An exploratory survey on teaching practices integrating nutrition and mathematics in Australian primary schools
Can physical education and physical activity outcomes be developed simultaneously using a game-centered approach?
Changes in science teaching self-efficacy among primary teacher education students
Cluster randomised controlled trial of an online intervention to improve healthy food purchases from primary school canteens: a study protocol of the ‘click & crunch’ trial
- Wyse, Rebecca, Delaney, Tessa, Attia, John, Oldmeadow, Chris, Sutherland, Rachel, Nathan, Nicole, Reilly, Kathryn, Reeves, Penny, Wolfenden, Luke, Gibbins, Pennie, Ball, Kylie, Campbell, Karen, Yoong, Sze Lin, Seward, Kirsty, Zoetemeyer, Rachel, Rissel, Chris, Wiggers, John
Evaluation of a school-based physical activity and fundamental movement skill intervention for children living in low-income communities: the Supporting Children’s Outcomes using Rewards, Exercise and Skills (SCORES) cluster randomised controlled trial
Grouping primary students by achievement for literacy and numeracy instruction: who wins?
- Wagner, Bree, Carmichael Olson, Heather, Carter, Maureen, Bruce, Kaashifah, Cherel, Sue, Fitzpatrick, James, Symons, Martyn, Mazzucchelli, Trevor G., Jirikowic, Tracy, Latimer, Jane, Watkins, Rochelle, Cross, Donna, Boulton, John, Wright, Edie
Movement-based mathematics: enjoyment and engagement without compromising learning through the EASY Minds program
Outcomes and process evaluation of a programme integrating physical activity into the primary school mathematics curriculum: the EASY minds pilot randomised controlled trial
Physical activity and skills intervention: SCORES cluster randomized controlled trial
Psychological, social and physical environmental mediators of the SCORES intervention on physical activity among children living in low-income communities
Rationale and study protocol of the EASY Minds (encouraging activity to stimulate young minds) program: cluster randomized controlled trial of a primary school-based physical activity integration program for mathematics
Reconciling the terrible twins: investigating the relationship of literacy and numeracy in primary classrooms
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