Claire Maskrey teaches on the undergraduate programmes of Sport. Claire is a physical education specialist; she has an MSc in Sport and Exercise Science and is a UKCC England Netball coach education tutor. Claire joined Bishop Grosseteste University in 2009. Previous roles include teaching and leadership within the further education sector.
Claire is part of the team that delivers the undergraduate Sport programmes and she teaches on a range of modules. Teaching interests include learning through sport and physical education, sports coaching and research methods. In addition, Claire also contributes her knowledge and expertise to the Education Studies and Early Childhood programmes.
Claire’s MSc focused on the exercise experiences of retired professional athletes. She is currently undertaking a doctorate at Edge Hill University in Sports Coaching with a research focus exploring the experiences and realities of coach education.
Nelson, L., Potrac, P., Groom, R., & Maskrey, C. (2016). Paulo Freire: Problem posing coach education. In, L. Nelson, R. Groom, and P. Potrac (Eds.) Learning in Sports Coaching: Theory to Practice. London: Routledge.