Publications

Orcid: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0973-285X

Books

Jones, A.B. (2021). Homework with Impact: Why What You Set and How You Set It Matters (1st ed.). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003120513

Jones, A. B. (2017). Teaching Sociology Successfully: A Practical Guide to Planning and Delivering Outstanding Lessons (1st ed.). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315641317

Chapter (peer reviewed)

Jones, A.B. (2021). Sustaining high quality teaching: Focus on proactive goals over reactive targets. In Re-Imagining Education in England: A collection of short articles by experts on how school education in England can be developed (eds. Chris Waterman and Georgina Newton). London: Iris Press. ISBN: 978-0-9566709-3-9 

Articles (magazines and newspapers – many of these have been posted on this site)

Jones, A. (2022, December 7). Desirable difficulties: A not so difficult approach. SecEd Magazine [online edition]. https://bit.ly/3jlaEDK

Jones, A. (2022, October 12). Lesson planning: Knock-out pupils with a double hook. SecEd Magazine [online edition]. https://bit.ly/3E4rgYg 

Jones, A. (2022, September 20). The growing case for banning mobile phones. SecEd Magazine [print and online edition] (555), pp. 44-45.  https://bit.ly/3DHBBZ7 

Jones, A. (2022, September 14). Adolescent smartphone addiction: Supporting pupils and parents. SecEd Magazine [online edition]. https://bit.ly/3Tn5ALL

Jones, A. (2022, June 15). How to handle conspiracy theories in the classroom. SecEd Magazine [online edition]. https://bit.ly/3Ecxjuh 

Jones, A. (2022, June 6). Being a professional in school: Dos and don’ts. SecEd Magazine [print and online edition], pp. 10-11. https://bit.ly/3WvfgGC 

Jones, A. (2022, May 17). Political impartiality: Ten ways to sit on a fence. SecEd Magazine [print and online edition] (554), pp. 14-15.  https://bit.ly/3NEkITn 

Jones, A. (2022, January). Using homework to improve attainment in RE. RE Today, pp. 88-89. https://bit.ly/3T8lSYv 

Jones, A. (2021, October 18). Seven principles of setting effective primary homework. Headteacher Update Magazine [online]. https://bit.ly/3zIrQbW 

Jones, A. (2021, October 6). Seven principles of effective secondary homework. SecEd Magazine [online edition].  https://bit.ly/3UsN99b 

Jones, A. (2021, June 29). Learning loss and recovery curricula: what we can learn from other countries’ experiences? Published report for the Challenge Partners Network of Excellence. https://bit.ly/3fzuHgr 

Jones A. (2020, June 4). Pedagogías de vanguardia para el aprendizaje no presencial: recuperación, enganche, conocimiento, aplicación y revisión. EDUTEKAhttps://bit.ly/3t6eEtm 

Jones, A. (2019, March 1). Convince me that homework is worth doing. TES Magazine. https://bit.ly/3WwVZEL 

Jones, A. & Essery, M. (2018, October 25). How can we reduce teacher workload without affecting the quality of marking? Charted College of Teaching Research Hub. https://bit.ly/3heMw4T 

Jones, A. (2017, January 17). From Brexit to Trump: should teachers talk politics in the classroom? The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3FMqDDZ 

Jones, A. (2016, November 21). Want To Better Understand ‘Post-Truth’ Politics? Then Study Postmodernism. Huffpost. https://bit.ly/2G39JiT 

Jones, A. (2016, January 19). School Direct v PGCE: the pros and cons for potential new teachers. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3t1ChDK 

Jones, A. (2015, November 18). Challenging Misconceptions of Islam: Basic Advice for Teachers. Huffpost. https://bit.ly/3NzrEkV 

Jones, A. (2014, November 11). Why the Government’s Proposed Consultation on Changes to Religious Studies GCSE Matters. Huffpost. https://bit.ly/3NAd1xM 

Jones, A. (2014, October 16). Teachers, is it worth becoming an examiner? The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3DZKQ8e 

Jones, A. (2014, August 6). Collective worship in schools requires a rethink. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3U9EcSy 

Jones, A. (2014, August 5). Coaching v mentoring: what works best for teachers? The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3UpBSqb 

Jones, A. (2014, May 26). Specialist leader of education training: be ready for a businesslike approach. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3t1rCZr 

Jones, A. (2014, February 14). Teaching about death is an important life lesson for students. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3zMc4fV 

Jones, A. (2013, October 23). The irony of religious education? It needs to include atheists and humanists. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3h9zo0O 

Jones, A. (2013, August 31). Caught on camera: could CCTV transform your lesson observations? The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3NEzVDW 

Jones, A. (2013, August 5). Meditation in education: an ancient remedy for dealing with modern stress and anxiety. Huffpost. https://bit.ly/3UwBoyF 

Jones, A. (2013, July 8). Don’t be afraid to rebrand your subject. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3DEmOOP 

Jones, A. (2013, June 10). Meditation in schools: calming minds and beating stress. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3sZeofI 

Jones, A. (2013, April 12). Why I can’t live without TED Talks: using tech to bring speakers into class. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3T65CY3 

Jones, A. (2013, February 20). High culture versus pop culture: which is best for engaging students? The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3FNv6qb 

Jones, A. (2012, August 22). Is teaching creationism in RE really controversial? The Guardian.  https://bit.ly/3UfsdmA 

Jones, A. (2012, July 30). Religious education – should students have more choice? The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3hi7Pmc 

Jones, A. (2012, June 21). The importance of teaching empathy. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3zMjAri 

Jones, A. (2011, September 6). Excluding religious education will impoverish young people. The Guardian. https://bit.ly/3WA57IQ