|Lecturer in Physical Education||
Lee dot Beaumont at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 2900
Dr Lee Beaumont is a Lecturer in Physical Education and the Undergraduate Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Education and Lifelong Learning. He joined the School in September 2007 on a year-long secondment and was appointed full-time in September 2008. Prior to working at UEA, Lee taught for six years in the state education sector. Lee has also held a variety of posts within the coaching, sports science, and fitness industry sectors. Lee’s main teaching responsibilities are on the BA Physical Education programme. He also contributes to the PGCE (Secondary Physical Education), MA (Advanced Educational Practice) and MTL programmes and supervises research projects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Lee is also the School's Deputy Senior Adviser, providing support and guidance for students across a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Lee holds a BSc in Sports Studies with Leisure Studies from De Montfort University (Bedford), an MSc in Sports Science from Loughborough University, and an EdD in Physical Education, a PGCE in Physical Education (Secondary), and a PGCHEP in Higher Education Practice from the University of East Anglia.
Lee is a member of the Physical Education Pedagogy (PEP) Research Group. His research interests lie in the area of physical education pedagogy, with a particular emphasis on health-related policy and practice within the physical education curriculum and the promotion of healthy, active lifestyles in young people. Lee’s most recent project investigated teachers’ and pupils’ perceptions of the delivery of health-related exercise in physical education. Current projects include the quality of teacher-pupil relationships and the development of pupils’ health knowledge across the transition from primary to secondary school.
Natalie Stone (2nd Supervisor EdD)
Beaumont, L. C. (2012). PE teachers’ perceptions of the delivery of health-related exercise in physical education. International Convention on Science, Education and Medicine in Sport (ICSEMIS), Glasgow, UK.
Beaumont, L. C. (2012). Pupils’ perceptions of the delivery of health-related exercise in physical education. Association for Physical Education (afPE) National Conference, Enstone, UK.
Beaumont, L. C. (2012). The delivery of health-related exercise in physical education: A qualitative observational study. Association for Physical Education (afPE) National Conference, Enstone, UK.
£949 from EDU Pump Priming Research Fund: ‘The quality of teacher-pupil relationships in physical education: A key factor for pupils' achievement, motivation and well-being’ (PI: Dr Victoria Warburton; Co-Is: Dr Lee Beaumont and Dr Sophia Jowett [Loughborough University]). 2012.
Academic Adviser/Link for FdA in Sport, Health and Exercise and BSc in Applied Sport, Health and Exercise at City College Norwich (2008 – Present).
Physical Education Consultant for University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Nile Egyptian Schools (NES) Project (2011 – Present).
- £81 for Review of NES Physical Education Grade 6 Teaching Guide (Unit 4 – Outdoor and Adventurous Learning).
- £242 for Review of NES Physical Education Grade 2 and 3 Teaching Guides.
Higher Education Representative for the Norfolk Coaching Network (2009 – 2011).
Panel Member for the revalidation of FdSc in Sports Coaching at Easton College (July 2010).
Course Team Member for the validation of BA (Hons) Sport, Health and Exercise at City College Norwich (May 2010).
Panel Member for the validation of FdSc in Sport, Health and Exercise at UCS Great Yarmouth (March 2010).
Panel Member for the validation of FdSc in Sports Development and Coaching at UCS Bury St. Edmunds (February 2010).
Panel Member for the validation of FdA in Football Development and Coaching at UCS Lowestoft (November 2008).
Lee teaches on the BA Physical Education programme and is module leader for Health-Related Exercise (Year 1), Inclusive Physical Education (Year 2 and 3), and Health and Physical Activity Promotion (Year 3). He also contributes to the delivery of the PGCE Physical Education (Secondary) and MA Advanced Educational Practice programmes. Lee supervises research projects at undergraduate (BA) and postgraduate (MA, MTL, and EdD) levels.
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