Special edition: Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education
Dawn Penney & Trent Brown
The new Australian Health and Physical Education Curriculum: a case of/for gradualism in curriculum reform?
A salutogenic, strengths-based approach as a theory to guide HPE curriculum change
Louise McCuaig, Mikael Quennerstedt & Doune Macdonald
Claiming ‘educative outcomes’ in HPE: the potential for ‘pedagogic action’
‘In, through and about’ movement: is there a place for the Arnoldian dimensions in the new Australian Curriculum for Health and Physical Education?
Trent D. Brown
Health literacy and the Australian Curriculum for Health and Physical Education: a marriage of convenience or a process of empowerment?
Laura Alfrey & Trent D. Brown
A critical ‘critical inquiry’ proposition in Health and Physical Education
Deana Leahy, Gabrielle O’Flynn & Jan Wright
From policy to pedagogy: prudence and precariousness; actors and artefacts