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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

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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Read more at: Awarding Gaps Consultation Team
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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.


Read more at: APP Participatory Action Research Project
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APP Participatory Action Research Project

A five-year research project based on student-staff partnership aiming to investigate the potential causes underlying awarding gaps experienced by specific student cohorts at Cambridge.



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Registration is open for our Annual Meetings for directors of teaching and education, senior and postgraduate tutors

1 September 2022

Registration is now open for the Annual Meeting for Directors of Teaching & Senior Tutors, and for the Annual Meeting for Directors of Postgraduate Education and Postgraduate Tutors. Both events will be hosted by the Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Graham Virgo, and will feature the incoming Pro-...

Apply now for the Advancing Educational Practice Programme

9 August 2022

Over the course of this nine-month cohort programme you will explore theories of learning, develop a philosophy of teaching and learning, enquire into approaches to curriculum design, feedback and assessment, and expand your knowledge and practice through introductions to higher education research. You will work on a...