Publications

Here are as many links that I can find, sourcing all the various publications (online, video and tabloid):

Academic publications:

  1. Can signs be used to improve teaching and learning? (January 2006)

Educational publications:

  1. What are Training Schools? (September 2010)
  2. The White Paper (November 2010 – Discussion with Teachers TV & Dylan Wiliam)

The Guardian Teacher Network Blog:

  1. Teachers’ wellbeing: under scrutiny and under-appreciated (July 2014)
  2. Teachers, how would you like to be observed? (May 2014)
  3. 10 reasons to love homework. (May 2014)
  4. How can Ofsted win over teachers? (Tabloid – April 2014)
  5. School job applications advice (January 2014)
  6. What are your career goals for 2014? (January 2014)
  7. Teacher blogs: who should I be reading? featuring @TeacherToolkit (December 2013)
  8. How can we ensure professional development is engaging? – live chat (October 2013)
  9. 10 professional development ideas for teachers. (October 2013)
  10. How to move your teaching on from ‘requires improvement’? (June 2013)
  11. School careers clinic: help and advice on finding your dream teaching job. (March 2013)
  12. Professional development for teachers: how can we take it to the next level? (January 2013)
  13. Notes on the new Ofsted framework: how to be outstanding? (November 2012)
  14. Policy review: are schools facing an autumn of discontent? (August 2012)
  15. How fatherhood changed my perception of teaching. (June 2012)
  16. Embrace your school Prom! (May 2012)
  17. What makes an outstanding school? (April 2012)
  18. How senior leaders get their jobs? (February 2012)
  19. The start of a new term. (January 2012)
  20. Quest for a switched ONSchool. (December 2011)
  21. Questioning – Moving from Good to Outstanding. (November 2011)
  22. Coping with Redundancy. (October 2011)
  23. Plus I was awarded one of the Top 10 best blogs on The Guardian Teacher Network for 2012.

 Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT):

  1. Professional development for teachers is not fit for purpose. (February 2013)
  2. Three key practices that Ross Morrison McGill believes will see long term benefits to the profession. (January 2013)

Association of Schools, Colleges and Leaders (ASCL):

  1. Can observers spot good teaching? (March 2014)
  2. The Last Word: A war of nerves?/Tarting it up! (December 2012)
  3. The Know Zone: Permanent state of bliss? (December 2011)

The TES:

  1. Saving Money Using ICT (June 2009)
  2. A link to all my shared resources on the TES
  3. Plus, I was awarded TES Christmas Star for 2012.

IRIS Connect:

  1. Going Beyond CPD with podcast interview (June 2014)
  2. Where do observations go from here? (March 2014)

Optimus Education:

  1. Leading CPD: Great teaching isn’t complicated, it’s about getting the simple things right. (July 2014)
  2. CPD Update newsletter: Planning and hosting your own TeachMeet. (February 2013)
  3. Learning and Teaching newsletter: Strategies for reducing teacher talk during lesson observation. (February 2013).
  4. CPD Update newsletter: TeachMeets – An underground revolution! (January 2013)
  5. CPD Update newsletter – Planning outstanding CPD provision for Support staff. (November 2012).
  6. CPD Update newsletter – Inadequate CPD: What to avoid and how to put it right! (October 2012). You will need to create a login to read.
  7. Plus, my profile page on the Optimus Education website.

Teachers (TV) Media:

  1. How to grab outstanding lessons with both hands! (September 2014)
  2. Saving Money Using ICT (June 2009)
  3. Maintaining Staff Well-Being Under Pressure (May 2010)
  4. Managing Challenging Relationships

Website features:

  1. Social Media for teachers by @TeacherToolkit – with podcast for Pivotal Education (June 2014)
  2. @TeacherToolkit ranked No.1 Education Blog in the UK with interview. (January 2014)
  3. Rewards in my classroom to aid student progress – for Classroom Carrots. (June 2013)
  4. Setting up a collaborative cluster group – for The Key (October 2012)
  5. DT Ownership of Learning for Teachers TV (2009)
  6. The Art of Differentiation for Teachers TV (2009)
  7. Rewarding Risk: How e-Scape changes learning? –  for FutureLab (June 2008)

Other:

  1. My travel guide articles on Quirky Guide.
  2. Profile listing on Journalisted.

Newspaper clippings:

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