Vinson, Don and Christian, Polly and Jones, Vanessa and Williams, Craig and Peters, D.M. (2016) Exploring How Well UK Coach Education Meets the Needs of Women Sports Coaches. International Sport Coaching Journal, 3 (3). pp. 287-302.
Whitehouse, K., Barber, L. and Jones, V. (2015) Developing and maintaining an effective learning environment, in Capel, S. and Whitehead, M. (eds) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A Companion for the Student Teacher (4th edition), Oxon, Routledge, pp.82-103.
Vinson,D. Christian,P. Jones,V. Peters,D (2015) Investigating the culture of coach education structures in the UK: Implications for the development of under-represented groups. Sport Coach UK (SCUK)
Jones,V and Barber,L (2013) Applying learning theory to practice. In: Capel, S.,Breckon, P. (2013) A practical guide to teaching physical education in the secondary school. [ebook]. London, Routledge.
Incledon,V (2010) International Federation of Physical Education (FIEP) Re-emergence and building for the future. PE Matters afPE.
Incledon, V.and Bowen-Jones, W. (2008) Physical Education and Sport Education in Wales published in Klein, G.and Hardman, K. (eds.) Physical Education and Sport Education in the European Union, Paris: EP.S Editions.
Castle, P.C., Incledon, V. and Waring, M. (2008). Are We Conveying The Message Appropriately? Adapting To Student Perceptions Of Effective Feedback. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education, (JoHLSTE), 7 (1), 89-98.
Castle, P., Rhoden, C., West, J., Incledon, V. and Mycock, D. (eds.) (2007) Foundations of Sport (Pyscho-Social), London,McGraw-Hill.
Incledon, V., Castle, P., Waring, M. and Van Berlo, K. (2007) A marking template to improve feedback for sport students. Higher Education Academy Network for Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism. LINK journal, 45-48.
November 24th 2015#likeagirl (WISnet) Conference Summary Defining Strategies and Actions. Womens Sport Network, University of Hertfodshire, Hatfield
October 2014 9th FIEP European Congress Sofia, Bulgaria June Poster Presentation
5x60 Extra-Curricular activities - An investigation into the impact of an initiative to encourage girls participation in physical activity (PA) in South Wales Jones, V & Barrow, June 2012 7th FIEP European Congress Barcelona June 4th -8th 2012 Poster Presentation
Jones,V The Good, the bad and the ugly- undergraduates experience of physical education
Jones, V. (2011) Values, beliefs and changing philosophies undergraduate students perceptions of Physical Education.6th FIEP European Congress, Porec, Croatia, June.
Jones, R. and Incledon,V. (2010) The implications of pedagogic hegemony on undergraduate games education. Association Of Phyiscal Education (AfPE) National Conference, Cirencester, July.
Incledon, V. and Breeze, N. ( 2010) Using grading templates to provide transparent feedback. University of Worcester Learning and Teaching Conference, June.
Incledon,V. and Jones, R. (2009) Creativity and Teaching Games -The deconstruction and reconstruction of Undergraduate (UG) PE students perceptions of games. 5th FIEP European Congress and 2nd Serbian Congress of PE Teachers, Nis, Serbia, 23rd-26th September.
Jones, R. and Incledon,V. (2009)The deconstruction and reconstruction of Undergraduate (UG) PE students perceptions of games. ACPHER (The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Brisbane, Australia, 22nd-25th July.
Incledon, V. (2008) Cheers and Challenges- Physical Education in the UK. National Congress for Physical Education in Schools, Lajeado, Brazil, 10th-16th May.
Donovan, M.,Yates,V. andIncledon,V. Learning Through Sport. AfPE(Association for Physical Education) Conference, Chester, UK.
Bowen-Jones, W.and Incledon, V. (2007) 'Shall we all go Dutch (Presentation of a comparative research study which focused on the approaches to PE ITE). ACPHER (The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation) PACE Yourself, Freemantle, Perth, Australia, 3rd-5th October.
Frapwell, A.and Incledon, V. (2003)From knower to learner: promoting interaction in style. NZARE & AARE (New Zealand and Australian Association for Research in Education) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.