard, C. **(2013). *Introducing iPads into Primary Mathematics Pedagogies: An Exploration of Two Teachers’ Experiences*. Paper presented at the Mathematics education: Yesterday, today and tomorrow (Proceedings of the 36th Annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia), Melbourne.

**Attard, C**, & Curry, C. (2012, July). *Exploring the use of iPads to engage young students with mathematics.* Paper presented at the Mathematics education: Expanding horizons, (Proceedings of the 35th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia) Singapore.

**Attard, C**. (2011). *The influence of teachers on student engagement with mathematics during the middle years.* Paper presented at the 34th Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Alice Springs, NT.

**Attard, C.** (2010). *Students’ experiences of mathematics during the transition from primary to secondary school.* Paper presented at the 33rd annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Fremantle, Perth.

**Attard, C.** (2010, 2-3 December). *Students’ perceptions of mathematics teaching and learning during the middle years.* Paper presented at the MAV Annual Conference, La Trobe University, Bundoora.

**Attard, C**. (2009). *‘My favourite subject is maths. For some reason no-one really agress with me’: What Year 6 students say about mathematics*. Paper presented at the 32nd annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Wellington, NZ.

**Attard, C**. (2009). *Student perspectives of mathematics teaching and learning in the upper primary classroom.* Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (CoSMED 2009), Penang, MA.

**Attard, C.** (2007). *Improving the motivation and attitudes of boys in upper primary school through the use of student directed learning: An action research report*. Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (CoSMEd) 2007, Penang, Malaysia.

**Research Reports**

**Attard C.,** Berger N., McDonald P. (2019), *Fast Tracking the Future Education Program: Sydney Metro Professional Development Project Evaluation* *Final Report*. Penrith: Western Sydney University.

**Attard C,** (2019), *Middle Years Mathematics: Improving Teaching and Learning through Action Research*, *Final Report. *Penrith: Western Sydney University.

**Attard, C**. (2018). *The Euclid Project: Improving Middle Years Mathematics Engagement Through Action Research Final Report. *Penrith: Western Sydney University.

**Attard C**, (2016), *Research Evaluation of Matific Mathematics Learning Resources: Project Report*, Slate Science Incorporated.

**Attard C, **(2016), *Mathematics + Money = Engagement: Financial Literacy as a Tool to Increase Opportunity and Engagement with Mathematics for Students from Low Socio-Economic Areas: Final Report*, Financial Literacy Australia

**Attard C**, (2015), *Engaging Teachers to Engage Students with Mathematics: Building Teacher Capacity through Sustained Professional Development*, Bennett Road Public School

**PhD Thesis**

**Attard, C. **(2011). *Influences on student engagement during the middle years of schooling.* (Doctoral thesis), University of Western Sydney, Sydney.

**Articles Published in Professional Journals (not peer reviewed)**

**Attard, C.** (2018). Financial literacy: Mathematics and money improving student engagement. *Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom*, *23*(1), 9-11.

**Attard, C.** (2013). Thanks for the iPads, but what do we do with them? Integrating iPads into the teaching and learning of primary mathematics. *Curriculum Leadership, 11*(1). http://www.curriculum.edu.au/leader/integrating_ipads_into_the_teaching_and_learning_o,35917.html?issueID=12708

**Attard, C**. (2012). Teaching with technology: Exploring the use of robotics to teach mathematics. *Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 17*(2), 31-32.

**Attard, C**. (2012). Making mathematics relevant: Putting the ‘home’ back into mathematics homework. *Curriculum Leadership, 10*(5). http://www.curriculum.edu.au/leader/making_mathematics_relevant_putting_the_home_ba,34694.html?issueID=12565

**Attard, C**, & Northcote, M. (2012). Teaching with technology: Using mobile technologies to support student learning (Part 2). *Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 17*(1), 29-32.

**Attard, C.** (2011). Teaching with technology. *Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 16*(2), 30-32.

**Attard, C,** & Northcote, M. (2011). Teaching with technology: Using mobile technologies to support student learning (Part 1). *Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 16*(4), 29-31.

**Attard, C. **(2011). ‘If you like the teacher, you’ll ‘get’ maths more”: students talk about good mathematics teachers. *Curriculum Leadership, 9*(6). http://www.curriculum.edu.au/leader/default.asp?id=33017&issueID=12371

**Attard, C,** & Flanagan, L. (2010). Investigating ways: Using mathematics investigations to support mathematical thinking in the primary classroom. *Reflections, 35*(1), 5-8.

**Attard, C**. (2010). Using picture books as starting points for mathematical investigations. *Square One, 20*(2), 13-14.

**Attard, C, **& McDaid, K. (2009). Tasks to motivate and engage during the middle years. *Reflections, 34*(1), 7-11.

**Attard, C**. (2008). Maths madness in Malta. *Square One, 17*(4), 8.

**Attard, C**. (2008). Motivation and engagement in middle school mathematics. *Reflections, 33*(1), 23-27.

Attard, C. (2004). Gender equity in the mathematics classroom. *Square One, 14*(2), 4-7.

Attard, C, & McDaid, K. (2004). Multiplication madness. *Reflections, 29*(1), 15-16.

Attard, C, & McDaid, K. (2003). How do we know what they learned? *Reflections, 28*(1), 17-19.