Centre for Education in the Built Environment (CEBE)
What is the Centre for Education in the Built Environment?
The Centre for Education in the Built Environment (CEBE) is one of 24 Subject Centres which comprise part of the Higher Education Academy. The primary purpose of CEBE is to provide discipline based support for learning and teaching in the built environment subject communities of Architecture, Landscape, Urban Planning, Housing and Transport, Construction, Surveying and Real Estate.
- To support built environment academics in maintaining and enhancing the quality and effectiveness of their teaching.
- To facilitate knowledge brokerage through the identification, analysis and dissemination of information on good educational practices.
- To stimulate and facilitate a culture of communication and dialogue on innovative teaching between built environment educators.
- Provide opportunities for staff development.
- Review and encourage discipline based research on learning and teaching.
How can CEBE help you?
If you teach in any of the built environment subject areas, the Centre can provide you with:
- Resource materials and current information on developments in built environment education.
- Contact with other colleagues with similar interests through networks, discussion forums and focus groups.
- Registers of identified experts and expertise.
- Up-to-date approaches to learning and teaching (including the use of C&IT).
- Advice to enable you to design and develop ideas for learning, teaching and assessing.
- Visits, demonstrations and workshops to aid staff development.
- Regular newsletters