• Charles Sturt University PO Box 789 Elizabeth Mitchell Drive Albury-Wodonga Campus Thurgoona, NSW 2640

    Australia

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20082019
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Personal profile

Personal profile

Course Director of Postgraduate Education Studies (non-initial teaching qualifications) and Senior Lecturer at Charles Sturt University. Have previously worked at other university institutions with roles that have included Course Coordinator of multiple initial teacher education degrees, Chair of School Board (Education), coordinator of Primary/Secondary PDHPE and Lecturing roles in Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) across over a dozen units in primary and secondary school teacher education over the past decade. Since 2012, I have generated an accumulated total of 82 books, book chapters, journal articles, refereed conference papers and other research outputs. I have received nearly $180,000 in internal research income, contributed towards education policies and readership of my education articles in The Conversation reached 150,000 readers in April 2019.

My research has been focused on schools as a crucial setting to develop students’ physical activity participation, health and wellbeing. The research has been guiding teacher awareness of the range of influences and strategies to develop students’ engagement in physical activities via both informal, pedagogical and curricular approaches. A strength has been the reach of this research both nationally and internationally. I am the editor and primary author of the book 'Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students' and co-editor of the upcoming book 'Health and Education interdependence' . Between 2012-2018 my work has been cited over 400 times and I have collaborated with 26 different researchers (from 15 different universities).

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Research Output 2008 2019

140th out of 146: Australian teens do close to the least physical activity in the world

Hyndman, B., Nov 2019, The Conversation.

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

Active play and minor games

Hyndman, B. & McMaster, N., 23 Apr 2019, Teaching health and physical education in early childhood and primary years. McMaster, N. (ed.). 1st ed. Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter (peer-reviewed)

Adapting to secondary school: why the physical environment is important too

Hyndman, B., 06 Feb 2019, The Conversation.

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

Australian Education Research Journals: A conceptual and thematic analysis of academic output from 2009-2019

Hyndman, B., 05 Dec 2019.

Research output: Other contribution to conferencePresentation only

educational research
education
secondary school
parents
inclusion

Benefits of lifelong physical activity

McMaster, N. & Hyndman, B., 23 Apr 2019, Teaching health and physical education in early childhood and primary years. McMaster, N. (ed.). Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter (peer-reviewed)

Prizes

Academic Conference Promotion Award

Brendon Hyndman (Recipient), Jan 2017

Prize: Award

promotion

Conference Award

Brendon Hyndman (Recipient), Nov 2008

Prize: Award

federation
graduate
educator
Teaching

Press / Media

Play in peril: how much should our kids be playing?

Brendon Hyndman

04/12/19

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Play in peril: How much should our kids be playing?

Brendon Hyndman

04/12/19

1 item of Media coverage

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Quarter of kids have no place to play at home as houses shrink

Brendon Hyndman

02/12/19

1 Media contribution

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Making Time for Play

Brendon Hyndman

30/11/19

1 item of Media coverage, 1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media