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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!

 

For upcoming events such as the Annual Meetings, normally held in September, we are keeping a close eye on the current situation and will provide updates here as soon as we know more.

 

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.

 

Annual Meeting for Directors of Postgraduate Education and Postgraduate Tutors

2019 saw the first Annual Meeting for Directors of Postgraduate Education and Postgraduate Tutors, held just before the start of the Michaelmas Term.

 

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

Workshop series on online/blended learning design open for booking now

1 September 2020

An online series of workshops focused on online / blended learning design will be running over the course of September, provided by Skilled Education, an external learning design agency. These workshops are free for Cambridge teaching staff to attend, though places are limited to fifty participants. You can find out more...

Updated guidance on teaching in 2020-21 released

7 August 2020

As the next academic year approaches, we have extended our introductory guides to teaching online. Easter Term 2020 required a rapid adaptation under very challenging circumstances. Our revised guides address affordances and challenges of Teaching in 2020-21, including larger-group teaching (lectures, seminars and classes...