‘Growing Greek in Schools: from gorillas to talking vases’, ARGO, 4, 16-17
‘A celebration of Greek language and culture education in the UK’, Journal of Classics Teaching (Autumn 2016, Vol. 17, Issue 34, 55-57) https://doi.org/10.1017/S2058631016000258
‘Teaching Latin and Greek in primary classrooms: the Classics in Communities Project’, Journal of Classics Teaching (Spring 2016, Vol. 17, Issue 33) http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S2058631016000131
‘Responsible citizenship and critical skills in Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence: the contribution of Classical rhetoric to democratic deliberation’, chapter 14 in ‘Democracy and decency: what does education have to do with it?‘, Information Age Publishers, 2016
‘The Classics in Communities project’, Oxford University Faculty of Classics newsletter, September 2015 http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/tl_files/Downloads/Newsletter2015.pdf
‘Classical pedagogy: a postcard from Hawaii’, Cloelia Vol. 4, September 2014
‘Classics Teachers on Tour’, Journal of Classics Teaching, September 2012
‘Passport to a world of opportunity – now you’re talking’, The Scotsman newspaper, 29th September 2009
‘Amamus Latin’, Secondary Headship, September 2009
‘Learning to love Latin the modern way’, Private Schools Revealed magazine, Summer 2009
‘Gifted Girls and Groovy Greek’, Journal of Classics Teaching, January 2008
‘Skill to do comes of doing: Surviving the Cambridge Classics PGCE 2005-2006’, Journal of Classics Teaching, February 2007
‘Classical subjects in schools: a comparative study of New Zealand and the United Kingdom‘, chapter in ‘Athens to Aotearoa: Greece and Rome in New Zealand Literature and Society’, Victoria University Wellington Press
‘Cultivating critical learners through Classics‘, monograph.
‘Forward with Classics! Classical languages in schools and communities’, co-edited volume, Bloomsbury academic.
Single authored chapters for this title:
‘The Department for Education: supporting Classics in policy and practice?’
‘Athens to Aotearoa: the shifting Classical landscape in New Zealand’.
‘Classics and 21st century skills’.
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