Even the medium-term sustainability of any of
CEPs Teaching and Learning programs must be reliant on passing on the process to
individuals and institutions within the countries we work in. The mainstay of this aspect
of the initiative will be the ongoing support and development of facilitators of
workshops. The process will take various forms - dedicated courses, mentoring and
shadowing within the main Teaching and Learning programs, and distance support. The aim is
to develop and support a cadre of academics interested and experienced in the facilitation
of Teaching and Learning programs, who will themselves form an ongoing, sustainable,
This "toolkit" area of the Teaching and Learning pages is
intended as a developing resource to support this aim and its various components. At least
initially it will exist as an adjunct to the main areas of the pages - Resources for all
academics, and the main Teaching and Learning programs. However, as the current academic
year progresses, the toolkit will expand considerably, with, we hope, contributions from
emergent facilitators. If you have experience as a facilitator in teaching and learning,
and would like to contribute to CEPs work, please refer to the Profiles of Facilitators page.
As the pages expand, they will include:
workshop sessions used within CEP programs, written up for other facilitators to use in
their own contexts,
materials (handouts, overhead slides, etc.) for workshops, and
tools and literature on techniques for group work and group reviews.
If you have any
questions or comments about these pages, or any suggestions of other aspects we might add,
or any materials that we could use, please contact us.