I’ve also written on teaching topics for the Guardian and the Royal Society of Chemistry. I’ve produced resources for the Welcome Trust’s I’m a Scientist Get Me out of Here and contributed to projects for AQA, Edcoms and the DfE. I’m co-author on a book coming out in January and am playing around with ideas for something more personal.
I’d love to write for you, but I have a simple rule; if the site makes money for anyone then I need to get paid. Check out ShouldIworkforfree if you don’t understand this concept. I’m not interested in providing you with content to make you money if I don’t get something in return. (Yes, I do get asked. No, I don’t understand it either.) As long as that’s not a problem, get in touch. I’m happy – and as my blog shows, competent – to produce resources as well as written items. To give you a price context, if I tutor A-level Physics I can earn £25 per hour. Email is the most reliable route.
I welcome sponsored guest posts here, as long as I can label them as such. The links to books are mainly affiliate links to Amazon.co.uk which means I get a few pennies on the pound. It doesn’t cost you anything extra. If in doubt, go buy the books (all of which I only include as recommendations) from your local independent book shop, which I’d prefer anyway.
If you want to say thank you in a less formal way, buy me a coffee.