Maree DinanThompson
Maree DinanThompson
Associate Dean Teaching & Learning, Senior Lecturer, James Cook University
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‘Body practices—exposure and effect of a sporting culture?’Stories from three Australian swimmers
J McMahon, D Penney, M Dinan-Thompson
Sport, Education and Society 17 (2), 181-206, 2012
‘Body work—regulation of a swimmer body’: an autoethnography from an Australian elite swimmer
J McMahon, M DinanThompson
Sport, education and society 16 (1), 35-50, 2011
Assessment literacy in primary physical education
M DinanThompson, D Penney
European Physical Education Review 21 (4), 485-503, 2015
A malleable body: Revelations from an elite Australian swimmer
J McMahon, M Dinan Thompson
ACHPER Australia healthy lifestyles journal 55 (1), 23-28, 2008
Health & physical education: Issues for curriculum in Australia and New Zealand
M DinanThompson
Oxford University Press, 2009
Claiming ‘educative outcomes’ in HPE: The potential for ‘pedagogic action’
M DinanThompson
Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education 4 (2), 127-142, 2013
Exposure and effect: An investigation into a culture of body pedagogies
JAJ McMahon
University of Tasmania, 2010
A kickstart to life: Australian football league as a medium for promoting lifeskills in Cape York Indigenous communities
M Dinanthompson, J Sellwood, F Carless
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 37 (1), 152-164, 2008
Insideness and outsideness: An autoethnography of a primary physical education specialist teacher
C Brooks, M DinanThompson
European Physical Education Review 21 (3), 325-339, 2015
… it is not just a game”: Connecting with Culture through Traditional Indigenous Games
M Dinan Thompson, K Meldrum, J Sellwood
American Journal of Educational Research 2 (11), 1015-1022, 2014
Curriculum construction and implementation: a study of Queensland health and physical education
MT Dinan-Thompson
Public concerns and private interests in the construction of a health and physical education policy document in Queensland: A preliminary analysis
M Dinan-Thompson
Curriculum Perspectives 20, 1-7, 2000
Why the KLA? And why now?
M Dinan-Thompson
Pearson Education Australia, 2006
Construction and reconstruction of the health and physical education policy in Queensland
M Dinan-Thompson
Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education, 1998
Teachers facing health and physical education curriculum changes: a kaleidoscope of beliefs, values, emotions and interactions.
MD Thompson
ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal 48 (1), 9-13, 2001
Health and physical education and the online tertiary environment at two universities: Pre-service teachers' perceived'readiness' to teach HPE
JA McMahon, M Dinan Thompson
Australian Journal of Teacher Education (Online) 39 (3), 120-134, 2014
Health and physical education
S Whatman, M Dinan-Thompson
Teaching Primary Years, 286-305, 2020
Voices in health and physical education policy and practice in Australian states and territories
M Dinan-Thompson
Oxford University Press, 2009
Professional insiders/outsiders? Teacher professionalism and the primary school Physical Education specialist
C Brooks, M DinanThompson
Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education 4 (3), 235-248, 2013
(Non) neutrality of curriculum in Queensland
M Dinan-Thompson
Australian Curriculum Studies Association, 2005
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