I am more and more writing for people other than myself. Below are a few examples, along with presentations at conferences and teach meets. Beware: some of what I once thought is now obsolete!
Destroy Homework! on Pedagoo.org, 2014
‘Sir, what did David Cameron actually do with that pig?’ on tes.com, 2015
‘Killer Questions’, Hands Up: Questions to ignite thinking in the classroom, Stephen Lockyer, CreateSpace, 2015
‘Reaping what we sow: why great behaviour should not mean more work’, Managing Teacher Workload, ed. Nansi Ellis, John Catt Educational, 2016
Top Ten History Books for A-level Students for Parents and Teachers for Excellence, 2016
Four key principles that would transform children’s education for Parents and Teachers for Excellence, in the Western Morning News, 2016.
Too much teacher talk gets in the way of student learning, right? Wrong, Teach Secondary, 2016.
Show and Tell: One Year in a Secondary School, Toby French, John Catt Educational, (forthcoming)
High Challenge, Low Threat: Finding the balance, Mary Myatt, John Catt Educational, 2016
Ticked off: Checklists for teachers, students, school leaders, Harry Fletcher-Wood, Crown House Publishing, 2016
The Art of Silent Debate at #TMExeter 2014
Destroy Homework! at #TMNorthDevon 2014
#1smallthing at Okehampton College 2015
#1smallthing at #TMNorthDevon 2015
Statements vs. Questions at #TMDevon 2015
How do we create meaningful conversations? (Or why questioning might be a bad idea) at #PedagooPlymouth 2015
Questions are shit at The Telegraph Festival of Education 2016
Testing isn’t evil at #TMDevon 2016
Marking is not the same as feedback at Teaching and Learning Takeover 2016