With expertise across a wide range of disciplines and pedagogical methods the CELT team are available to help, support and advise individual academic staff or programme teams to transform their teaching and learning practices.
Through our Recognition, Award and Reward activities, we support the professional development of teaching staff, providing mentorship, advice and ongoing specialist support to staff at Senior Fellow or above (including our National Teaching Fellows and Vice-Chancellor Teaching Fellows) via the Learning and Teaching Academy. CELT organise a wide range of continuing professional development (CPD) programmes which are open to all staff. Staff from London and Hong Kong can either request webinar delivery or we can provide bespoke training onsite. We are happy to tailor any programme to meet the needs of specific teams.
The Learning, Teaching and Assessment Framework (LTAF) sets out our plans to develop learning and teaching across all four campuses between 2018 and 2023.
The LTAF broadly looks at transformation programmes, developing teaching and learning, recognition reward and award as well as the nature of our campaigns. The LTAF is designed to set out the work plan for the Centre for Learning and Teaching Enhancement (CELT) as well as detailing work package 1 of the Student Success Strategy.
We are currently consulting on the LTAF. Please send your comments and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am the Learning and Teaching Enhancement Manager for CELT at the University of Sunderland. My role involves supporting the achievement of key learning and teaching enhancement objectives across the University as well as engaging and developing our academic community undertaking the PGCE and Masters in Higher Education. I have over 25 years' experience in organisational leadership and development and 14 years' experience in higher education.
My role is about supporting academic teaching staff who deliver University programms in our three campuses and in our collaborative partners. I produce online and face-to-face courses and provide specific pedagogic development sessions to meet the needs of individuals, subject teams and cross-institution groups. I also manage the operation of the Universitys HEA Fellowship Recognition Scheme.
I am the Senior Learning Technologist in the Centre for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching with responsibility for supervising and coordinating the operational work of the Learning Technology Team, ensuring that we provide a comprehensive range of support and development for staff.
I am a Learning Technology Co-ordinator (VLE) within the University’s Centre for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching. Primarily I lead on the development and support of the University’s Virtual Learning Environment, Canvas. I also develop learning materials and offer support around classroom based technologies.
I am a Learning Technologist/Developer in the University’s Centre for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, with a specific focus on video based technologies as well as supporting the University’s VLE usage.
My role is to enable CELT to deliver service excellence by developing and enhancing teaching and learning through opportunities for technological innovation in the University. I use my expertise to provide consultancy with academic and support staff across all faculties and services.
I am a Learning Technologist in the University’s Centre for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, with a primary focus on VLE support as well other classroom based technologies and mobile learning. In addition to this I also support academics with the creation of online surveys for student feedback.