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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

Please note that all workshops planned for Easter Term 2020 have been withdrawn. We are looking for provide alternatives for critical workshops as soon as possible. See also our new Teaching Remotely pages for introductory guidance on some of the immediately pressing issues for teachers.

We provide a programme of workshops and briefings that offer opportunities for learning and development whether you are a new or an experienced educator.

These workshops cover different modes of teaching from lecturing to supervising, as well as postgraduate supervision and fulfilling college roles. The programme also includes a suite of workshops facilitated by the Disability Resource Centre on teaching and supporting disabled students.

Please use the sidebar to explore the different opportunities available to you.

You may also like to view our full calendar of workshops.

 

Latest News

Nominations are open for the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards 2020!

1 May 2020

We are delighted to be once again offering the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards. Intended to recognise the incredible contributions that our students make towards enhancing the Cambridge educational experience for all, last year's inaugural awards demonstrated a clear desire by members of the University...

New resources available for postgraduate supervisors and tutors

30 April 2020

Supervisors and tutors of postgraduate students can now find contact information for Directors of Postgraduate Education directly on CamSIS. When CCTL convened the first meeting of Directors of Postgraduate Education and Postgraduate Tutors last September, one of the main themes to emerge was the need for more fluid lines...

New webinar series on teaching remotely starting this week

29 April 2020

Online Learning Services at Cambridge University Press are running a short series of webinars designed to support teaching staff in their move to remote teaching. The first session is this Thursday 30 April , and will explore "maintaining student engagement remotely" . The series will comprise five sessions in total, and...