Does your teaching significantly impact the quality of student learning, student engagement or the overall student experience?
Have your efforts gained recognition from fellow staff, the institution, and/or the broader community?
Does your innovative learning and teaching support program or service contribute significantly to student learning outcomes and the quality of the student experience?
Can you evidence the extent to which your teaching approach, innovation or program has led to widespread benefits for students, staff, the institution, and/or other institutions?
Do you have a teaching philosophy which is well grounded in educational theory?
If you can answer YES, then there is still time to consider applying for an Australian Award for University Teaching (AAUT) Citation, Teaching Award or Program Award.
Now in their 20th year, the AAUT were first established in 1997 by the Australian Government to celebrate and reward excellence in university teaching.
Recipients contribute to the sharing and embedding of outstanding practice in teaching and learning, and to the increase in systemic esteem towards the scholarship of teaching and learning in higher education.
If you are interested in applying, please contact Anna Smith in the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching.
More information on the AAUT is available here.