Robyne Garrett


Robyne has worked at the University of South Australia since 1996. She teaches in the areas of Physical Education, Dance and Coaching Methedologies. Her research interests include Health and Physical Education teacher training and pedagogy, Gender and physical activity, Dance, Mobility and ageing, Pedagogies for and Justice and Wellbeing of University Students.

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8 Nov 2018

Curriculum and pedagogical practices for improved educational outcomes, justice and inclusion in physical education are central to this chapter.

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13 Sep 2016

Central to this paper are pedagogies for social justice and improved engagement of boys in dance within a school located in an area of high socio-economic disadvantage.

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14 Aug 2014

The expansion of neo-liberal policies' framing higher education has contributed to an increase in participation rates of students from non-traditional backgrounds. While an increase of a wider range of students might be seen as contributing to a more just and equitable higher education system, research...

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25 Jun 2014

It is commonly recognised that health and well-being are influenced by social conditions, such as the transition to higher education. This study explored student perceptions and experiences of factors that impacted on health and well-being during the first year of university studies. Data for this...

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