Staff Profiles: Jordan Wintle

Jordan Wintle

Staff Profile: Jordan Wintle
Academic Course Leader and Senior Lecturer in Physical Education

Jordan Wintle

Jordan Wintle

Academic Course Leader and Senior Lecturer in Physical Education

Sports Leadership, Education and Society

At the University of Gloucestershire Jordan is the Academic Course Leader for Physical Education and contributes to the teaching of several postgraduate programmes linked to this area.

Telephone: +44 (0)1242 715283 Email: jwintle1@glos.ac.uk

Biography

At the University of Gloucestershire Jordan is the Academic Course Leader for Physical Education and contributes to the teaching of several post graduate programmes linked to this area. Jordan has worked as a PE teacher for 10 years including several years spent as a Head of PE. Jordan recently presented his research on developing Primary PE at the Association for Physical Education National Conference.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
PGCE Physical Education (distinction) University of Gloucestershire 2004
BSc (Hons) Sport Education with Business Management University of Gloucestershire 2003

Awards

UK Athletics Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Athletics, FA Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Football (UEFA B Part 1), FA Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Disabled Players, Parkour UK Level One Certificate, BTEC Sport Level 2 & 3 Lead Internal Verifier, The Bristol Outstanding Teacher Programme – Distinction, British Gymnastics Trampolining Teacher Award, National Rescue Award for Swimming Teachers and Coaches, LTA Tennis Leaders Tutors Award, British Orienteering Level 1 Certificate in Teaching Orienteering, England Basketball Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Basketball, RFU Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Rugby, RFU Foundation Level Referee, Sports Leaders UK Junior/Community Sports Leaders Award Teaching Certificate, England Hockey Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Hockey, ECB Level One Certificate in Coaching Cricket

Teaching and research

Teaching

Jordan delivers on a range of undergraduate modules. Other areas of interest include contemporary issues in physical education, assessment and measuring progress in PE, innovative curriculum design/classroom practice and behaviour management.

Level

Undergraduate

Research

Jordan's current MSc project is entitled "Exploring secondary school pupils’ attitudes towards Physical Education and physical activity" and seeks to better understand what motivates children in these different settings with a view to making reccomendations to improve experiences in these areas.

External responsibilities

Steering group member for Cheltenham School Sports Network.

Consultant for several local coaching companies delivering school based programmes.