Dr John Haynes

Lecturer, Health, Physical and Sports Studies Education - School of Education

John Haynes

Phone: +61 2 6773 5091

Email: jhaynes2@une.edu.au

Biography

John Haynes is a member of the Health, Physical and Sport Studies Education team in the School of Education.

PhD.Thesis Title:  Qualitative Analyses Of A Fundamental Motor Skill Across The Lifespan: Linking Practice And Theory

Qualifications

BA, MEd (Stud), Dip PE, PhD. MACHPER

Memberships

Australian Council for Health. Physial Education and Recreation (ACHPER)
Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE)
International Society for Teacher Education (ISfTE)
NSW Tertiary Educators

Teaching Areas

Primary Teacher Education
Post Graduate Studies (Physical Education)

Research Interests

Sensory motor mode of learning; Pre-service teacher education; Personal development, Health and Physical Education pedagogy; Movement studies; Fundamental motor skills; and Teaching games for understanding.

Publications

2014 - Haynes, J., & Miller, J. 2014. Preparing pre-service primary school teachers to assess fundamental movement skills: two skills and two approaches.Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. Accepted for publication: January 2014.

2013 - Miller, J., Haynes, J., & Pennington, J. 2013. Moving with the new times: Partnerships between university, schools, students, teachers and academics.  Benefits for school-aged students and pre-service teacher education. Paper presented at Australian Association for Research in Education. Adelaide, SA. November 2013

2013 - Sanmuga, N., & Haynes, J. 2013. A move to an innovative games teaching model: Style E Tactical (SET), Asia Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 4:3, 287-302.

2013 - Miller, J., Haynes, J., & Wangdi, L. 2013. Gross National Happiness through Gross National Healthiness: Cross Cultural Approaches of Pre-Service  Teacher Education through School Students' Health Education. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education.Vol.17 No 1.

2012 - Miller, J., Haynes, J., & Wangdi, L.  2012. Gross National Happiness through Gross National Healthiness:  cross cultural approaches of Pre-service  teacher education – health education. ISTfE Conference presentation. Paro college of Education, Bhutan.

2012 - Haynes, J., & Miller, J. 2012. Models for Teaching Physical Education. Invited Keynote address to post graduate students and Staff. Lovely Professional University. Jalandhar, Punjab, India.

2011 - Haynes, J., & Miller, J. 2011. Consultant: Curriculum construction for implementation in the Diploma in Sport Coaching. Paro College of Education, Bhutan (October 2011).

2011 - Haynes, J. 2011. In association with Wangdi, L., & Sharma, P. Research Report/ Consultant: An Investigation into the feasibility of a Diploma in Sport Coaching and Administration Course. Paro College of Education. Bhutan.  21st June - 22 July 2011(pp.1-32)

2010 - Haynes, J., Freak, A., & Miller. J. 2010. Why Coach Sport? Motivations Of Pre-Service Primary School Teachers Electing Coach Education Units Of Study. Refereed presentation AISEP. Spain.

2010 - Miller, J., Haynes, J., & Waqa. T.  2010. Observational skills of pre-service primary school teachers assessing Fundamental Motor SkillsAISEP. Spain

2010 - Freak. A., Miller, J., & Haynes, J. 2010. Continuing Development in Teacher Education through Research using Researcher-Developed Instruments (Eds Holloway, W. & Maurer, J.) Edited Book Chapter in International Research in Teacher Education: Current Perspectives. Kardoor Press. Armidale NSW ISBN 978-0-908244-80-5) pp. 185-196.

2010 - Fletcher, T., Miller, J., & Haynes, J.  2010. A Study on perceived Ability Grouping. Article Written for the Active Education Magazine (following editor's request) for Australian Media Group. Blackburn, Vic. ISSN 1836-9758 Issue 21, Feb/Mar 2010

2009 - Haynes, J., Fletcher, T., & Miller, J. 2008. Does Grouping By Perceived Ability Sustain Student Attitude Towards Physical Education? Refereed Paper at Australian Association for Research in Education. Brisbane, Qld.

2008 - Miller, J., Haynes, J., & Pennington, J. 2008. Efficient Movement: Intervention by Pre-service Teachers for Primary School-aged Children Refereed Paper at Australian Association for Research in Education. Brisbane, Qld. November 2008

2008 - Haynes, J.E. 2008. "The Use of Images in an Item-Person Map", Proceedings of the Ninth Australasian Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport, vol.1, 88-94

2008 - Freak, A., Miller, J., & Haynes, J. 2008. The Challenges of Preparing Generalist Teachers To Teach a Marginalised School Subject.  Paper presented at the International Society for Teacher Education 28th Annual Seminar.  Armidale,NSW April 2008.

2006 - Haynes, J., Miller, J., & Pegg, J. 2006. "Searching for a methodology to bridge the gap between ideas and practice: An investigation of the sensorimotor mode of learning." Refereed Paper at UNE Post-Graduate Conference.  Armidale NSW.

2006 - Haynes, J.  2006. "Objective measurement using pictorial data." Refereed Paper at Fusion Down-under Recipes for Movement: Challenging perspectives and constructing alliances. HAY 0636.Wellington NZ: ICHPER-SD.

2006 - Haynes, J., & Miller, J. 2006. "Differences and similarities between the performance of a fundamental skill in gymnastics for three cohorts: Children, young adults and older adults." Refereed Paper at Australian Association for Research in Education. HAY 06512. Adelaide SA: AARE.

2006 - Haynes, J., Miller, J., & Dickson, S. 2006. The case for Physical education teachers in Primary Schools. Australian Principals Journal. 

2006 - Freak, A., Miller, J., & Haynes, J.  2006. Refereed Paper presented at UNE Post-Graduate Conference.  Armidale NSW.

2005 - Haynes, J., Miller, J., Callingham, R., & Pegg, J. 2005. Applying item response modelling to confirm the underlying construct of a new process instrument in gymnastics, Refereed Paper at the Australian Association for Research in Education. Parramatta: www.aare.com.auHAY 05720.

2005 - Miller, J., & Haynes, J. 2005. "Coordination and Fundamental Motor Skill Performances of Primary School Aged Children."  Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) International Conference Sydney 27th November - 1st December

2005 - Fletcher, T., Haynes, J., & Miller, J 2005. "Effects of Grouping by Perceived Ability on the Attitudes of Year 10 Students towards Physical Education." Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) International ConferenceSydney 27th November - 1st December

2005 - Freak, A., Miller, J., & Haynes, J.  2005.  "Can't go over it!  Can't go through it!  Must go around it!" Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) International Conference Sydney 27th November - 1st December

2004 - Austin, B., Haynes, J., & Miller, J. 2004. "Using a Game Sense Approach for Improving Fundamental Motor Skills". Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) International Conference. Melbourne 28th November - 2nd December.

2004 - Austin, B., Haynes, J., & Miller, J. 2004. "Games Sense Approach to Improving Fundamental Motor Skills". Presentations with Refereed Abstracts for Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) National/International Biennial Conference 6-9 July 2004 University of Wollongong.

2004 - Miller, J., Haynes, J., & Dickson, S. 2004. "Tertiary Educators Addressing Challenges to Primary School Physical and Health Education". Presentations with refereed Abstracts for Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) 6-9 July 2004 University of Wollongong.

2004 - Brady, R., Miller, J., & Haynes, J. 2004. "From Practice to Theory and Back Again: A Process of writing for tertiary level students in Health Promotion". Presentations with Refereed Abstracts for for Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) National/International Biennial Conference 6-9 July 2004 University of Wollongong.

2004 - Haynes, J., Miller. J., & Brady, R. 2004.  "Teaching and Learning Assessment PDHPE" Paper presentation: University of New England. Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies.

2003 - Haynes, J. 2003 "SOLO a works in progress" Presentation to Faculty of Kinesiology at Bowling Green State University. Bowling Green, OHIO. (In association Roberton, M.A., & Langendorfer, S.)

2003 - Haynes, J. 2003. Examining a FMS: the use of SOLO to examine a skill in Gymnastics. Presentation to students and staff at the University of Indiana. January 2003 (In association Gallahue, D. Dean of Education David)

2002 - Haynes, J. 2002 "NSW K-6 Syllabus: Problems and Solutions" Presentation to Delegation of Educational Administrators from Bangladesh.

2001 - Haynes, J., & Miller, J. 2001. Refereed Abstract and Paper presentation at Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) International Conference. Published on the WWW. (Fremantle WA). Titled: Women and Rugby, An Old Boy's Game: Beyond the Social Expectations.

2001 - Haynes, J. 2001. "Going SOLO with the Forward Roll" Poster presentation Sixth Biennial Motor Control and Human Skill Workshop (Fremantle WA).

2000 - Haynes, J.2000. International Congress on Sports Science, Sports Medicine and Physical Education. Pre-Olympic Congress – Brisbane Queensland, in conjunction with Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) International Conference (AARE) Brisbane September 2000.

1999 - Dickson, S., Haynes,J., & Sprinkle, J. 1999. Officiating Stress: An overview. The Sport Educator, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 9 - 10.