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

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

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. (2023, March 9). Think, McFly, Think! Get pupils thinking with the generation effect. SecEd Magazine [online edition].

Jones, A. (2022, December 7). Desirable difficulties: A not so difficult approach. SecEd Magazine [online edition].

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

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

Jones, A. (2022, September 14). Adolescent smartphone addiction: Supporting pupils and parents. SecEd Magazine [online edition].

Jones, A. (2022, June 15). How to handle conspiracy theories in the classroom. SecEd Magazine [online edition]. 

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

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

Jones, A. (2022, January). Using homework to improve attainment in RE. RE Today, pp. 88-89. 

Jones, A. (2021, October 18). Seven principles of setting effective primary homework. Headteacher Update Magazine [online]. 

Jones, A. (2021, October 6). Seven principles of effective secondary homework. SecEd Magazine [online edition]. 

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. 

Jones A. (2020, June 4). Pedagogías de vanguardia para el aprendizaje no presencial: recuperación, enganche, conocimiento, aplicación y revisión. EDUTEKA 

Jones, A. (2019, March 1). Convince me that homework is worth doing. TES Magazine. 

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. 

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

Jones, A. (2016, November 21). Want To Better Understand ‘Post-Truth’ Politics? Then Study Postmodernism. Huffpost. 

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

Jones, A. (2015, November 18). Challenging Misconceptions of Islam: Basic Advice for Teachers. Huffpost. 

Jones, A. (2014, November 11). Why the Government’s Proposed Consultation on Changes to Religious Studies GCSE Matters. Huffpost. 

Jones, A. (2014, October 16). Teachers, is it worth becoming an examiner? The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2014, August 6). Collective worship in schools requires a rethink. The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2014, August 5). Coaching v mentoring: what works best for teachers? The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2014, May 26). Specialist leader of education training: be ready for a businesslike approach. The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2014, February 14). Teaching about death is an important life lesson for students. The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2013, October 23). The irony of religious education? It needs to include atheists and humanists. The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2013, August 31). Caught on camera: could CCTV transform your lesson observations? The Guardian. 

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

Jones, A. (2013, July 8). Don’t be afraid to rebrand your subject. The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2013, June 10). Meditation in schools: calming minds and beating stress. The Guardian. 

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

Jones, A. (2013, February 20). High culture versus pop culture: which is best for engaging students? The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2012, August 22). Is teaching creationism in RE really controversial? The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2012, July 30). Religious education – should students have more choice? The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2012, June 21). The importance of teaching empathy. The Guardian. 

Jones, A. (2011, September 6). Excluding religious education will impoverish young people. The Guardian.