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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

About CCTL

Cambridge is renowned for the quality of our students' education and the creativity and commitment of our staff. The Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning works with staff to enrich educational practice; funds innovation and encourages the exchange of ideas and methods; and is a focus for enhancement initiatives within the Collegiate University, nationally and internationally.

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Awarding Gaps Consultation Team

A resource for staff across the University looking for assistance in addressing awarding gaps experienced by students in their courses, whether at the data analysis stage or the implementation of interventions.

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The Pilkington Prize

The Pilkington Prize exists to recognise outstanding contributions to teaching and learning at Cambridge, and each year is awarded to twelve members of staff who have achieved excellence in the field of teaching.

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Latest News

Nominations are open for the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards 2022!

11 May 2022

We are delighted to be once again offering the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards . These awards are intended to recognise the significant contributions that our students make towards enhancing the Cambridge educational experience. Any current student at the University is eligible to be nominated, and any...

Student editors are sought for the Black Advisory Hub glossary project

6 May 2022

The Black Advisory Hub is seeking two postgraduate students to contribute to the pre-publication stage of their glossary on racially-inclusive language. The work will involve updating and editing a draft student-created glossary, which was collaboratively designed and developed by teams of Black undergraduate students...