Research Output per year
Sport and Service Management
Tracy Killingley – BA [Hons] in Physical Education [University of Brighton]. Tracy has 35 years experience in education across the 11 – 19 age range and undergraduate work with particular focus on the Physical Education, Sport Coaching and games pedagogy.
Tracy is a former Senior Great Britain and England International [43 caps] and an experienced national League Division 1 coach in Basketball, winning both National Championships and National Cup medals over a playing and coaching career spanning 20 years. Additionally, she has a breadth of experience across a wide range of other games and activity areas. Within the School she teaches a range of Physical Education and Sport Coaching modules including Learning and Teaching Through Games, Examinations in PE [14 – 19], Level 6 Practical Activities and Educational Studies. She is responsible for core modules within the practical applications strand of the BSc degree in Sport Coaching.
Killingley, Tracy and Lambert, J. (2016) Learning and teaching through games In: Hayes, Gordon and Stidder, Gary, eds. The really useful physical education book: learning and teaching across the 11-16 age range. The Really Useful Series . Routledge, UK, pp. 55-69. ISBN 9781138187146
Hayes, Gordon and Killingley, Tracy (2015) Inclusive practice in sport coaching In: Wallis, J. and Lambert, J., eds. Becoming a sports coach. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 69-82. ISBN 1138793469