Jones, M. (2020a). The interaction of training and observation in one teacher’s development. In D. Hooper & N. Hashimoto (Eds.), Teacher Narratives from the Eikaiwa Classroom: Moving Beyond “McEnglish”. (pp.123-131.) Candlin & Mynard.
Jones, M. (2022). Teaching Linguistic Landscape Research: Encouraging Learner Cognition About Language Practices. JAAL in JACET Proceedings, 4, 60–64. https://www.jacet.org/publication/jaal-in-jacet-proceedings/
Jones, M. (2021). Problems Teaching Listening Online. The Language Scholar, (in press). https://languagescholar.leeds.ac.uk/problems-teaching-listening-online/
Jones, M. (2020f). English Language Teachers’ Stated Beliefs and Practices Regarding Task-Based Language Teaching and Listening. Konin Language Studies, 8(4), 369–390. http://www.ksj.pwsz.konin.edu.pl/?page_id=2166&lang=en Journal website problem. Download.
Jones, M. (2020d) Creating a small corpus to inform materials design in an ongoing English for Specialist Purposes (ESP) course for Orthodontists and Orthodontic Assistants. Studies in English Language and Literature, 26, 1-12. Preprint available from: https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/vhb8a
Jones, M. (2020c) Exploring Difficulties Faced in Teaching Elective English Listening Courses at Japanese Universities. Listening Education Online Journal, 10(1), 12-20. Preprint available from: https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/sa2kw
Jones, M. (2020b). Investigating English Language Teachers’ Beliefs and Stated Practices Regarding Bottom-up Processing Instruction for Listening in L2 English. Journal of Second Language Teaching & Research, 8(1), 52–71. http://pops.uclan.ac.uk/index.php/jsltr/article/view/590
Jones, M., & Steven, J. (2020). Duoethnography of Two EFL Teachers Developing Their Own Classroom Teaching Materials. The Language Scholar 8. Online first version (HTML) Paginated version (PDF).
Jones, M. (2018) TBLT in Japan. ETAS Journal. Summer 2018 27-28.
Jones, M. (2017) Gathering the Evidence. TESOL Greece Newsletter. 135, July-September 2017. pp. 21-22.
Jones, M. (2016) Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices Regarding Listening and Pronunciation in EFL. Explorations in Teacher Development. ETD JALT TD SIG. 23:1 pp. 11-17.
Jones, M. (2020e) Technology Expenses and Education among University English Language Teachers. (working paper) https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/64zuj
2021: Making Your Classes ADHD Aware: Simple Tips for Inclusion. KOTESOL International Conference.
2020: Problems Teaching Listening Online. JACET Chubu. Video and slides.
2020: Quick and Dirty Research Methods for the (Virtual) Classroom. Scholar.Social #SummerSchool. Video and slides.
2019: How Should We Approach Teaching to Facilitate Phoneme Acquisition in English as a Foreign Language? New Sounds 2019, Waseda University Tokyo, 31st August 2019.
2018: Whose Cared A Lesson In? ‘Hangout’ Presentation. excitELT, Rikkyo University Tokyo. 6th May 2018.
2018: Self Catering to Others: Being Myself for Learners’ Success. IATEFL TDSIG Webinar. 24th February 2018.
2017: Not Your Brother’s Dungeon Master’s Guide. Saitama JALT Nakasendo, Saitama, Japan. 2nd July 2017.
2016: Precision Pronunciation. Tokyo JALT/ Young Learners SIG event. 11th December 2016.
2015: Teaching Listening (as opposed to ‘doing’ listening). Saitama JALT Nakasendo, Saitama, Japan. 19th July 2015.
2015: The effects of a Lack of Application of SLA Theory and Research in the Eikaiwa and ALT Industry in Japan. Michinohe MEES Conference, Hachinohe Gakuin University, Hachinohe, Japan. 31st May 2015.