Joss joined the Health and Physical Education teaching team at Flinders University as a teaching specialist lecturer in 2017. After some time working as an outdoor instructor and sport coach during his studies Joss worked in Education for 9 years, predominantly as a Health and Physical Education and Outdoor Education teacher. His roles were in a range of schools in both regional and metro South Australia as well as Cambridgeshire in England before moving to tertiary education to work as a lecturer in Health and Physical Education at the University of South Australia. At Flinders University Joss coordinates and teaches in Foundations of Physical Education, School Health Promotion: Nutrition and Physical Activity and Introduction to Education in Outdoor Environments. Joss has been involved in a range of sporting, Physical Education and outdoor organisations and continues to connect with schools through a range of partnerships. As a member of ACHPER, Joss enjoys sharing his work at a range of conferences and continues to advocate for Health, Physical and Outdoor Education.
Master of Education: Thesis entitled 'Let Their Body Do The Thinking; A Case Study of Creative and Body-based Pedagogies in Mathemathics'.
Post Graduate Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Teaching)
Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement)
Bushwalking Leadership Certificate
Top Rope Climbing Instructor
Flat Water Kayaking Instructor
EASS Academic Excellence Teaching Award: UniSA - Outstanding Student Evaluation Attainment - Casual Academic: Postgraduate Teaching
HLPE Workgroup Participant
Student Orientation, Retention and Transition (SORT) team member
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