You may already have been working with us. Perhaps on getting your UTQ, or in creating educational video’s or getting tips on how to make your lessons more activating for  students. We would like to invite you to share your experiences. Please let us know by sending an email to ces-celt@utwente.nl.


I participated in the training ‘21st century education: microlecture’, offered by the CELT. After the training the aim was to actually record a microlecture. During the preparation phase and the recording I was well supported by the CELT employee. She gave me very useful feedback on the content of my microlecture and suggestions to improve my presentation skills. It was a very instructive course and experience and I'm sure I will record more microlectures in close cooperation with CELT to use in my education. I have also recommended my colleagues to make greater use of the possibilities of CELTDr. Marloes Postel
Assistant professor
Psychology Health & Technology


When I heard about UTQ I was not the first person to sign up. With two demanding jobs this trajectory was the last thing on my mind. In retrospect I am very happy I did it, because participating in the UTQ trajectory doesn’t have to cost you a lot of time, certainly if you are an experienced teacher. I had completed my portfolio within a month. Besides, it isn’t difficult.Mark Bentum
Associate Professor
Telecommunication & Engineering
I wanted to be more adventurous with module design, to better integrate different units and assessments, but I didn’t have the relevant knowledge or toolboxes to effectively incorporate change. In the course 'how to (re)design and coordinate your module' I heard the pros and cons of different tools used by other coordinators, as well as learning different module design aspects from a more theoretical viewpoint. It opened my eyes to many new possibilities and gave me the confidence to try them out. Thoroughly recommended for all module coordinators!James Seddon
Module Coordinator TNW
CELT helped me, as a starting teacher, to become familiar with testing and assessment. Of course, you have exams yourself, but I didn’t really know much about systematically developing a proper exam, let alone a testing matrix or assessment plan. CELT gave me insight in the ‘theory’ behind testing and assessment, but also in all the practicalities around examination. Thanks for your professional support!UTQ participating Assistant Professor