Julie is a Programme Leader for Physical Education within the School of Sports Studies, Leisure and Nutrition. Her background is as a teacher of Physical Education in secondary school and as a Local Authority Advisory Teacher for Primary Physical Education. Julie's research focuses on the student experience, included teaching and learning; student expectations and also sixth form students' preparedness for Higher Education. Julie's own sporting background was as a track athlete, being a medallist at international Masters level (over 35 years old) in World and European Championships. She is now playing golf, as a 'novice'.
1999, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, Master in Education
1986, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, BEd (Hons)
Programme Leader, Liverpool John Moores University, 2000 - present
Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University, 1992 - present
Money J, Nixon S, Tracy F, Hennessy C, Ball E, Dinning T. 2017. Undergraduate student expectations of university in the United Kingdom: What really matters to them? Cogent Education, 4 :1-11 >DOI
Money J, Tracy F, Hennessy C, Nixon , Ball E. 2016. Student Expectations: what is university really about? Innovations in Practice, 10 :82-87
Money J, Dinning T, Nixon S, Walsh B, Magill C. 2016. Co- Creating a Blended learning Curriculum in Transition to Higher Education: A Student Viewpoint. Creative Education, >DOI
Dinning TM, Maghill CA, Money J, Walsh B, Nixon S. 2016. Can a blended learning approach enhance students transition into higher education? A study to explore perception , engagement and progression. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCEMENT IN EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, 3 :1-7
Money J, Flintoff A. 2009. Does Ethnicity matter? Black and Ethnic Minority Students’ Experiences of Physical Education Teacher Education. AfPE Physical Education Matters., Vol. 4.
Walsh BA, Money J. 2014. Planning for pupils' learning in broader dimensions of the curriculum Capel S. A practical guide to teaching physical edcuation in the secondary school :69-82 Routledge. Oxon 978-0-415-81482-9
Walsh BA, Vickerman P, Money J. Planning for an inclusive apporach to learning and teaching in physical education Capel S, Whitehead M. Learning to teach physical education in the secondary school Routledge. Abingdon Oxon
Money J, Flintoff A, Gower C, Squires S, Lawrence J, Webb L, Keyworth S. 2008. Black and Minority Ethnic trainees’ Experiences of Physical Education Initial teacher Training (Report to The Training and Development Agency) Black and Minority Ethnic trainees’ Experiences of Physical Education Initial teacher Training (Report to The Training and Development Agency)
Heath W, Money J, Gregory C, Peat G, Stratton G. 1994. Physical education key stage 1 9780748716395
Heath W, Money J, Stratton G, Peat G, Gregory C, Smith J, Bishop D. 1994. Physical Education Key Stage 2 9780748717507
Engagement & Impact
Masters in Arts, Liverpool John Moores University
Student expectations; what is university really about?, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference 2016, LJMU, Oral presentation
Brunel University, Susan Capel
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Higher Education Academy
Membership of professional bodies:
Associate Member, Physical Education Association
Other Professional Activity:
Leading and supporting colleagues by managing extra modules and assessment, student feedback and tutorials, and answering programme related communications, all outside my normal role.
Provided mediation between colleagues on numerous occasions when permitted, provided emotional support and professional advice as a critical friend.
Lead the course team through validation and assessment, leading from behind the scenes by driving assessment management, moderation, validation and course design, and programme philosophy and ethos and delivery.
External Examiner PGCE Physical Education at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Governor at Hilbre High School Humanities College, West Kirby, Wirral.
Community Governor at Hilbre High School, West Kirby, Wirral.