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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning


Cambridge Teaching Forum 2020


It is with regret that the Teaching Forum has been withdrawn this year. We hope you will be able to join us in 2021.


Date: Tuesday 14 April
Time: 10am - 4pm
Venue: Student Services Centre


Call for Papers

We welcome proposals for individuals or teams from the University of Cambridge, its Colleges or Institutions, to present on their higher education teaching innovations, practices or research. Each parallel session will be 30 minutes: you may propose a workshop, a roundtable or an individual presentation.

Proposals that address current strategic priorities for educational enhancement will be particularly welcome. These include, though are not limited to: attainment gaps, assessment practices, student skills, technology-enabled learning, effective supervision and inclusive teaching and learning practices.

Please submit proposals to Dr Ruth Walker by Monday 10 February, in the form of a 300-word abstract.


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