Kate is a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science and Middlesex University and HEA Teaching Fellow. She is Regional Director for Greater London for the Sports Massage Association and qualified soft tissue therapist, personal trainer and Performance and Lifestyle mentor. Kate is currently undertaking a professional Doctorate in mobile learning games in teaching anatomy and is active in research in education and public health, specifically obesity and physical activity. Kate is the link tutor with our partner Tottenham Hotspur Foundation with whom she is involved in their public health initiatives alongside Lizi Bryant.
B.Sc (Hons) Loughborough University; M.Sc University of Essex
Level 3 Personal Trainer, Level 4 Postgraduate Diploma Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy, ISAK level 1 technician, A1 Assessor award, EIS Communicating with Athletes, Performance and Lifestyle Mentoring, 100% ME.
Fellow Higher Education Academy (fHEA)
Level 4 Silver SMA member & Level 5tutor, ISRM Full member, ISAK, REPs Level 3.
Kate is module leader for SES1240, Fundamentals of Anatomy but also contributes to UG and PG teaching in physiology, soft tissue techniques and clinical exercise and health. She also contributes to the PGCertHE at Middlesex University as part of her Teaching Fellow role and is responsible for the LSI Student Learning Assistants.
Kate is an external reviewer for UWE and an external guest speaker for a PG University of Edinburgh programme. She actively participates in Teaching and Learning committees within Middlesex and presented at BETT 2014 on "The Integration of technology in a UK HE Sports Science degree; The good, the bad and the ugly".
Kate is an advanced Soft Tissue Practitioner who supervises students at events such as the London Marathon and regularly works with elite athletes from Rugby, Fencing, Athletics and Equestrianism.
My current research projects include:
Wilkinson, K. and Barter, P (2016) DO MOBILE LEARNING DEVICES ENHANCE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION ANATOMY CLASSROOMS? Journal Pedagogical Development. (In Press)
Wilkinson, K. and Barter, P. (2015) DO MOBILE LEARNING DEVICES ENHANCE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION ANATOMY CLASSROOMS? 11th International Conference on Mobile Learning 2015, MADEIRA, PORTUGAL.
Carter, N. And Wilkinson, K. (2011) The effect of level of fatigue on netball shooting skill. BASES Conference proceedings, University of Essex, September 2011
Wilkinson. K, and Graham. S., (2008) The effect of a 6-week core stability programme on rider position. BASES Conference proceedings. Brunel University. Journal of Sports Sciences. (2008) 26:2
Wilkinson, K. and Pitt. R., (2008) The effect of rider posture on the laterality of the equine gait. BASES Conference proceedings. Brunel University. Journal of Sports Sciences. (2008) 26:2
Gibbs, Paul and Cartney, Patricia and Wilkinson, Kate and Parkinson, John and Cunningham, Sheila and James-Reynolds, Carl and Zoubir, Tarek and Brown, Venetia and Barter, Phil and Sumner, Pauline and MacDonald, Angus and Dayananda, Asanka and Pitt, Alexandra (2015) Literature review on the use of action research in higher education. Education Action Research . ISSN 0965-0792 (Accepted/In press)
Wilkinson, Kate and Barter, Phil (2016) Do mobile learning devices enhance learning in higher education anatomy classrooms? Journal of Pedagogic Development, 6 (1). pp. 14-23. ISSN 2047-3265