Huxtable, M. (2011) How do I contribute to improving educational relationships, space and opportunities? BERA conference, Institute of Education, London, 2011.
Huxtable, M. (2011) How am I, as an educational practitioner-researcher using new technology to enhance educational learning? Presented at the 11th Diverse (Developing Innovative Visual Educational Resources For Students Everywhere) Conference, Dublin City University, 2011 and included in the proceedings
Huxtable, M. (2010) Children and Young People as Living Theory Action Researchers. A contribution to ‘Action Research in the Function of Professional Development of Teachers. Part IV of, ‘The Influence of Action Research on Educational Practice of the European Workshop’, 17-20 May 2010, Zagreb, Croatia and included in the proceedings.
Huxtable, M. (2009) How do I improve what I am doing in my professional practice and make an original contribution to the knowledge-base of education? Paper in Keynote symposium. ‘Explicating A New Epistemology For Educational Knowledge With Educational Responsibility, 2009 BERA conference, Manchester University 2009.
Huxtable, M. (2009) How do we contribute to an educational knowledge base? A response to Whitehead and a challenge to BERJ. Research Intelligence. 107, pp.25-26
Huxtable, M. (2009) Enhancing Creativity in Educational Practice and Teachers Continued Professional Development Through Contributing to Improving Inclusive and Inclusional Gifted and Talented Educational Theory and Practice. pp.128-141. In L. Bognar, J. Whitehead, B. Bognar, M. P. Kraljik, K. Munk (Eds) Encouraging creativity in education: Collection of papers – a Handbook for Current and Future Teachers, Proceedings of "A Creative Approach to Teacher Education", Pozega, Croatia, 27-30 Sept 2009. Zagreb: Profile International.
Huxtable, M. (2009) Developing Talents to Create and Offer Knowledge of the Self and the World as Educational Gifts. EJOLTs (Educational Journal of Living Theories) 2 (2) pp.43-59.
Hymer, B., Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2009) Gifted and Talented Education: A Living Theory Approach. Chichester; Wiley-Blackwell.
Huxtable, M., Hurford, R. and Mounter, J. (2009) Creative and Philosophical Thinking in Primary Schools. London; Optimus Education.
Huxtable, M. and Whitehead, J. (2009) How can inclusive and inclusional understandings of gifts/talents be developed educationally? In Montgomery, D. (Ed) Able, Gifted and Talented Underachievers, Second Edition. Chichester; Wiley-Blackwell.
Huxtable, M. (2008) Creating inclusive and inclusional understandings of gifts and talents through Living Educational Theory research. In Balchin, T., Hymer, B. and Matthews, D. (Eds) Routledge International Companion to Gifted Education. Abingdon; Routledge.
Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2008) The Catalytic Validity of the Living Educational Theories of Self-study Researchers in Improving Practice and in Creating a New Epistemology of Educational Knowledge. In Heston, M. L., Tidwell, D. L., East, K. K. & Fitzgerald, L. M., pp. 313-317. Proceedings of The Seventh International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices on Pathways to Change in Teacher Education: Dialogue, Diversity and Self-Study. August 3 -7, 2008 Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England. Cedar Falls, Iowa: University of Northern Iowa.
Huxtable M, and Whitehead, J. (2007) How can inclusive and inclusional understandings of gifts/talents be developed educationally? Presented at the The World Conference For Gifted and Talented Children on From Local Worlds Of Giftedness To Global, 5-10 August 2007, University of Warwick.
Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2006) How are we co-creating living standards of judgment in action-researching our professional practices? Presented at ALARM PAR conference Groenigen 2006.
Huxtable, M. (2005) Everyone a Winner - Towards Exceptional Achievement of All , Gifted Education International 20 (1) p. 51-69