CILT are very excited to congratulate our friends and colleagues who were awarded Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching and the inaugural Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation in Teaching Awards.
Winners of the 2019 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching (3 awards, $5000 + certificate)
|Dr Deb Agnew and Associate Professor Shane Pill||Education, Psychology and Social Work||Sport-based Work Integrated Learning (WIL) developing culturally aware global citizens|
|Dr Karen Lower||Medicine and Public Health||For outstanding and sustained leadership through the implementation of Team Based Learning in the Medical Degree, resulting in advancing the outcomes of medical graduates, including development of self-regulated learning and evidence-based application of fundamental science to complex clinical scenarios|
|Dr Masha Smallhorn||Science and Engineering||For innovation in delivery of core biology topics which promote engagement, support student transition, ignite a passion for learning and improve overall student learning outcomes|
Winners of the 2019 Vice Chancellor’s Innovation in Teaching Awards (6 awards, $2000 + certificate)
|Dr Tom Young||Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences||An innovative approach to teaching feature film and TV production in honours|
|Dr Matt Hawkins||Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences||New Voices: a series of theatrical performances, written and directed by Screen and Media students to test out film and television ideas before a real audience|
|Nursing and Health Sciences||Serious playing, fun learning with Lego|
|Dr Dylan Irvine||Science and Engineering||Using word clouds to highlight learning in the blended classroom|
|Associate Professor David Bright and Dr Russell Brewer||Business, Government and Law||Maximising student engagement with flexible topic delivery: A perspective from the Flinders University criminology program|
|Dr Rodrigo Praino||Business, Government and Law||For designing, developing, and delivering a topic that showcases international leadership in education innovation, successfully uses advanced learning technologies, and achieves high student satisfaction as measured through learning analytics|
Each recipient was presented with a certificate by the Vice-Chancellor at an awards ceremony held on Friday 15 February.