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Helen is Executive Director at HM Education Consultancy Ltd and provides high quality training, coaching and consultancy support in a range of UK and international contexts. Her portfolio is underpinned by her experience as a teacher, school leader and national strategies consultant. Developing people is Helen’s strongest motivation and she is committed to investing in professional learning.
In her current role, Helen is a lead training consultant with Cambridge Assessment International Education and has worked with leaders and teachers across the world to develop their effectiveness. In addition, Helen works with other prestigious global organisations including ECIS (Educational Collaborative for International Schools) and High Performance Learning to transform schools and support improvement. She is an accredited practitioner coach with the European Coaching and Mentoring Council and works with school leaders and teachers, empowering them to lead change and secure impact.
Dr Gerard Calnin is a Scholar-Practitioner with the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) and was formerly a Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne. His current research interests are in school leadership, teacher evaluation and school effectiveness. Prior to working at EdUHK, Gerard held senior leadership roles in p-12 schooling and at the system/sectoral level; he was also an international research fellow in the USA and UK. He works with schools and school systems, and presents at conferences globally on a regular basis.
Rob Coe joined Evidence Based Education in February 2019 from his role as Professor in the School of Education at Durham University. He is a co-author of the Education Endowment Foundation’s Teaching and Learning Toolkit, lead author of the Sutton Trust report What Makes Great Teaching? and 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.
Rob’s research interests are wide-ranging and include: assessment, evaluation methodology; evidence-based education and the involvement of practitioners in research; school effectiveness and improvement, including the methodology of school effectiveness research; the use and effects of feedback.
Before embarking on an academic career, Rob was a teacher of mathematics, with experience in a range of secondary schools and colleges.
I thought the conference was excellent, and the presenters provided a lot of good information, based on the latest research.
22 July - 22 September 2019
20% early bird discount (£348)
23 September - 24 November 2019
Standard registration (£435)