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Brymer, Eric (2009) The role of extreme sports in lifestyle enhancement and wellness. In Cuddihy, Thomas F. & Brymer, Eric G. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 26th ACHPER International Conference : Creating Active Futures, School of Human Movement Studies, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD 4059, Australia., Queensland University of technology, Brisbane, Queensland, pp. 285-299.
Brymer, Eric, Cuddihy, Thomas, & Sharma-Brymer, Vinathe (2010) The role of nature-based experiences in the development and maintenance of wellness. Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 1(2), pp. 21-27.
Buckley, Lisa, Sheehan, Mary C., & Chapman, Rebekah L. (2009) The inclusion of first aid in an injury prevention curriculum. In Proceedings of the 26th Australasian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation International Conference, 7-10 July 2009, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland.
Byrmer, Eric & Cuddihy, Thomas F. (2009) Ecological perspectives and wellness. In Cuddihy, Thomas F. & Brymer, Eric G. (Eds.) Edited Proceedings of the 26th ACHPER International Conference: Creating Active Futures, School of Human Movement Studies, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD 4059, Australia., Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, pp. 301-309.
Chow, Jia Yi , Renshaw, Ian, Button, Chris , Davids, Keith , & Keat , Clara Tan Wee (2013) Effective learning design for the individual : a nonlinear pedagogical approach in physical education. In Ovens , Alan, Hopper, Timothy, & Butler, Joy (Eds.) Complexity thinking in physical education : reframing curriculum, pedagogy and research. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London, pp. 121-134.
Daly, Craig B., Hudson, Peter B., & Hudson, Sue M. (2011) Move it, use it : university-school collaboration for learning to teach physical education in primary schools. In Moving People, Moving Foward, University of Limerick, Ireland.
Johnson, Rebecca, Sendall, Marguerite C., & McCauig, Louise (2014) Primary schools and the delivery of relationships and sexuality education : the experience of Queensland teachers. Sex Education : Sexuality, Society and Learning, 14(4), pp. 359-374.
Moy, Brendan & Renshaw, Ian (2009) How current pedagogy methods in games teaching in the UK, Australia and the US have been shaped by historical, socio cultural, environmental and political constraints. In Cuddhiy, Tom & Brymer, Eric (Eds.) Edited Proceedings of the 26th ACHPER International Conference : Creating Active Futures, Human Movement Studies, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, pp. 95-106.
Rachele, Jerome N., Cuddihy, Thomas F., Washington, Tracy L., & McPhail, Steven M. (2014) Physical activity promotion as a school priority : what do parents think? In AIESEP 2014 World Congress, 10-13 February 2014, University of Auckland, Auckland. (Unpublished)
Renshaw, I. (2012) We’re all going on a constraint-led cricketing holiday. In Teaching Games for Understanding Conference 2012, Loughborough University, UK.
Rossi, Anthony & Carroll, Timothy (2013) Ongoing Adaptation as a Feature of Complexity : Further Thoughts and Possible Ideas for Pedagogy in Physical Activity. In Ovens, Alan, Hopper, Tim, & Butler, Joy (Eds.) Complexity Thinking in Physical Education : Reframing Curriculum, Pedagogy and Research. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London & New York, pp. 79-92.
Rossi, Anthony & Tan, Wah Kiat (2012) Action Research in Physical Education : Cycles, Not Circles! In Armour, Kathleen & Macdonald, Doune (Eds.) Research Methods in Physical Education and Youth Sport. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), Abingdon & New York, pp. 250-262.
Rossi, Tony (1997) Seeing it differently: physical education, teacher education and the possibilities of personal construct theory. Sport, Education and Society, 2(2), pp. 205-220.
Rossi, Tony, Fry, Joan M., McNeill, Mike, & Tan, Clara W.K. (2007) The Games Concept Approach (GCA) as a mandated practice : views of Singaporean teachers. Sport, Education and Society, 12(1), pp. 93-111.
Rossi, Tony & Hopper, Timothy (2001) Using personal construct theory and narrative methods to facilitate reflexive constructions of teaching physical education. Australian Educational Researcher, 28(3), pp. 87-116.
Rossi, Tony & Nicholls, Jem (1994) The value of theoretical coursework : what teachers think. British Journal of Physical Education Research Supplement, 15(Winter), p. 18.
Rossi, Tony, Rynne, Steven B., & Rabjohns, Marty (2015) Moving forwards with the aim of going backwards fast : high performance rowing as a learning environment. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. (In Press)
Rossi, Tony & Wright, Jan (2002) Children’s physical activity, health and physical education in isolated rural contexts : the views of parent educators in Queensland. Education in Rural Australia, 12(1), pp. 2-8.
Smeal, Georgia, Carpenter, Belinda J., & Tait, Gordon (1993) Feminism, physical education and the realities of the classroom. Feminist Teacher, 7(3), pp. 33-40.
Smeal, Georgia, Carpenter, Belinda J., & Tait, Gordon (1992) Ideals and realities : articulating a feminist perspective in physical education. Quest, 7(3), pp. 410-424.
Smeal, Georgia, Carpenter, Belinda J., & Tait, Gordon (1993) Implementing feminist pedagogy in physical education. A C H P E R National Journal (Australia), 40(2), pp. 14-18.
Tait, Gordon (1997) A new approach to cultural and individual identity. In Change & challenge in health and physical education : a collection of papers on subject discipline renewal in the health and physical education learning area. Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Melbourne, pp. 46-50.
Whatman, Susan L. (2008) Wis Wei Youpla health? Health education in the Torres Strait. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, Saarbrucken, Germany.