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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

These case studies address the theme of lecturing, including new types of teaching delivery, good practice guidance and methodology, and exploration of how lecturing impacts student learning.  Whilst there is some overlap in concept with our Case studies about small group teaching and Case studies about enhancing student learning, the intention is that these pages focus on enhancing teaching in lectures and practicals.

 

Institute of Criminology: Learning Together – Being, belonging, becoming

This project aimed to deliver a new educational initiative to enable graduate criminology students and students at HMP Grendon to learn criminology together.

 

 

Pilot project on lecture capture

During 2016-17, the University will be running a pilot project on lecture capture with a small number of institutions; further details will be posted in due course.

 

 

 

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Pilkington Prize awards 2017

23 June 2017

Last night saw the 24th Pilkington Prize ceremony at Gonville and Caius College. 13 Prize winners were invited to enjoy drinks on the lawn before attending the ceremony itself in the Bateman Auditorium. Celebrations were concluded with a delicious three course dinner in the Hall. Thankfully, the weather held out and...

Inspiring students and colleagues to excel: Dr Dee Scadden wins Biochemical Society’s Teaching Excellence Award

26 May 2017

Dr Dee Scadden in the Department of Biochemistry has been named winner of The Biochemical Society’s inaugural Teaching Excellence Award . The award, created by the Biochemical Society to promote and celebrate excellent teaching in the discipline, is new for 2018 and will be awarded annually. Dr Scadden was the judges’...

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...

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