Dr Helmut Geiblinger
|Section||School of Education|
|Qualifications||MEd Sydney , PhD VUT|
German (accredited translator)
Fields of Research (FoR)
Human Movement and Sports Science not elsewhere classified
Education systems not elsewhere classified
Vocational education and training
Australian Academy of Science (Primary Connections-Tertiary Facilitator)
Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE)
Member of the Board of Teacher Registration
Currently teaching courses/programs
EDC1100 Lifespan Development and Learning
EDC1400 Foundations of Curriculum and Pedagogy
EDX1450 HPE Curriculum and Pedagogy
EDH2253 Biophysical Foundations of Sport and Physical Activity
EDH2151 Practical Studies in Sport, Health and Physical Activity
EDH3155 Advanced Biophysical Foundations of Sport and Physical Activity
EDH3256 Sports Organisationa, Management and Coaching
Research most recent
1. Baguley, M., & Geiblinger, H. (2011). Juggling research with teaching: Building capacity in a university research team. In L. Abawi, J. Conway and R. Henderson (Eds.), Creating Connections in Teaching and Learning (pp. 191 – 206). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
2. Geiblinger, H. (2009). “Tumbling through life … and expecting a safe landing: A narrative journey of an educational researcher". AARE Conference Paper Abstracts – 2009, 30 Nov – 3 Dec. (paper was fully refereed).
4. Geiblinger, H. (in progress). “Strategies and considerations for controlled competition landings in gymnastics"
Research most notable
Presentation of a symposium at the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE): The AARE symposium titled “Navigating the complex journey of “becoming” an academic: Insights from four academics at a regional university was presented by Dr Helmut Geiblinger, Dr Kathryn Young, Dr Agli Zavros and Dr David Cleaver on Tuesday Dec 1, 2009. (Paper Session 4: 10.30 – 12.30pm – each paper was fully refereed).
Publications in ePrints
Geiblinger, Helmut and Dowden, Tony (2015) Considerations for controlled competition landings in gymnastics: aggregated opinions of experts. Science of Gymnastics Journal, 7 (3). pp. 47-58. ISSN 1855-7171
Zavros, Agli and Geiblinger, Helmut (2012) Developing english language learners linguistic efficacy through total physical response storytelling drawing on understanding of the 'flow' phenomenon-. In: Joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association (AARE 2012): Regional and Global Cooperation in Educational Research, 2-6 Dec 2012, Sydney, Australia.
Baguley, Margaret ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0098-6378 and Geiblinger, Helmut (2011) Juggling research with teaching: building capacity in a university research team. In: Creating connections in teaching and learning. Research on Teaching and Learning. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC, United States, pp. 191-206. ISBN 978-1-61735-550-9 (pbk); 978-1-61735-551-6 9 (hbk)
Geiblinger, Helmut and Morrison, William and McLaughlin, Patrick and Wrigley, Tim (1997) World Gymnastics Championship, Brisbane, 1994: a biomechanical analysis. Project Report. Australian Sports Commission , Belconnen, ACT, Australia. [Report]
Geiblinger, H. and Morrison, W. E. and McLaughlin, P. A. (1996) Biomechanical analysis of the 'O'Neill' (stretched double felge backward to forward swing in hang on the rings). In: XIII-th International Symposium for Biomechanics in Sport (ISBS-1995), 18-22 July 1995, Ontario, Canada.
Dr Helmut Geiblinger began his career as a physical education teacher in Austria. In his early years, he was a gymnastics competitor, coach, international FIG accredited judge and scientific investigator at five different world gymnastics championships. As a lecturer in the late 70¿s and early 80¿s at the University of Sydney, he completed his Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (Human Movement Science) and Master of Education (MEd). During that time coached many state and national gymnastics champions as state coach of NSW and as Australian National Coach. Following his move from the University of Sydney to Victoria University, Helmut completed his PhD focusing on `Biomechanical perspectives of competition landings in gymnastics¿. In his journey as an educator, he has dedicated his career to teaching and research in Education and Sports Science. Since 2006, Dr Geiblinger is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education at the University of Southern Queensland. His recent research activities include research presentations at national and international conferences; AARE conference in Canberra, European College of Sport Science (ECSS) 2014 - Amsterdam, international ACHPER conference 2015 - in Adelaide. Journal articles include - `a narrative journey of an educational researcher¿ - ¿Tumbling¿ through life¿and expecting a safe landing¿; a book chapter entitled ¿Juggling research with teaching: Building capacity in a university research team¿; and the most recent journal article Geiblinger, H., & Dowden, T. (2015). Considerations for controlled competition landings in gymnastics: Aggregated opinions of experts. Science of Gymnastics Journal. Geiblinger, H., & Dowden, T. (2015). Considerations for controlled competition landings in gymnastics: Aggregated opinions of experts. Science of Gymnastics Journal.