The Flinders College of Distinguished Educators celebrates and endorses outstanding nationally-recognised achievement in teaching and learning at the university level by formalising a network of educational leaders and providing a framework of peer support for potential applicants for ALTC citations, awards and grants via a mentoring relationship with the Flinders Teaching Quality Network.
Members met Tuesday 28th June to determine how recommendations arising from the Promoting Excellence Initiative (PEI) report may be adopted, amended and applied to the future organisastional running of the College.
Dr Carol Nicoll, ALTC CEO addressed the College of Distinguished Educators Symposium held on Friday 25 March 2011.
Professor Iain Hay, provided an overview of the Learning and Teaching Academic Standards (LTAS) project on Friday 22 October, 2010. With the project in its final stages Iain provided an overview of the approach and processes undertaken.
Dr Carol Nicoll, ALTC CEO led a Colloquium 'Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Project' at Flinders University Victoria Square attended by staff from The University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, Tabor Adelaide and Flinders University. Colloquium Presentation (PPT 352KB)
Associate Professor Peter Hutchings, ALTC Acting Director - Awards, Grants and Fellowship held a presentation on Applying for ALTC Grants. A/Prof Peter Hutchings' Grant Presentation (PDF 1MB) .
The College of Distinguished Educators was pleased to announce a presentation by Associate Professor Lisa Emerson titled 'Talking to Teachers'. Talking to Teachers PowerPoint Presentation (PDF 137KB)
Flinders Communities of Practice and Interest Groups
Communities of Practice (CoPs) and Interest Groups have been established as part of the Flinders Teaching Quality Network and College of Distinguished Educator initiative. Further information.