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Dr Rob Webster
UCL Institute of Education, University College London
25 Woburn Square
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  • Associate Professor
  • IOE - PHD Centre for Inclusive Educ
  • IOE - Psychology & Human Development
  • UCL Institute of Education

Rob Webster is an Associate Professor, at the Department of Psychology and Human Development based in the Centre for Inclusive Education at University College London. Between 2011 and 2017, he led a landmark research study of the everyday educational experiences of pupils with an EHCP/Statement, which included the UK’s largest observational study of pupils with SEND. 

Rob is a leading expert on teaching assistants. He was a researcher on the world's largest study of TA deployment and impact: the ground-breaking DISS project. From this work, he developed the award-winning Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants (MITA) programme. He has recently edited the first collection of international writing on TAs.

Recently, Rob has contributed to investigations of the impact of Covid and lockdown on mainstream and special schools, teaching assistants, and children and families with SEND. And during 2020, he helped develop and presented the first seven seasons of the UCL IOE’s flagship podcast Research for the Real World.

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