Academic & Student Affairs

Centre for Educational Development

What we do

The Centre for Educational Development (CED) provides expert support and facilitation to enhance education provision within the University.  CED offers consultancy and a range of professional development activities supporting key educational initiatives, curriculum development, learning , teaching and assessment, student engagement and progression. Meet the Team!

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Professional Development

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Rewarding Excellence

Teaching Awards and Professional Membership

Recognising Good Practice

Staff Training

Further Development

Reflective Practice for Staff

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Publications

REFLECTIONS

Our Education Publications

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Planning your Teaching

Curriculum Development

Advice and guidance

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Learning Gain

Designing Assessment and Feedback

Advice and guidance

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eLearning

Using Technology in Teaching

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Open Learning Development

MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES

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Student Retention

Support for Student Progression

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Evaluation of Teaching

STUDENT VOICE

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Projects

Funded Projects

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Latest News

Queen's Nominee Awarded a National Teaching Fellowship 2017

Congratulations to Dr Philip Hanna from the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science who has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2017 for his work in computing education.

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme recognises and rewards individuals who are judged to make an outstanding impact on the student learning experience, and provides the means to develop a proactive community of National Teaching Fellows.  Fifty-five individual awards were available across the UK Higher Education sector in 2017, in recognition of individual excellence.

Dr Hanna was nominated to go forward as a Queen’s University’s institutional nominee in April 2017 and won the Award following a rigorous peer review and selection process.  The National Teaching Fellowships will be awarded at a celebratory event in November.