Kate Jones to join Evidence Based Education

Evidence Based Education is thrilled to announce that Kate Jones will be joining the team from September 2022 on a part-time basis as Senior Associate for Teaching and Learning.


I am so excited to have the chance to work with Kate. I have long admired her books and other writings for the way she grounds practical, relevant, useable advice in the most rigorous evidence, often collaborating directly with the world’s greatest experts. She is perfect for this role in developing the Great Teaching Toolkit, bringing her expertise in connecting classroom practice, professional learning and robust research.” Professor Rob Coe


Kate is a teacher of Humanities, History and Politics who has held department and school leadership roles. She taught in the UK before a spell in the UAE, recently returning to her native Wales. Never one to stand still, Kate is author of six books and has more on the way!

Kate is also a regular contributor to publications such as the TES, a conference speaker, podcast host and an ambassador for the children’s charity Winston’s Wish.

Kate is joining EBE to enrich and enhance the Great Teaching Toolkit by strengthening the connections between relevant research evidence and classroom practice. Kate will present, speak and write about the practical strategies that embody the Model for Great Teaching. Expect to see content from Kate in the Great Teaching Toolkit platform as well as through courses, blogs, podcasts, talks, webinars and in-school support.


I have been a fan of the team at Evidence Based Education for a long time. The Great Teaching Toolkit is a fantastic resource – evidence-informed, accessible and ultimately very helpful. The Toolkit combines theory with practical advice for teachers and I look forward to contributing to its development and sharing it with schools across the UK and beyond. It is a privilege to join such an insightful and motivated team and I can’t wait to work with teachers and school leaders as part of Evidence Based Education.” Kate Jones


You can follow Kate on Twitter @KateJones_teach, Instagram @katejones_teach, and LinkedIn.

If you’d like Kate to speak at your event or provide support to your school, please contact us here.

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  • @TeacherToolkit

    Great news for Kate; great coup for EBE!

    Ross / @TeacherToolkit

    • Jack Deverson

      Thanks, Ross – we’re really excited to bring Kate’s ideas for the GTT to life!

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