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Dr Shaun Wilkinson

Lecturer

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

He taught in secondary school physical education for two years before returing to Northumbria University as a Graduate Tutor in 2011.

He teaches predominantly in the Sport Development with Coaching programme but also teaches occastionally on the Sport Coaching programme.

He recently completed his Masters in Education and is currently enrolled on a part time PhD. His PhD considers the use of ability-setting in secondary school physical education.

Shaun Wilkinson

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Mixed-ability grouping in physical education: investigating ability and inclusivity in pedagogic practice, Wilkinson, S., Penney, D. 28 Apr 2021, In: Sport, Education and Society
  • Setting policy and student agency in physical education: Students as policy actors, Wilkinson, S., Penney, D. 24 Mar 2021, In: Sport, Education and Society
  • The enactment of setting policy in secondary school physical education, Wilkinson, S., Penney, D., Allin, L., Potrac, P. 24 Jun 2020, In: Sport, Education and Society
  • Setting and within-class ability grouping: a survey of practices in physical education, Wilkinson, S., Penney, D., Allin, L. Aug 2016, In: European Physical Education Review
  • The effects of setting on classroom teaching and student learning in mainstream mathematics, English and science lessons: a critical review of the literature in England, Wilkinson, S., Penney, D. 1 Oct 2014, In: Educational Review
  • The involvement of external agencies in extra-curricular physical education: reinforcing or challenging gender and ability inequities?, Wilkinson, S., Penney, D. 15 Sep 2014, In: Sport, Education and Society
  • What is recognised as ability in physical education? A systematic appraisal of how ability and ability differences are socially constructed within mainstream secondary school physical education, Wilkinson, S., Littlefair, D., Barlow-Meade, L. Jun 2013, In: European Physical Education Review

Qualifications

  • Education MEd September 27 2010
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2016


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