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Teaching Forum 2017

The Teaching Forum 2017 was held on 23rd March at Churchill College. The event was chaired by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Graham Virgo, and consisted of parallel sessions covering a range of topics including:

  • Teaching Excellence Framework
  • Education in research intensive universities
  • Learning Gain
  • Perspectives from a secondary Head Teacher
  • Academic writing
  • Language Centre and Libraries - contributions to learning
  • Blended learning

Read the full abstracts for each of the speakers. 

Members of the University can access the Resources from the 2016 Teaching Forum, Resources from the 2017 Teaching Forum, and Posters from both previous Teaching Forums (Raven protected).

The 2018 Teaching Forum will be held on Tuesday 17th April. The conference is open to all who teach and support learning in Cambridge University institutions and Cambridge Colleges. More details about the event will be available here soon; in the meantime, please contact us if you have any enquiries.

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