Joseph is a Lecturer in Health of Physical Education in the School of Education.
- FMS4020 - Fundamental Movement and Sports Skills in the Primary School, Undergraduate Bachelors
- HPE2240 - Health & Physical Education in Primary Schools, Undergraduate Bachelors
- HPE2260 - Health & Physical Education for Young Children, Undergraduate Bachelors
- HPE4020 - Teaching Health Education, Undergraduate Bachelors
- PHE4304 - Advanced Studies of Teaching Physical Education, Undergraduate Bachelors
- CUR4205 - The Arts, Health and Physical Education in Primary Schools, Graduate Diploma
- HPE6104 - Teaching Health and Physical Education, Masters
- ECE6220 - Physical Education, Health and Wellbeing for Young Children, Masters
Joseph is a qualified Health and Physical Education teacher and has taught across early childhood, primary and secondary disciplines in independent and government schools. He completed his PhD within the Priority Research Centre in Physical Activity and Nutrition, University of Newcastle. His PhD research focused on physical activity measurement in the adolescent population and investigated protocols, compliance and participant perceptions. Joseph Scott is currently a Lecturer in Health and Physical Education in the School of Education. Joseph leads the Health and Physical Education units across the early childhood and primary disciplines.
- 2018 - Member of the Australia Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER), Western Australia.
- 2018 - School Board Member, East Beechboro Independent Public School, Western Australia
- 2012 - Member of Sport Australia (Formally Australian Sports Commission), The Australia Sports Commission in connection with Australian Institute of Sport.
- 2010 - Member of the Priority Research Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition (PRCPAN), The University of Newcastle.
- 2008 - Department of Education Teacher, NSW Department of Education
Research areas and interests
- Physical activity
- Objective physical activity measurement
- Subjective physical activity measurement
- Health and physical education
- Preventative health behaviours
- Child and adolescent health
- Movement proficiency
- Sports science