Centre for Learning and Research in Higher Education
CLeaR is the University of Auckland's hub for higher education learning and research. We work with academics at all levels of experience and engagement to develop, document and research their teaching.
Programme for new academics
Teaching Catalyst Programme, supervision accreditation and peer-mentoring partnerships.
CLeaR LighTs Leadership in Teaching
A programme to explore new pedagogical approaches, assemble a teaching portfolio and develop leadership in teaching and learning.
Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice
A higher education teaching certification for academic staff that aims to foster innovative teaching within an environment of research excellence.
A multi-disciplinary community of practice focusing on a key University teaching and learning priority.
Doctoral Academic Leadership Initiative
DALI aims to prepare mid-phase doctoral students for life in academia.
At a glance
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Courses and workshops
CLeaR offers academic development courses and workshops for staff and postgraduates.
Developing your teaching
Professional development opportunities to support your teaching practice.
Developing your research
Peer-mentoring and research development to help you in your academic career.
Promoting innovations in technology-enhanced teaching and learning.
Find out about supervision activities and seek expert advice.
Māori and Pasifika academic development
Academic development opportunities addressing the specific needs of Māori and Pasifika staff.
Tutors, Graduate Teaching Assistants & Demonstrators
Workshops and resources for Tutors, Graduate Teaching Assistants and Demonstrators.
Our location and staff contact details.
Request a workshop
Specialised academic development workshops on request.
Request assistance in the areas of teaching and learning online, blended learning and educational research.
Request a consultation
Consultations are formative conversations about teaching (often including a peer observation) or other areas of academic career development.