Milly graduated from the BA (Hons) Sport Development with PE programme in 2006. After graduating, Milly joined the Faculty of Education, Community and Leisure as a Research Assistant in Learner support based in the Centre for Sport, Dance and Outdoor Education. Following this she worked as a Research Support Officer in PE, Sport, Dance and Outdoor Education between 2009 and 2010 and is currently a Teaching Assistant/Researcher in Sport Development as well as being a level 4 year tutor.
Subjects (Courses) taught
Milly has taught across the portfolio of sport programmes including the BA Sport Development with PE, the MA Sport Development Management and the foundation degree in Inclusive Sport Development, but her main teaching areas focus on Sport and Social Inclusion and research methods.
PGCert (2011); Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Liverpool John Moores University.
MA (Dist) (2009); Sport Development Management, Liverpool John Moores University.
BA (Hons) (2006); Sport Development with Physical Education, Liverpool John Moores University.
Professional and Research Interests
Milly’s research interests focus around Equity, Sport and Social Inclusion, more specifically on gender issues in sport.
- Vickerman, P., and Blundell, M. (2010), Hearing the voices of disabled students in higher education: experiences of induction through to employability, Disability and Society, 25, (1), pp. 21-32.
- Vickerman, P., and Blundell, M. (2009), reflections on comparative approaches to effective learning environments for students, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference.
- Vickerman, P., and Blundell, M. (2008), Hearing the voices of disabled students: reflections on the student experience from induction to employability, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference.
- Vickerman, P., and Blundell, M. (2007), Students perspectives on using peer assessment as a personal evaluation of learning, poster presentation at LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference.
- Vickerman, P., and Blundell, M. (2007), Developing a barrier free curriculum for disabled people: the perspectives of students, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference.