School of Education

Brad Beseler

Position: Lecturer 
Discipline: Human movement and sport sciences
Location: Mt Helen, Room T230
Phone: (03) 5327 9063
Email: b.beseler@federation.edu.au

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Education (Physical Education), University of Ballarat
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) (Hons), University of Ballarat

Teaching areas

  • Motor learning and  control
  • Fundamentals of movement, skill acquisition and instruction
  • Health and physical education
  • Health and physical activity

Awards

  • 2013 Vice-Chancellor's Citation Award, 'For the implementation of innovative and engaging ICT teaching strategies that enhances undergraduates learning in Physical Education'.

Research interests

  • Motor earning and skill acquisition
  • The impact video analysis technology has on skill acquisition
  • Goal kicking accuracy in Australian Rules Football

Publications

Beseler, B., & Plumb, M. S. (2019). 10 Tips to Using Video Analysis More Effectively in Physical Education: Editor: Brian Mosier. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 90(1), 52-56.

Beseler, B., Mesagno, C., Young, W., & Harvey, J. (2016). Igniting the Pressure Acclimatization Training Debate: Contradictory Evidence from Australian Football. Journal of Sport Behavior, 39(1).

Talpey, S., Young, W., & Beseler, B. (2016). Effect of instructions on selected jump squat variables. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.