The division is grouped under the centre of responsibility of the Vice-Rector: Learning and Teaching .
The Centre for Teaching and Learning forms part of a broader unit referred to as the Division for Learning and Teaching Enhancement, and we work synergistically in this division with three other centres: the Language Centre the Centre for Learning and Teaching Technologies the Centre for Academic Planning and Quality Assurance. These three centres are the core partners of the Centre for Teaching and Learning. Together these four centres, through the Division for Learning and Teaching Enhancement, drive the university Strategy for Teaching and Learning. Other internal partners of the Centre for Teaching and Learning are the faculties and their lecturers for whom we provide professional learning opportunities, as well as the various committees relating to teaching and learning, such as the Committee for Learning and Teaching (a sub-committee of senate), which drive teaching and learning policy development.
In this section you will find information about the Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Click on the headings below for information about our:
Vision and Mission
The staff working at the CTL
Our contact details and physical address (including a map).
You will also find a site map in this section that can be used for easy navigation around our website.
Giving to others
PATCH / Helderberg Child Abuse Centre supports all child victims of sexual abuse in the Helderberg area of Cape Town, South Africa and strives to prevent the incidence of this horrific crime committed against innocent children. CTL staff donated giftboxes used to support child victims during their recovery process.
Should you wish to find out more or support PATCH, please visit: PATCH Helderberg
Child Welfare South Africa: Stellenbosch
Child Welfare SA Stellenbosch's mission is to promote, protect and enhance the safety, wellbeing and healthy development of children and families in Stellenbosch. CTL staff donated goodies for babies after reading an article in the Eikestad News.
Should you wish to find out more or support Child Welfare SA Stellenbosch, please visit their facebook page.
On the photograph above (from the left): Celeste from Child Welfare, Bettie Nieuwoudt (Director: Child Welfare SA: Stellenbosch) and the following staff members from CTL: Jo-Wene Michaels, Sharlene Kleinsmith, Anthea Jacobs, Ilke Gideons, Roshnique Daniels, Veronica Beukes, Natasha Alberts, Melanie Petersen, Farrel Kleinsmith and Nothemba Nqayi.
Bruckner de Villiers
The Centre for Student Counselling & Development (CSCD) and CTL donated chairs to the Bruckner de Villiers primary school situated in Hector street in Idasvallei.