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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

These case studies address ways in which you can help students to engage with their learning.  Whilst there may be some overlap in context between our Case studies about lecture practice and Case studies about small group teaching, these pages focus specifically on the student experience.

 

MOOCs, SOCCs, and kisses

This article, by Dr Jenny Bavidge of the Institute for Continuing Education, reflects on the unique challenges of online courses.

 

 

 

Faculty of English: English Literature Timeline

This project was funded through the Teaching & Learning Innovation Fund, and sought to develop a programme of English literature classes to address transition from school to University, and research skills.  The end result is an interactive online timeline of relevant information about authors that students study.  Information is uploaded by students themselves and links reading lists to contextual information.

 

 

Moodle Good Practice Guide

The Moodle team have developed a good practice guide, which has tips to help you make the most of your Moodle site.  The team also offer training courses for University staff; these are short (1.5-3 hours) hands-on courses on a regular basis.  Introductory courses are held weekly, with more advanced courses on a monthly basis.

 

 

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Student-Led Teaching Awards ceremony

12 May 2017

The Student-Led Teaching Awards ceremony was held on 9 May in the University Combination Room. As Professor Graham Virgo, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education, observed in his opening address, the Student-Led Teaching Awards are special because they are ‘student-led, student-organised, student-voted, and student-decided’. The...

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...

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