Research at Leeds Beckett
Professor Jeanne Keay
About Professor Jeanne Keay
Professor Jeanne Keay joined Leeds Beckett in November 2016 and holds the post of Pro Vice Chancellor with specific responsibility for the strategic development of the University's Global Engagement.
Jeanne returned to Leeds Beckett from the University of the West of Scotland where she held the post of Vice Principal and PVC (International). Prior to that, and following a career as a teacher of physical education in secondary schools, she embarked on her University career with Leeds Metropolitan University. Subsequently she took up the post of Dean of Education at the University of Roehampton, London and worked for the Higher Education Academy, developing its international strategy.
Jeanne's research is focused on teacher professional development and particularly relates to primary generalist teachers and secondary physical education specialists. She has led projects is this area for the Youth Sport Trust leading to the launch of the UK wide BUPA Start to Move programme. She continues to publish in this area and more recently has focused on international collaborations and communities of practice.
Journal articles (11)
- Carse N; Jess M; Keay JK (2017), Primary Physical Education. European Physical Education Review
- Carse N; Jess M; Keay J (2016), The primary physical education curriculum process: more complex that you might think!!. Education 3-13
- Christensen E; Eather N; Gray S; Keay J; Miller A; Revalds Rubans D; Sproule S (2015), Can physical education and physical activity outcomes be developed simultaneously using a game-centered approach?. European Physical Education Review
- Keay JK; May H; O'Mahoney J (2014), Improving learning and teaching in transnational education: can communities of practice help?. Journal of Education for Teaching
- Carse N; Jess M; Keay JK (2014), Primary physical education: a complex learning journey for children and teachers.
- Keay JK; Lloyd C (2009), High-quality professional development in physical education: The role of a subject association.
- Keay JK (2009), ...Being influenced or being an influence: New teachers' induction experiences.
- Keay JK (2007), ...Learning from other teachers: Gender influences.
- Keay JK (2006), ...What is a PE teacher's role? The influence of learning opportunities on role definition.
- Keay JK (2006), Collaborative learning in physical education teachers' early-career professional development.
- Keay JK (2005), ...Developing the physical education profession: New teachers learning within a subject-based community.
- May H; Keay JK (2017) Using Communities of Practice to Internationalise Higher Education: Practical and Strategic Considerations. In: May H; Keay JK . : , pp. .
- Keay JK; LLoyd C (2015) ...Empowering Educators through Professional Learning. In: Keay JK; LLoyd C . : , pp. .
Conference contributions (1)
- Carse N; Jess M; Keay JK (2013) A Framework to Connect Primary Physical Education with Contemporary Educational Agendas 20130601. : .