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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

The CCTL brings people together from across the collegiate university to think about and respond to the issues that matter most in teaching and learning at Cambridge. We encourage Cambridge educators to share their best ideas and learn from each other, and our events provide opportunities for staff to explore more board and wide-ranging topics.

If you are putting on an event or have an idea that you would like to see happening, please get in touch!

 

Cambridge Teaching Forum

The Cambridge Teaching Forum is a yearly event held in the Easter vacation, which aims to bring together staff across the University to discuss all aspects of education.

 

Annual Meeting for Directors of Teaching and Senior Tutors

The Annual Meeting for Directors of Teaching and Senior Tutors is held just before the start of the Michaelmas Term, and is open to members of staff who have been appointed as the Director of Teaching for their subject area or as a Senior Tutor.

 

Digital Advocates Network

The Digital Advocates Network was created to better support bottom-up initiatives to enhance teaching, learning and assessment across the collegiate University.

 

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Latest news

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards!

8 July 2019

The new Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards, established by the Centre for Teaching and Learning only in May this year, are intended to recognise and celebrate the efforts made by our students in enhancing the excellence of Cambridge education. We were delighted by the enthusiastic response to the launch...

Pilkington Prize awarded in recognition of excellent teaching

26 June 2019

This week saw the 26th Pilkington Prize awards ceremony take place at Girton College, where the weather held out for us to enjoy a lovely evening. Thirteen members of staff were celebrated for their outstanding teaching, with prizes awarded by the Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Graham Virgo. We were...