The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching would like to congratulate our colleagues and friends who were successful in their application for a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Their achievements reflect an innovative, enthusiastic and impactful commitment to teaching and learning at Flinders:
Dr Amanda Müller, Nursing and Health Sciences
For commitment to advancing the linguistic skills and outcomes of international nursing students through the development of evidence-based innovative language teaching and resources, assessment improvement, and integration of language and literacy support into the curriculum.
Up The Hill Project, Nursing and Health Sciences
An innovative, structured and sustained Work-Integrated Learning program in Disability and Community Inclusion that responds to student, community and industry needs.
Environmental Health Team, Science and Engineering
Using contemporary cultural hooks and sound, theoretically-grounded teaching practices to engage students with Environmental Health to ultimately protect public health.
Global Workplace Teaching Team, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences/ Business, Government and Law
For pioneering work on harnessing educational information and communication technologies for an international collaborative work-integrated learning initiative in International Studies to develop and practice global workplace competencies.
Lisa Bennett and Erin Sebo, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Many sides to every story: Inspiring students to interrogate cultural contact through research-led teaching of Viking and Anglo-Saxon language, literature, and culture.
Contributed by Anna Smith
Project Officer, Learning and Teaching – CILT