Gordon Stobart (cropped)
Gordon Stobart

Gordon Stobart is Emeritus Professor of Education, Institute of Education, University College London.

He is a former teacher, educational psychologist and government researcher. His current research interest is in how experts learn and how expertise develops - and the implications for claims about innate ability. His most recent book is The Expert Learner- challenging the myth of ability (OUP/McGraw-Hill, 2014).

He was a founder member of the Assessment Reform Group which has promoted Assessment for Learning on which he still consults internationally.



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