The group consists of Ali Cooper, Susan Armitage, Helen Ratcliffe, and Tony Luxon. The contact details for Teaching Development core staff can be found on the staff list
For Staff & Postgraduates who teach
CELT provides accredited teaching development programmes and professional development activities for academic staff, postgraduate teaching assistants, part-time staff and other staff who support student learning.
Briefing papers and links to further reading and information on the web on aspects of teaching and learning.
Postgraduates who teach
Support for associate teachers is provided through the accredited Supporting Learning Programme (SLP) and the one-day Survival Skills courses.
What we do
Teaching Development work is undertaken in a variety of ways.
- The Certificate in Academic Practice for staff and Supporting Learning Programme are both accredited by the national Higher Education Academy and provide structured programmes for those wishing to develop their understanding and skills in teaching.
- There are also short intensive courses, individual workshops, teaching days and seminars available on a variety of learning and teaching issues. These are publicised via the weekly LUText email and the Events section of this site.
- The teaching and learning development group also provides advice, information and resources to individuals and departments undertaking developments in their curriculum or LTA approaches and undertakes projects in support of the learning, teaching and assessment strategy.
- CELT publishes a range of material, including Teaching Issues booklets of case studies, briefing papers and the Tall Tales webzine (currently under development).