Janet Dyment
Janet Dyment
Faculty of Education, University of Tasmania
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Grounds for movement: green school grounds as sites for promoting physical activity
JE Dyment, AC Bell
Health education research 23 (6), 952-962, 2008
2932008
Green school grounds as sites for outdoor learning: Barriers and opportunities
JE Dyment
International Research in Geographical & Environmental Education 14 (1), 28-45, 2005
2842005
The relationship between school ground design and intensity of physical activity
JE Dyment, AC Bell, AJ Lucas
Children's Geographies 7 (3), 261-276, 2009
2112009
Grounds for health: the intersection of green school grounds and health‐promoting schools
AC Bell, JE Dyment
Environmental Education Research 14 (1), 77-90, 2008
2102008
Assessing the quality of reflection in student journals: A review of the research
JE Dyment, TS O'Connell
Teaching in Higher Education 16 (1), 81-97, 2011
2062011
The case of reflective journals: Is the jury still out?
TS O’Connell, JE Dyment
Reflective practice 12 (1), 47-59, 2011
1452011
The quality of reflection in student journals: A review of limiting and enabling factors
JE Dyment, TS O’Connell
Innovative Higher Education 35 (4), 233-244, 2010
1342010
Teacher educators' readiness, preparation, and perceptions of preparing preservice teachers in a fully online environment: An exploratory study
JJ Downing, JE Dyment
The teacher educator 48 (2), 96-109, 2013
1322013
Active by design: Promoting physical activity through school ground greening
JE Dyment, AC Bell
Children's Geographies 5 (4), 463-477, 2007
1172007
Reflections on using journals in higher education: A focus group discussion with faculty
T O’Connell, J Dyment
Assessment & evaluation in higher education 31 (6), 671-691, 2006
972006
‘Our garden is colour blind, inclusive and warm’: reflections on green school grounds and social inclusion
JE Dyment, AC Bell
International Journal of Inclusive Education 12 (2), 169-183, 2008
962008
Gaining ground: The power and potential of school ground greening in the Toronto District School Board
JE Dyment
962005
Where do children choose to play on the school ground? The influence of green design
AJ Lucas, JE Dyment
Education 3–13 38 (2), 177-189, 2010
832010
Grounds for action: Promoting physical activity through school ground greening in Canada
A Bell, JE Dyment
Evergreen, 2006
822006
The impact of professional development on early childhood educators’ confidence, understanding and knowledge of education for sustainability
JE Dyment, JM Davis, D Nailon, S Emery, S Getenet, N McCrea, A Hill
Environmental Education Research 20 (5), 660-679, 2014
792014
The impact of playground design on play choices and behaviors of pre-school children
J Dyment, TS O'Connell
Children's Geographies 11 (3), 263-280, 2013
712013
The intersection of physical activity opportunities and the role of early childhood educators during outdoor play: Perceptions and reality
J Dyment, B Coleman
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 37 (1), 90-98, 2012
572012
Factors that limit and enable preschool-aged children’s physical activity on child care centre playgrounds
B Coleman, JE Dyment
Journal of Early Childhood Research 11 (3), 203-221, 2013
542013
The transition from primary to secondary school: Teachers’ perspectives
B Hopwood, I Hay, J Dyment
The Australian Educational Researcher 43 (3), 289-307, 2016
492016
Is outdoor education a discipline? Provocations and possibilities
JE Dyment, TG Potter
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 15 (3), 193-208, 2015
472015
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