While maintaining productivity and motivation in your everyday tasks, you may feel at times like your teaching efforts go unannounced. But you need to be reminded that your work is acknowledged and more often than not inspires others. Below we will hear from Professor John Croucher (pictured above receiving the award at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, from Senator Scott Ryan), the 2013 recipient of the now Australian University Teacher of the Year (AAUT). Continue reading Australian Awards for University Teaching
This year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching awards will recognise, reward and celebrate the efforts of individuals and teams who make outstanding contributions to learning and teaching and improve the quality of student engagement, experience and learning outcomes.
Three categories are open to both academic and professional staff in 2017. Continue reading 2017 Vice-Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards – NOW OPEN
Let’s celebrate some of our colleagues’ achievements, who have been recognised for their work in learning and teaching.
As educators, we have an influential role in the lives of so many. Everyone remembers that one teacher, lecturer or tutor who sparked a passion in them, bolstered and believed in them or who became a role model.
As a student teacher on a prac, one of my supervisors said ‘Congratulations, you have entered one of the oldest and most noble professions. Don’t ever forget that you are shaping the future, each day.’
It is a great reminder of how important learning and teaching is, and the work we do with students today will affect them and the greater world for years to come.
Australian Psychological Society Psychology Teacher of The Year (Macquarie University)
Congratulations Wayne Warburton! This is an award voted by students and is the second year running that Wayne has won.
2, yes 2 out 3 Vice Chancellor Awards
- Congratulations to Jean Brick – VC Award for Teaching Excellence
- The Organisational Psychology Team – VC Award for Programs that Enhance Learning
Prof Barbara Griffin, Prof Mark Wiggins, Dr Monique Crane, Dr Ben Searle, Ms Linda Yeomans, Dr Mel Taylor, Dr Jaime Auton, and Dr Jennifer Barbour
2 out of 3 inaugural Teche Awards
Congratulations to Rebecca Ritchie (yes, feels weird congratulating myself).
- People’s Choice (Best post) for Brave Girl, Transgender Teen,
- and Post with the most impact, Why we need dogs at work at Macquarie
Calling all Teche readers. On behalf of the Learning and Innovation Hub and the Teche Editorial Team, we would like to introduce to you all….(drumroll please)….. The 2016 Teche Awards!
We are asking you, the Teche community to pick the winners, it’s your vote (for the People’s Choice awards, that is).
The Teche blog has had 191 posts in the last year, a whopping 7233 views during August and an outstanding 585 views on the 25th August. For that, we would like to reward your efforts!
The winners will be announced at the Vice Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards on Monday, October 24th.
The categories are:
The Post with the Most Impact
The Learning and Teaching People’s Choice
The Overall People’s Choice
So dear reader, cast your vote here!
Voting closes on the 24th September.
How do you go from being a gamification sceptic to having to call a student ‘Ramses Niblick the Third Kerplunk Kerplunk, Oops Where’s My Thribble’ as part of a class game you’ve designed? Oh, and winning a $50,000 Optus Future Makers prize? You tell us, Dr Rowan Tulloch…
The ACODE and Pearson Award for Innovation in Technology Enhanced Learning seeks to recognise tertiary educators and staff who have harnessed the power of technology to positively impact students’ learning outcomes, through innovative projects and practice or initiatives which have significantly enhanced an organisation’s Technology Enhanced Learning capabilities.
Andrea Chareunsy, convenor of ECON381 (Current issues in Economics) and winner of the Faculty of Business and Economics Dean’s Awards for Curriculum Innovation joins us in Episode 3 of the 4 part series. Previous posts on Program Leadership: Lawrence Ang and Curriculum Innovation: Steve Erichsen can be found here too.
Congratulations goes to the following award winners for their outstanding contributions to innovative and quality learning and teaching, using new pedagogical models and technology to inspire, motivate and engage students with their learning experience:
The Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Learning and Teaching is very happy to welcome two new staff: Yanru Ouyang and Asimo Krizan, who have commenced in the role of Learning & Teaching Grants and Awards Project Officer.
Congratulations to three of our very best sessional staff who have been recognised in the inaugural Tutoring Induction Program Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. How do Chi Lo, Anthony Winning, and Kate Hardwick engage students in their classrooms through innovative and impactful practices? Continue reading Celebrating sessional teaching excellence at Macquarie