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Scott Russell holds a Masters degree from the Queensland University of Technology, where he is also undertaking his PhD in referee decision-making practice. His main area of research is within the School of Exercise and Nutrition Science, interrogating how referee decision–making influences movement coordination.
He is also a sessional academic and recognised as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). He teaches skill acquisition, motor control and principles of physical activity in coaching at QUT.
Scott is also a semi–professional referee, who is passionate about philosophical ideas and how they govern our interactions with our environments and futures.
2018 Principles of coaching / motor control and learning 1 & 2 / Skill acquisition
2017 Motor Control and Learning 2
2016 XNB271: Foundations of Motor Control, Learning and Development
2014 – 2015 XNB376: Unit Coordinator of Motor Development in Children
2011 – 2013 HMB376: Motor Development in Children (tutor)
2010 HMB313: Socio-cultural Foundations of Physical Activity (tutor)
2010 MDB004: Teaching Primary ICT (tutor)
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