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Dr Gus Ryrie

Dr Gus Ryrie

Telephone: 0151 231 5296

Biography

Gus joined Liverpool John Moores University in September 2008 as a Researcher/Teaching Assistant on the Sport Development and Sport Coaching programmes and was subsequently appointed as a Senior Lecturer in 2010. Gus now teaches on a variety of practical and theory based modules on the undergraduate Sport Coaching programme.

Prior to moving into lecturing, Gus worked for sports coach UK (The National Coaching Foundation) as a coach consultant in the North West of England.

He has recently completed his PhD entitled - Sports coaching in a community setting: How do 'model' community sport coaches define their role?

Other areas of interest are the implementation of fundamental movement skills for children and effective coach development within community sports settings.

He is a qualified Coach Educator for sports coach UK, delivering a variety of coach related CPD workshops.

Degrees

2016, University of Chester, United Kingdom, PhD -, Socio-Psychology/Sport Coaching
2005, University College Chester, United Kingdom, MSc Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology
1999, Chester College of Higher Education, United Kingdom, BA (Hons) Sport Science with History

Publications

Journal Articles

Cronin C, Ryrie A, Huntley T, Hayton J. 2017. ‘Sinking and swimming in disability coaching’: an autoethnographic account of coaching in a new context Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, :1-16 >DOI

Roberts SJ, Reeves MJ, Ryrie A. 2014. The influence of physical activity, sport and exercise motives among UK based university students Journal of Further & Higher Education, >DOI

Roberts SJ, Ryrie A. 2014. Socratic case-method teaching in sports coach education: reflections of students and course tutors Sport, Education & Society, 1 :63-79 >DOI

Ryrie A, Cullinane D, Roberts SJ. 2013. The use of technological based assessment in developing the self-directed learner: a case study in sport coaching Innovations in Practice, 8 :100-109

Roberts SJ, Fairclough SJ, Ryrie A, Sharpe L. 2012. A computer-based observational analysis of physical education teachers and youth sport coaches pedagogic behaviour International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport,, 3 :498-506

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Whitehead AE, Morley DM, Quayle L, Reeves M, Ryrie A. 2016. How the UK population are using technology to engage in Sport and or Physical Activity http://naspspa.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/2016-NASPSPA-Abstract-Supplement-6-13-16.pdf, NASPSPA >Link

Ryrie A, Cullinane D, Roberts S, Reeves MJ. 2015. Empowering self-directed learning in undergraduate students: A case study for sport coach education 10th ICCE Global Coach Conference

Ryrie A, Lafferty ME, Wheeler, T. How do I define what I do? Issues and perspectives of community youth sport coaches (Oral Presentation) 9th ICCE Global Coach Conference

Ryrie A, Roberts SJ, Reeves, M . Developing pedagogy and practice: supporting and assessing sports coaching students with electronic technologies 16th Annual SEDA Conference 2011: Using Technology to Enhance Learning

Ryrie A, Money J, Fairclough SJ, Holland E. Understanding fundamental movement skills in primary and special education school settings: the perspectives of teachers and sports coaches. British Educational Research Association (BERA),

Posters

Ryrie A, Lafferty ME, Wheeler T. 2015. Empowering performance and development in elite sport settings: The explicit and implicit role of the coach (Poster Presentation) 10th ICCE Global Coaching Conference

Ryrie A, Lafferty ME, Wheeler T. Professional role complexity: The perspectives of community youth sport coaches (Poster Presentation) 9th ICCE Global Coach Conference

Theses / Dissertations

Ryrie A. Sport coaching in a community setting: How do community sport coaches' define their role? Lafferty ME, Wheeler TJ.

Engagement & Impact

Highlighted activities

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, Organisation: HEA

Professional activities

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, Organisation: HEA

Research Grants Awarded:

Sports Coach UK, Coaching & new technology, Grant value (£): 12,000, Duration of research project: 8 months