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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

The Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning supports teaching and learning staff by providing training, developing networks, hosting events and encouraging and funding innovation.  The Centre also provides a focus for strategic priorities within Cambridge and for engaging with national and international developments in higher education.

Events

Find events to share practice with peers across the University.

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Recognising excellent teaching

Recognition of outstanding contributions to teaching and learning at Cambridge.

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Support and training

Training courses and guidance on enhancing your teaching practice.

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Looking for inspiration? Click here for case studies designed to help you address issues in teaching and learning.

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Latest news

2017 Teaching Forum: More of this please!

28 March 2017

"All the talks I attended taught me things I didn't know and which I am glad to have learned" "I found the sessions were very interesting and inspiring. It was great to hear from people from different fields" Colleagues from across the collegiate University joined together last week at Churchill College for the Cambridge...

Teaching that Changes Lives: Cambridge academics receive Butler Trust Award

14 March 2017

Two Cambridge academics, Dr Ruth Armstrong and Dr Amy Ludlow, have received a prestigious Butler Trust Award for their innovative ‘Learning Together’ project in which prisoners at HMP Grendon and students at the University of Cambridge study together within the prison. The Butler Trust Awards, established in 1985...

Applications are now open for the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (2017-18).

8 March 2017

The course is for staff who teach and support learning of Cambridge University students. Taking an enquiry-based approach to exploring challenges in teaching and learning in Cambridge and beyond, the Postgraduate Certificate provides an opportunity to extend your understanding of how students learn extend your repertoire...

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