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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

One of the aims of the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning is to facilitate the sharing of best practice ideas.  You may have already identified an area of teaching that you would like to improve, or have had an idea that you don't know how to implement.  

These case studies are designed to promote new and innovative ideas in teaching and learning, and to allow you to explore how the concepts can be adapted to your own teaching.  Case studies have been grouped according to the main issue they seek to address.  If you have any examples of best practice or excellent examples of innovative teaching and learning in your department please get in touch with us

 

Case studies about lecture practice

Case studies about assessment practices

Case studies about small group teaching

Case studies about enhancing student learning

Case studies about transition

Case studies about research-led teaching

Case studies about the Erasmus+ staff mobility scheme

 

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