Dr Ingrid Scholten

Senior Lecturer

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Sturt North
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia
A fundamental aim of higher education is to produce graduates who can reason independently, efficiently and effectively through various situations. Dr. Scholten's teaching, associated scholarship and creative endeavours reflect an interest in collective approaches to learning and teaching and enthusiasm for promoting student understanding. In producing esteemed educational materials, including new curricula, Dr. Scholten has encouraged communication and collaboration between teachers and learners at local, national and international levels. Dialogue and co-operation drive her approach to educational development; strong personal attributes that contribute to satisfactory completion of projects include a desire to strive for excellence and a diligent approach to all undertakings.

Ed.D., M.Sc; Grad. Dip. Health Ed; Grad. Cert. Tertiary Ed; Dip. Speech Therapy

Honours, awards and grants
College of Distinguished Educators, Flinders University, since 2009
ALTC Citation: For sustained distinction in creating innovative, integrated learning opportunities to construct and enliven an outcomes-based speech pathology curriculum, thereby enhancing the student experience, 2009
Carrick Institute's Citation: For inspiring student learning in speech pathology through the development and implementation of interactive computer technologies (ICT) and other innovative approaches to teaching, 2006 (with Alison Russell and Paul McCormack)
Elinor Wray Award: For Service to the Profession, Speech Pathology Australia, 2005
Bronze Award, The Dynamic Swallow, Adelaide Art Directors Club, Interactive multimedia, 1999 (an interactive CD-ROM (designed to help users develop an internal visual model of the normal swallowing process. Incorporates diagrams, animations, and case-based video of instrumental examinations of swallowing (with Alison Russell)
Best Large Project, The Dynamic Swallow, ASCILITE (Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education), 1998
Finalist, inaugural Australian Awards for University Teaching, 1997
Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University of South Australia, 1997
National Health and Medical Research Council Public Health (Travelling) Fellowship, 1990-1991
Key responsibilities
Curriculum development coordinator: Master of Speech Pathology (2004-2006); Bachelor of Speech Pathology (2010)
Topic coordinator
SPTH9123 Professional Studies and Communication Sciences 2
SPTH9124 Professional Studies and Communication Sciences 3
SPTH2905 Professional Studies and Communication Sciences 1B (Motor Speech Disorders)
Topic lecturer
SPTH2906 Professional Studies and Communication Sciences 2B (Voice and Swallowing)
SPTH2908 Clinical Skills and Practice 2B (Voice and Swallowing)
SPTH2907 Clinical Skills and Practice 1B (Motor Speech Disorders)
Supervisory interests
Motor re-learning
Student learning, evaluation
Swallowing disorders
Higher degree by research supervision
Principal supervisor: Fluid intake, hydration and health status of stroke inpatients with and without dysphagia (1)
Associate supervisor: Swallowing Disorders (1)
Principal supervisor: Communication between severely aphasic adults and carers: An early intervention (1)
Associate supervisor: A Scintigraphic study of salivary aspiration in normal adults (1), Learning professonal ethical practice: The speech pathology experience (1), New directions in the diagnostic assessment of swallowing disorders in children (1), Bilingual aphasia (1)
Higher degree by research student achievements
Anna Correll

Roger Rees Community Rehabilitation Prize on Brain Injury and Neurological Impairment - DEC 2007

Jo Murray

Central Northern Adelaide Health Service CEO Fellowship 2010 -

Jo Murray

Speech Pathology Australia Post-Graduate Research Grant 2012 -

Jo Murray

National Stroke Foundation Clinical Research Development Award 2012 -