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University wellness class impact on the cardiorespiratory fitness of overweight/obese students.
Overweight/obese adults have significantly higher rates of hypertension and CVD than individuals with desirable BMIs (Must et. al., 1999). Regular MVPA significantly improves cardiorespiratory fitness in adults and the ...
98.7 RPP FM Radio Peninsula, Victoria, Australia interview with Dr Timothy Lynch, Monash University, Faculty of Education.
(98.7 RPP FM Radio Peninsula, Victoria, Australia., 2015-06-16)
The Breakfast Table with Debra Mar - discussing children swimming during winter with Dr. Timothy Lynch, Monash University, Faculty of Education, Melbourne, Australia.
Teacher training should give students a healthy chance.
(Monash University, 2013-11-14)
Changes to primary teacher pre-service preparation could ensure better health and wellbeing outcomes for young children, according to a new survey of Australian government primary school principals.
BLOG: Semantics: ‘physical education’ vs ‘physical literacy’
Is physical literacy (PL) a clever way to promote physical education (PE) or has it further confused teachers? A recent study by Lynch and Soukup (2016) found that labels such as ‘physical literacy’ are counterproductive ...
Karate kids: should we be worried about martial arts in pre-schools? The Conversation.
(The Conversation, 2013-02-20)
When you think of martial arts, you probably think of bare fists and bloodied faces, not a four year-old in a child care centre.
ABC 774 Red Symons interview with Dr Tim Lynch Monash University
Red Symons interviews Monash University faculty of Education Senior Lecturer Tim Lynch - discussing children who swim in winter will be fitter and have stronger immune systems, making them less susceptible to common winter ...
What does a role model Australian primary school Health and Physical Education (HPE) programme look like?
(International Council Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER-SD), 2011-12-29)
The Teresa Carlson Award is the Australian Council for Health and Physical Education (ACHPER) Queensland’s most prestigious. Dr. Teresa Carlson was an outstanding academic, teacher and ACHPER Queensland State President. ...
Community collaboration through sport: bringing schools together.
(Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA), 2012-09-26)
The purpose of this paper/presentation is to share how sport was used to bridge the gap and build relationships between Monash University (Gippsland campus) pre-service education and six rural primary schools during semester ...
A resource package Framework for producing quality graduates to work in rural, regional and remote Australia: a global perspective.
(Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA)., 2013-02-15)
The aim of this paper/presentation is to advocate the resource package for producing quality graduates to work in rural, regional and remote Australia (TERRR Network), using a global perspective. This paper argues that the ...
Investigating a win, win situation: delivering quality swimming experiences for children in local primary schools within the Gippsland region, through teacher education.
(Monash University, 2011-11-21)
The goals established at the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (December, 2008) were “about equity and social justice and improved learning outcomes for our most disadvantaged and isolated ...