A school-based randomized controlled trial to improve physical activity among Iranian high school girls
Can continuing professional development utilizing a game-centred approach improve the quality of physical education teaching delivered by generalist primary school teachers?
Can physical education and physical activity outcomes be developed simultaneously using a game-centered approach?
Controlled evaluation of a physical activity intervention for senior school students: effects of the lifetime activity program
Effects of professional development on the quality of teaching: results from a randomised controlled trial of quality teaching rounds
Evaluation of an extra-curricular school sport programme promoting lifestyle and lifetime activity for adolescents
Evaluation of the health promotion model to predict physical activity in Iranian adolescent boys
Impact of an extra-curricular school sport programme on determinants of objectively measured physical activity among adolescents
Movement-based mathematics: enjoyment and engagement without compromising learning through the EASY Minds program
Obesity in men: are professional football clubs onside?
Quality Teaching Rounds as a professional development intervention for enhancing the quality of teaching: rationale and study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial
Results from Australia's 2014 report card on physical activity for children and youth
- Schranz, Natasha, Olds, Tim, Lubans, David, Macdonald, Doune, Macniven, Rona, Morgan, Philip, Okely, Tony, Parish, Anne-Maree, Plotnikoff, Ron, Shilton, Trevor, Straker, Leon, Timperio, Anna, Cliff, Dylan, Trost, Stewart, Vella, Stewart, Ziviani, Jenny, Tomkinson, Grant, Davern, Melanie, Engelen, Lina, Giles-Corti, Billie, Gomersall, Sjaan, Hardy, Louise, Hesketh, Kylie, Hills, Andrew
Results from Australia's 2018 report card on physical activity for children and youth
- Schranz, Natasha, Glennon, Vanessa, Tomkinson, Grant R., Vella, Stewart, Ziviani, Jenny, Olds, Tim, Evans, John, Gomersall, Sjaan, Hardy, Louise, Hesketh, Kylie D., Lubans, David, Ridgers, Nichola D., Straker, Leon, Stylianou, Michalis
The ATLAS school-based health promotion programme: does a need-supportive learning context help to motivate adolescent boys?
The theory of expanded, extended, and enhanced opportunities for youth physical activity promotion.
The ‘Learning to Enjoy Activity with Friends’ programme
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