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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

The annual Cambridge Teaching Forum provides a stimulating environment for staff to learn about innovative approaches to higher education in Cambridge and to meet colleagues and share ideas. We also reflect on some of the hot topics in higher education in Cambridge, nationally and internationally.

The Cambridge Teaching Forum is open to everyone who teaches or supports students’ learning in University institutions and Colleges. The event usually consists of a selection of parallel sessions covering a range of topics, followed by panel discussions.

 

The 2019 Teaching Forum will be held on Friday 22 March in Newnham College.

The event will be opened by the Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Professor Graham Virgo, who will outline his vision for education at Cambridge. The full programme will be published here later in February.

Registration is now open.

 

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