Publications

As time goes on I’m being given opportunities to be published in other areas aside from my blog and twitter feed. I’m extremely grateful for these opportunities and you can see a list of them below in chronological order:

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9th June 2014: Is self-assessment effective? by @Mroberts90Matt | @Teacher Toolkit
This was in response to an open request by @Teacher Toolkit to write a guest blog post, or a ‘thunk’, on his site. This was the first time I was published elsewhere outside my own blog and saw a great impact, with the post generating over 2,000 views in the first week!

9th August 2014: Expectations of Differentiation | UKED Magazine
This, again, was a response to an open invitation, this time by the UK e-magazine ‘UKED Magazine’. This publication is also available in print form which I guess is even more exciting as to be published in print feels like a great honour!

30th June 2015: Take a Plick-ture | UKED Magazine
In response to an open invitation, I created a short 200 word article on an extremely useful app I had started to implement in the classroom. This article was published in the June edition of UKED Magazine

22nd January 2017: Introducing…Talk4Maths | UKED Magazine
After an unplanned hiatus in the tweeting and blogging world (simply because stuff got really busy as a teacher) I began to try and make a comeback! This was a reblog of the original post on my blog. In my NPQML course, I was required to lead a project in my setting and this article details the concept I began to lead in my school – focused on Talk4Maths.

10th April 2017: Colour Coded Differentiation in Maths | UKED Magazine
Once again I volunteered an article sharing a teaching idea which I use fairly regularly in a normal, not SATs frantic, week in Maths. It involves differentiation which is tailored to every child’s need and imposes no glass ceilings.

9th May 2017: The Power of Positivity | UKED Magazine
This time I volunteered to create a main article, focusing on the importance of building positive relationships between staff – in school and on Twitter. The power of positivity has a strong impact on the teacher and those around them and I explore this more in the article.

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