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Professor Rob Coe

Why assessment may tell you less than you think – Part 2

By Rob Coe

In part 1 of this blog post, I posed five questions about these uses of assessments....

Why assessment may tell you less than you think – Part 1

By Rob Coe

I was inspired to write this blog by reading Harry Fletcher-Wood's book ‘Responsive...

Serious critiques of meta-analysis and effect size: researchED 2018

By Rob Coe

Since I became a researcher in the late 1990s, I have been an advocate of using...

Evidence-Based Practice: What it is and what it isn’t

Introduced by Professor Rob Coe

We are delighted to host this piece by Gary Jones, in which he...

A Vision for Enhanced Professionalism

"Teaching is far and away the most important of all professions. Teachers make more difference...

What is Worth Reading for Teachers Interested in Research?

I give a fair number of talks to groups of teachers and school leaders on the subject of...

Classroom observation: it’s harder than you think

by Professor Robert Coe

We’ve all done it: observed another teacher’s lesson and made a...