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This course is run and the trainers provided by the Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre


Recently updated with a focus on only postgraduate students this workshop will look at ways of working effectively with students with specific learning difficulties (SpLD) Increasing numbers of all disabled students including those with SpLD means that it is less feasible to rely only on individual adjustments for all students. Consequently, this workshop focusses on practical changes based on inclusive teaching practice which enable the students to achieve their potential and have a fulfilling Cambridge experience. This workshop focusses on dissertations and PhDs, reading and research and laboratories and fieldwork.

  • This workshop will be delivered via Teams and includes around 30 minutes of preparatory work which is self paced.
  • This workshop has been updated to reflect the current challenges because of COVID 19

This course is run and the trainers provided by the Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre


This participative workshop will enable attendees to confidentially discuss their reactions to students in emotional distress and consider effective ways of supporting them while managing attendees' own boundaries.

The workshop will be conducted in a relaxed and open way and will result in those attending feeling more confident in these interactions.

The workshop will also update attendees on available sources of local support for students.

This workshop will be delivered via Teams and includes around 30 minutes of preparatory work which is self paced

This workshop has been updated to reflect the current challenges because of COVID 19.

This course is run and the trainers provided by the Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre


This course will consider the academic barriers experienced by students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It will cover a range of teaching environments and increase your awareness of best practice in implementing support. Most importantly it will give practical advice about best practice to ensure an effective learning environment for all involved

This workshop has been updated to reflect the current challenges because of COVID 19


This course prepares you to supervise undergraduate students at the University of Cambridge in essay-based subjects. It explores the challenges and approaches involved in supervising undergraduates as well as providing practical advice and strategies.

The course consists of three components:

1. A pre-workshop self-paced module containing information on the Cambridge supervision system and introduces the principles and practices of effective teaching and learning.
2. An in-person workshop that incorporates personal reflection on teaching practice, design of learning activities, discussion of real teaching scenarios, a chance to discuss and ask questions and access to practical information about organising and carrying out your supervisions.
3. A post-workshop information pack containing additional resources for ongoing support and information

The training provided in this course complements any training you may receive from your department or college and is required by colleges before you can carry out supervisions.

3 other events...

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Fri 3 Mar 2023 10:00 [Places]
Tue 13 Jun 2023 10:00 [Places]
Thu 15 Jun 2023 14:00 [Places]


This course prepares you to supervise undergraduate students at the University of Cambridge in problem sheet-based subjects. It explores the challenges and approaches involved in supervising undergraduates as well as providing practical advice and strategies.

The course consists of three components:

1. A pre-workshop self-paced module containing information on the Cambridge supervision system and introduces the principles and practices of effective teaching and learning.
2. An in-person workshop that incorporates personal reflection on teaching practice, design of learning activities, discussion of real teaching scenarios, a chance to discuss and ask questions and access to practical information about organising and carrying out your supervisions.
3. A post-workshop information pack containing additional resources for ongoing support and information

The training provided in this course complements any training you may receive from your department or college and is required by colleges before you can carry out supervisions.

1 other event...

Date Availability
Wed 14 Jun 2023 14:00 [Places]
Cambridge Teaching Forum 2023 Fri 21 Apr 2023   10:00 [Full]


The Cambridge Teaching Forum is coordinated by the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning and is open to everyone who teaches or supports students' learning across the collegiate university. It provides a stimulating environment to learn about innovative approaches to education at Cambridge, to meet colleagues, share ideas and reflect on some of the key developments in higher education.

The full day, in-person event consists of plenary sessions on selected themes, followed by parallel sessions of individual presentations or workshops, covering a range of topics.


The theme for the Cambridge Teaching Forum this year is:

Engaging with Development, Challenge and Change in Learning, Teaching, and Assessment

The event will be opened by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Bhaskar Vira, and will include an array of parallel sessions and plenary sessions with keynote speakers. Further information, including the programme for the event, will be posted on the CCTL website in due course.

If you are interested in presenting, facilitating a session, or have any questions about the event, please contact Dr Cassie Lowe.

Diversifying Assessment Forum 2023 new Mon 27 Mar 2023   14:00 [Places]


This forum provides a venue to explore opportunities and processes for changing, refining or adapting current assessment practices, particularly in light of the University's commitments to diversifying assessment and to eliminating awarding gaps experienced by students who are disadvantaged by high-stakes summative exams. The two key themes for this fourth annual forum are coursework and assessment security, although other topics related to diversifying assessment will be addressed.

The forum will be chaired by Professor Bhaskar Vira, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education and Chair of the Examination & Assessment Committee.

The event will be of particular interest to staff involved in assessment or examination practices or processes at Cambridge. For more information, please visit the Cambridge Centre for Teaching & Learning website.

The event will be in-person at the Student Services Centre (Exam Halls).

Students’ academic experiences during their first year of study provide strong foundations for their academic progress, outcomes and personal wellbeing. This Intercollegiate Forum is for College academic and professional staff and students who contribute to undergraduate students’ first-year academic induction and development, including (but not limited to) senior tutors and deputy senior tutors, directors of studies, librarians, academic skills tutors, heads of wellbeing and JCR officers.

The Forum will include a panel of invited Cambridge and external contributors and focussed discussion of key aspects of academic induction and development during the first year. We will consider ways of making positive differences within the distinctive environments of the Colleges to students’ experiences and outcomes, to share experiences and to reflect on opportunities for enhancement in 2023-24 and beyond.

The Forum is organised by the Cambridge Centre for Teaching & Learning as part of CCTL’s support for the collegiate University’s commitments to develop more inclusive educational environments and practices and to eliminate differentials in students’ assessment outcomes which cannot be explained through factors such as previous education and attainment (‘awarding gaps’).


This workshop explores the principles of good postgraduate supervision, different approaches to supervising, how to deliver feedback for best results, and the teacher/learner roles of the supervisor-supervisee relationship. It is aimed at new or experienced postgraduate supervisors looking to develop their skills in effective and inspired pedagogy.


Outcomes:

  • Understand the teacher/learner roles central to the supervision of postgraduate students
  • Explore good practice for delivering feedback
  • Understand possible issues and where to go for support in the Cambridge system

3 other events...

Date Availability
Tue 7 Mar 2023 10:00 [Places]
Tue 25 Apr 2023 10:00 [Places]
Tue 23 May 2023 10:00 [Places]


This workshop explores the principles of good postgraduate supervision, different approaches to supervising, how to deliver feedback for best results, and the teacher/learner roles of the supervisor-supervisee relationship. It is aimed at new or experienced postgraduate supervisors looking to develop their skills in effective and inspired pedagogy.


Outcomes:

  • Understand the teacher/learner roles central to the supervision of postgraduate students
  • Explore good practice for delivering feedback
  • Understand possible issues and where to go for support in the Cambridge system
  • Consider the elements of positive research culture in a group and lab

3 other events...

Date Availability
Thu 9 Feb 2023 10:00 [Full]
Thu 27 Apr 2023 10:00 [Places]
Thu 25 May 2023 10:00 [Places]

Cambridge is one of the world’s leading universities, yet Black British students are statistically less likely to be awarded a First or Good Honours degree at Cambridge compared to their white peers. This disparity is known as the awarding gap. Institutional statistical analysis of admission data has shown that this disparity cannot be explained by factors such as previous education, socio-economic background or other intersecting variables including gender. The University has made a commitment to eliminate these inequitable degree outcomes and the last four years has seen considerable investment in research into the reasons for these troubling statistics.

This one-day forum is open to all Cambridge staff and students as an opportunity to explore, learn, and contribute towards a shared understanding about the impact of awarding gaps on Black undergraduate students. It is also a chance to reflect and critically engage on strategies and practices to address inequitable educational experiences at Cambridge, including the range of decolonisation initiatives already underway across the university. We welcome your views, ideas, and questions to help the University move forward in a mutually beneficial way.

The programme is being co-coordinated and co-designed by a team of student and staff researchers involved in the Access and Participation Plan’s Participatory Action Research (the APP PAR Project). The forum is supported by the Black Advisory Hub, the BME Campaign, and the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning.

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