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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

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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 series of formative assignments during the year, culminating in an extended reflective account of practice to complete the programme.

This new programme is accredited by Advance HE, and so completion of the programme will see you accredited as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

The Advancing Educational Practice Programme is designed for those with substantive teaching / learning support responsibilities, such as early-career lecturers or researchers, College Teaching Officers, and academic-related or support staff with roles involving teaching or learning support. It may be of particular interest if you are on the new Teaching & Scholarship Academic Career Pathway.

Applications close on Monday 29 August.

For more information, key dates and to apply, please visit the Advancing Educational Practice Programme webpage.

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

14 July 2023

Registration is now open for the Annual Meeting for Directors of Teaching & Senior Tutors, and for the Annual Meeting for Directors of Postgraduate Education & Postgraduate Tutors. These events provide opportunities for colleagues to share ideas, expertise and good practice, and to hear about and inform some of the...

Pilkington Prizes awarded in recognition of excellent teaching

26 June 2023

Last week we enjoyed a beautiful evening at Fitzwilliam College celebrating the 2023 winners of the Pilkington Prize on Thursday 22 June. Thirteen members of staff were celebrated for their outstanding contributions to education, with the Prizes awarded by Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Bhaskar Vira. We were...