Speaker
Rob Webster (cropped)
Rob Webster

Rob Webster is a researcher at the UCL Institute of Education, where he also leads the Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants programme.

 

Rob worked on the ground-breaking Deployment and Impact of Support Staff project and its follow-up study, the Effective Deployment of TAs project. He co-directed the Making a Statement study and now leads the SEN in Secondary Education study, both of which focus on the educational experiences of students with SEN. He also has five years experience of working as a TA.

 

Rob tweets via @maximisingTAs.


For more visit www.maximisingtas.co.uk 

 

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