2011 Achievements and Teaching Awards

Semester 2 2011

2011 semester 2 achievements


Semester 1 2011

2011 Achievements
2011 Team Awards


2011 Semester 1 Achievements

College of Business: Certificate of Achievement for Teaching Excellence

Liz Eades

Liz Eades

Vocational Education

For commitment to engaging students and contributing to their work-readiness by designing learning and assessment practices that are set in the WIL context.

Terry Hallahan

Terrence Hallahan

School of Economics, Finance and Marketing

For outstanding work in developing students’ behavioural capabilities around soft skills within the Master of Finance Program, to meet clearly expressed industry requirements.

Claude Marasco

Claude Marasco

Vocational Education

For effective design of a meaningful, contextualised assessment experience for accounting students through a simulated work-place, cross-program teaching initiative.

Hazel Sims

Hazel Sims

Vocational Education

For developing industry and community relevant learning experiences for students through action learning projects that cultivate students’ work readiness, critical thinking and social responsibility.

Carol Tan

Caroline Tan

School of Management

For constructing a novel approach to improving student learning across the entrepreneurship program that incorporates interactive learning activities, personal stories, key industry speakers and technology

Monica Tan

Monica Tan

School of Economics, Finance and Marketing

For promoting self-motivated, independent learning, uniquely supported by assessment which engages students, opens up dialogue through progressive feedback, and enriches students’ self-identify and community ties.

Ian Woodruff

Ian Woodruff

School of Management

For innovation in the design, delivery and evaluation of locally-sensitive and globally-relevant learning resources in the field of leadership and management.

Foula Kopanidis

Foula Kopanidis

School of Economics, Finance and Marketing

For sustained commitment to fostering inclusive learning and teaching, which engages the diversity of individual learners in Marketing, and enhances their personal and academic success

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Team Awards

Kathy HenschkeVic Kamay, Patrick Poppins, David Mackay, Richard Hogg, Tim Bradshaw

School of Business Information Technology and Logistics

Kathy Henschkes team

For excellence in its team-based approach to WIL that integrates individual, social and contextual dimensions of a student’s learning and professional formation.

Paul Myers, Daryll Cahill, Sonia Magdziarz, Joan Pagonis, Meredith Tharapos, Lila Kemlo

School of Accounting and Academic Development Group

Paul Myers team

For the innovative use of final-year students as teaching assistants to provide both academic and social support to large classes

Robyn Lang, Andrew Webster, Robert Sheen

Vocational Education

Robyn Lang Team

For developing and implementing an effective program for an industry partner which met the demand for high quality, contextualised, legal service training for their staff.

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