The annual Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Teaching recognise exceptional teaching practice by individuals across the University.
The Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Teaching serve to:
- recognise and reward teaching excellence;
- encourage teaching excellence through this recognition;
- ensure staff development activities; and
- promote to both the Flinders and outside community that we are proud of our academic staff and that they perform to national and international standards.
These awards are made to teams of staff (headed by an academic) and/or to individual academic staff.
Each winner (either team or individual) is presented with a Certificate of Excellence in Teaching and receive a prize of $5000 to be used to further enhance teaching excellence within the university.
2012 Award Winners
Congratulations to this year's award winners.
For the creation and development of the broad suite of festival and events programs in Tourism and for his innovation and sustained teaching excellence in those programs leading to industry-ready graduates.
For excellence in teaching in Screen and Media, through meticulous scaffolding of concepts and the implementation of innovative, formative assessment and group-oriented learning activities.
For teaching that encourages students to problem solve and engage in student collaboration, and for teaching statistics within the wider context of the research process through individually-tailored problem solving assessments and topic materials that teach statistics in context.
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