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Journal Articles (25)
Hyndman, Brendon (2016). The Disappearing Playground. CHILD Magazine,(February):20-21. 24 35
Hyndman, Brendon and Pill, Shane (2016). The Influences on Teaching Perspectives of Australian Physical Education Teacher Education Students: The First-Year Influences on Teaching Perspectives Exploratory (FIT-PE) Study. Australian Journal of Teacher Education,41(5 - Article 7)-21. 75 238 6
Hyndman, Brendon, Mahony, Linda, Aue Te Ava, Smith, Sue Erica and Nutton, Georgie (2016). Complementing the Australian primary school Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum: exploring children’s HPE learning experiences within varying school ground equipment contexts. Education 3-13 : International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education,(Online 3 March 2016). 73 13 7
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). The heat in northern Australian classrooms could impede learning. The Conversation,(7 August). 39 48
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Set kids free from playtime rules and restrictions. The West Australian,(1 July). 29 36
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Back to the starting blocks of physical education teaching: Identifying the teaching perspectives of first year pre-service physical education teachers. ACHPER Active and Healthy Magazine,22(1):12-16. 72  
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). What is the impact of sweating out HPE in top-end NT schools?. ACHPER Blog,(29 July). 51 1
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Understanding the Importance, Dimensions and Settings for Developing Children's Physical Activity Behaviour. Journal of Physical Activity, Sports & Exercise,3(1):1-13. 78   0
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Are our school playgrounds being wrapped in cotton wool?. The Conversation,(26 June). 71 65
Hyndman, Brendon and Telford, Amanda (2015). Should Educators be 'Wrapping School Playgrounds in Cotton Wool' to Encourage Physical Activity? Exploring Primary and Secondary Students' Voices from the School Playground. Australian Journal of Teacher Education,40(6 - Article No. 4):60-84. 89 85 16
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Where to next for school playground interventions to encourage active play? An exploration of structured and unstructured school playground strategies. Journal of Occupational Therapy Schools and Early Intervention,8(1):56-67. 158 21 4
Hyndman, Brendon, Chancellor, Barbara and Lester, Leanne (2015). Exploring the Seasonal Influences on Elementary Schoolchildren's Enjoyment of Physical Activity during School Breaks. Health Behavior and Policy Review,2(3):182-193. 79   0
Hyndman, Brendon and Lester, Leanne (2015). The Effect of an Emerging School Playground Strategy to Encourage Children's Physical Activity: The Accelerometer Intensities from Movable Playground and Lunchtime Activities in Youth (AIM-PLAY) Study. Children, Youth and Environments,25(3):109-128. 68   0
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). A Qualitative Investigation of Australian Youth Perceptions to Enhance School Physical Activity: The Environmental Perceptions Investigation of Children's Physical Activity (EPIC-PA) Study. Journal of Physical Activity and Health,13(5):543-550. 139 87 0
Hyndman, Brendon and Chancellor, Barbara (2015). Engaging children in activities beyond the classroom walls: A social-ecological exploration of Australian primary school children's enjoyment of school play activities. Journal of Playwork Practice,2(2):117-141. 160 12 48
Hyndman, Brendon and Lester, Leanne (2015). Exploring the Relationship between Elementary School Children's Enjoyment of School Playground Activities and Participation in Physical Activity during Lunchtime Recess. Children, Youth and Environments,25(1):80-99. 50   5
Hyndman, Brendon, Benson, Amanda C. and Telford, Amanda (2014). Exploring physical activity opportunities to complement the Health and Physical Education curriculum. ACHPER Active and Healthy Magazine,21(4):15-21. 87 87
Hyndman, Brendon, Benson, Amanda C., Ullah, Shahid and Telford, Amanda (2014). Evaluating the effects of the Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) school playground intervention on children's quality of life, enjoyment and participation in physical activity. BMC Public Health,14(Article No. 164). 106 87 0
Hyndman, Brendon, Benson, Amanda and Telford, Amanda (2014). Exploring physical activity opportunities to complement the Health and Physical Education curriculum. ACHPER Active and Healthy Magazine,21(4):15-21. 35 23
Hyndman, Brendon, Benson, Amanda C., Ullah, Shahid and Telford, Amanda (2014). Evaluating the effects of the Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) school playground intervention on children’s quality of life, enjoyment and participation in physical activity. BMC Public Health,14(164). 36 15 96
Hyndman, Brendon (2014). Exploring the differences in teaching perspectives between Australian pre-service and graduate physical education teachers. Journal of Physical Education and Sport,14(4):438-445. 83 28 0
Hyndman, Brendon, Benson, Amanda C., Ullah, Shahid, Finch, Caroline F. and Telford, Amanda (2014). Children's enjoyment of play during school lunchtime breaks: An examination of intraday and interday reliability. Journal of Physical Activity and Health,11(1):109-117. 194 232 0
Hyndman, Brendon, Benson, Amanda C. and Telford, Amanda (2014). A Guide for Educators to Move Beyond Conventional School Playgrounds: The RE-AIM Evaluation of the Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) Intervention. Australian Journal of Teacher Education,39(1 - Article 6). 130 99 0
Hyndman, Brendon, Telford, Amanda, Finch, Caroline, Ullah, Shahid and Benson, Amanda C. (2013). The Development of the Lunchtime Enjoyment of Activity and Play Questionnaire. Journal of School Health,83(4):256-264. 96 98 7
Hyndman, Brendon, Telford, Amanda, Finch, Caroline F. and Benson, Amanda C. (2012). Moving Physical Activity Beyond the School Classroom: A Social-ecological Insight for Teachers of the facilitators and barriers to students' non-curricular physical activity. Australian Journal of Teacher Education,37(2):1-24. 66 62 0
Conference Papers (9)
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Looking beyond the classroom walls: An insight for teachers of primary and secondary students' perceptions to enhance the school physical activity environment. In: 29th International Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) conference, Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, S.A., 13-15 April 2015. 88 16
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Exploring the relationship of primary school children's enjoyment of school-based physical activities with health-related quality of life and participation in physical activity.. In: 29th International Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) conference., Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, S.A, 13-15 April 2015. 34  
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). Engaging students in activities beyond the classroom: A social-ecological exploration of primary school students’ enjoyment of school-based physical activities. In: 29th International Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) conference, Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, S.A., 13-15 April 2015. 103 19
Hyndman, Brendon (2015). The Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) intervention: Exploring the possibilities for creative primary school physical activity opportunities.. In: 29th International Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) conference, Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, S.A., . 93  
Hyndman, Brendon, Telford, Amanda and Finch, Caroline (2011). What social ecological components of school play spaces would encourage children to be physically active?. In: Promoting healthy eating and physical activity: The latest international research - 2011 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physcial Activity, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, VIC, 15-18 June 2011. 23 1
Hyndman, Brendon, Telford, Amanda, Benson, Amanda, Ullah, Shahid and Finch, Caroline (2011). Children's school lunchtime enjoyment: An exploration of intra- and inter-day agreement.. In: 2011 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activitiy, Melbourne, VIC, 15-18 June 2011. 28 1
Telford, Amanda, Hyndman, Brendon, Benson, Amanda and Finch, Caroline (2011). Trash or treasure: Using recycled household and garden items in primary school playgrounds to encourage active, social and engaged play.. In: Promoting healthy eating and physical activity: The latest international research - 2011 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physcial Activity, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, VIC, 15-18 June 2011. 37 1
Hyndman, Brendon (). Developing a methodology to explore the influences of environmental heat on children’s Health and Physical Education within ‘top-end’ Northern Territory schools: The beginning of the HEATS study.. In: The 2015 AARE-UQ Health and Physical Education Research Conference, University of Queensland, St Lucia campus, Brisbane, QLD, 19-20 June. 34  
Hyndman, Brendon, Telford, Amanda and Finch, Caroline (). What components of school play spaces would encourage children to be physically active?. In: 7th National Physical Activity Conference, Be Active '09 - Sports Medicine Australia, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, 14-17 October 2009. 64