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  • Benefitting from National Initiatives: Tennis Australia ‘Hot Shots’ 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    The purpose of this chapter is to share the continued ‘Friday Sports’ community partnership programme success. The programme again accentuated the vital role pre-service teacher education can play in the development of ...
  • Conclusion and Recommendations 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    The purpose of sharing this partnership story is to promote quality learning experiences in physical education, and subsequent promotion of health and wellbeing. Data gathered suggest the learning opportunities created ...
  • Context of Partnerships 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    Sustainability of partnerships requires problem solving, which considers ‘context’. The context setting within this partnership was Latrobe Valley, Gippsland (Victoria, Australia), but it was also heavily influenced at ...
  • Creating Local Pathways in University Teacher Education: Planting the Seed 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    This chapter shares the very beginnings of the partnership journey, metaphorically as a seed which incrementally developed as opportunities were presented. The university classes for the semester swimming unit EDF2611 ...
  • Developing Local Partnerships in HPE (Win, Win, Win) 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    The community collaborative partnership was extended in semester one 2012 as part of unit EDF3619 ‘Sport and physical activity education’. The purpose of this chapter is to share insights of this programme. A key goal for ...
  • Global Community Partnership Research 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    This chapter investigates a successful teacher education programme in the UK, awarded ‘Outstanding’ by England’s Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Furthermore, the success of the programme ...
  • Global Insights and Support 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    This chapter shares a deeper analysis of insights from the UK case study research, which indicated that partnership complexities were minimised when the relationships were developed over a sustained period of time, where ...
  • Introduction 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    This chapter introduces the partnership story, offering guidance to various local and global community stakeholders in understanding contemporary directions and future priorities for Health, Wellbeing, and Physical Education ...
  • Making Sense of the Big Picture: What the Literature Says 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    Community partnerships are not a new concept. What is known is that partnerships are contextual, and therefore, no partnerships are the same. Hence, the purpose of this chapter is to investigate what research suggests to ...
  • Overcoming Barriers and Problem Solving 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    The purpose of this chapter is to investigate the difficulties within partnerships, the problems to be solved. The UN state that ‘partnerships’ are essential for implementation of the SDGs but also acknowledge that many ...
  • Partnerships Work: Continuing the Success in Swimming and Water Safety 

    Lynch, TJ (Springer International PublishingSwitzerland, 2016-07-30)
    The purpose of this chapter is to share the continued swimming education community partnership programme success. Pathways were investigated and initiated in 2011 which began a journey of collaboration between Australian ...

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