Professor Rob Coe

Professor of Education and Director of the Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM)
Durham University

Rob Coe is a researcher and internationally recognised expert on educational assessment and evaluation. Previously, he was a teacher of mathematics, with teaching experience in an inner-city comprehensive in Manchester, two Sixth-Form Colleges and a selective independent boys’ school. He brings an understanding of classroom life to his research and a relentless desire to make research relevant to improving education.
As Director of CEM – the largest educational research centre in a UK university – Rob leads a team of over 100 staff, providing innovative assessment and monitoring systems to many thousands of schools across 70 countries. He has contributed to the writing of some key publications that connect evidence and educational practice. Rob is a co-author of the Education Endowment Foundation’s Teaching and Learning Toolkit and its DIY Evaluation Guide for teachers. He is the lead author of the Sutton Trust report What Makes Great Teaching? He is a co-author of the Teacher Development Trust’s Developing Great Teaching report. He is a member of advisory groups for a wide range of educational organisations including Ofqual, DfE, AQA, Pearson, Teacher Development Trust, ResearchED and TeachFirst. Rob is currently part of the DfE’s Professional Development Expert Group, charged with developing a set of professional standards for teacher CPD.

Professor Rob Coe will be speaking at:

A vision for enhanced professionalism

2017/02/16 11:00 - 11:30

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