Position

Associate Lecturer in Teacher Education (Physical Education)
School of Education

Qualifications

Bachelor of Education (Secondary) & Bachelor of Health Sciences (Phys Ed. Major).
Bachelor of Education Honours (candidate)

Teaching interests

Topic Lecturer:

  • HLPE1530  Foundation Studies In Physical Education.
  • HLPE3531  Skill Acquisition and Biomechanics for Physical Educators.

Research interests

Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, with particular emphasis on skill aquisition.

Publications

  • Magias, T.J., Pill, S.A., Elliott, S.K. and Bell, E. (2015). An application of non-linear learning in netball: game sense coaching. ACHPER Active and Healthy Magazine, 22(2/3) pp. 35-40.
  • Elliott, S.K. and Magias, T. (2014). It's not the Kids. Education Review. 8 pp. 27-28.
    [Web Link]
  • Magias, T.J., Jong, S.T.Y. and Pill, S.A. (2017). An application of non-linear learning in basketball Game-Sense coaching. In John Williams, ed. 30th ACHPER Internatioanl Conference Proceedings. Flinders Park, South Australia: ACHPER. 30th ACHPER International Conference. Canberra. Jan 2017, pp. 97-108.
  • Magias, T.J., Pill, S.A. and Elliott, S.K. (2015). An application of non-linear learning in Netball: game-sense coaching. In Professor Murray Drummond, ed. Edited Proceedings of the 29th ACHPER International Conference. Kent Town, SA: Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 29th ACHPER International Conference - Values into Action: A Brighter Future. Adelaide, SA. Apr 2015, pp. 233-245.
  • Magias, T. and Pill, S.A. (2013). Teaching swimming for movement variability: an application of Teaching Games for Understanding - Game Sense. In J Quay & A Mooney, ed. A Defining Time: Health, Physical Education, Sport & Recreation. Hindmarsh, SA: Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER). 28th ACHPER International Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Nov 2013, pp. 93-101.
    [Web Link]
  • Pill, S.A., Price, A. and Magias, T.J. (2017). Game Design Fundamentals and Sport Coaching. Agora Para La Educacion Fisica y el Deporte, 19(1) pp. 19-34.
    [10.24197/aefd.1.2017.19-34]
  • Magias, T.J., Jong, S.T.Y. and Pill, S.A. (2017). An application of non-linear learning in basketball Game-Sense coaching. In John Williams, ed. 30th ACHPER Internatioanl Conference Proceedings. Flinders Park, South Australia: ACHPER. 30th ACHPER International Conference. Canberra. Jan 2017, pp. 97-108.
  • Magias, T.J., Pill, S.A. and Elliott, S.K. (2015). An application of non-linear learning in Netball: game-sense coaching. In Professor Murray Drummond, ed. Edited Proceedings of the 29th ACHPER International Conference. Kent Town, SA: Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 29th ACHPER International Conference - Values into Action: A Brighter Future. Adelaide, SA. Apr 2015, pp. 233-245.
  • Magias, T. and Pill, S.A. (2013). Teaching swimming for movement variability: an application of Teaching Games for Understanding - Game Sense. In J Quay & A Mooney, ed. A Defining Time: Health, Physical Education, Sport & Recreation. Hindmarsh, SA: Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER). 28th ACHPER International Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Nov 2013, pp. 93-101.
    [Web Link]
  • Pill, S.A., Price, A. and Magias, T.J. (2017). Game Design Fundamentals and Sport Coaching. Agora Para La Educacion Fisica y el Deporte, 19(1) pp. 19-34.
    [10.24197/aefd.1.2017.19-34]
  • Magias, T.J., Pill, S.A., Elliott, S.K. and Bell, E. (2015). An application of non-linear learning in netball: game sense coaching. ACHPER Active and Healthy Magazine, 22(2/3) pp. 35-40.
  • Elliott, S.K. and Magias, T. (2014). It's not the Kids. Education Review. 8 pp. 27-28.
    [Web Link]

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