Jordan Maclean completed his Doctorate of Philosophy in Education in the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Stirling. He is currently a Research Assistant on an Economic and Social Research Council funded Limiting Virus Transmission during Sporting Mega Event project in the Institute for Social Marketing and Health, Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport. Previously, he was a Research Assistant for Bridge: A Mind-Sport for All in the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Maclean J & Lorimer R (2016) Are coach education programmes the most effective method for coach development?. International Journal of Coaching Science, 10 (2), pp. 71-88. http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Journal/ArticleDetail/NODE07227554
Research Assistant for Bridge: A Mind-Sport for All, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Stirling. I am preparing pre-recorded online lecture materials for a new paper on the Sociology of Sport starting Autumn 2021.
Teaching Assistant, Sociology and Social Policy undergraduate degree programme, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Stirling. Modules included: Social Problems, Social Differentiation, Education: Purposes, Principles, Practice, Introduction to Social Theory and Understanding Social Policy.
Teaching Fellow, School of Social and Health Sciences, Abertay University. Modules included: Sport Coaching and Development, Physical Education and School Sport and Health and Exercise Physiology and Access to Higher Education at Abertay Dundee (AHEAD) programme.
Further Education Teaching Support, Faculty of Leisure and Lifestyle, City of Glasgow College. Modules included: Sports Physiology, Code of Ethics and Work-based placement.
Guest Lecturer, School of Health and Social Sciences, Abertay University. Modules included: Managing the Coaching Process and Abertay University Graduate Presentation.