12th May 2016

Professor Rob Coe delivered a workshop to school leaders in May at the 35th Annual Conference of the Council for British International Schools.

It has long been argued that ‘teacher quality’ is the single most important school variable influencing student achievement - but what can research tell us about the kinds of classroom practices that are likely to create the most learning for students?

In his session, Rob drew upon a range of research findings, including three reviews he has co-authored: the ‘Teaching and Learning Toolkit’, ‘What makes great teaching?’ and ‘Developing Great Teaching’.

Rob’s presentation is available for download here.

In addition, linked below are the free and open-access reviews Rob referenced in his presentation, along with the two blog posts:


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