Perfect ICT Every Lesson (author)
Mark’s best selling book which has topped the education charts on Amazon features ways to successfully embed the use of technology across the curriculum linked to all phases of education. With 26 five star reviews, it’s well worth a purchase. Of course, you can ask Mark to work with you too. You can purchase the book here.
One Best Thing – Digital Leaders (author)
Mark was asked by Apple as part of his role as an Apple Distinguished Educator to write a short book on his ‘One Best Thing’. Student ambassadorship through student digital leaders is an area that is passionate to Mark, so in this book you’ll find ideas on how to get yourself started with digital leaders in your school. Download it here.
Augmented Reality in education
This book sees Mark writing about the incredibly innovative and creative use of augmented reality in education. Featuring a number of key Apps and techniques to create and utilise the best of augmented reality. Download it here.
Don’t Change The Lightbulbs
Mark’s section in the book focuses on the role of the connected educator. The book for which all proceeds go to charity is a real testament to the power of social media and the many teachers that share so freely on there. The book contains some brilliantly insightful posts and is well worth a purchase.
Freaked Out! (contributor)
This book saw author Simon Pridham use some of Mark’s ideas about teacher confidence in using technology. He also recommended Mark’s blog as one to follow closely for tips on using technology purposefully and someone to follow on Twitter to support professional development. Purchase Simon’s book here.
Mark is a regular blogger and you can find his thoughts and reflective practice in evidence on his blog ictevangelist.com. Mark is a regular contributor to the UKEdChat magazine too and you can access back issues of the magazine here. Mark also contributes to other publications too such as ‘Innovate My School‘ and the ‘Digital Leader Network‘.
Mark is recognised as one of the key educators in the UK to follow on Twitter and he has won awards for his blog such as in a recent Teach Secondary magazine. He has been a finalist in the international edublog awards for the last 3 years and was also nominated for a Naace impact award in 2013.