The Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Awards
The Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Awards recognise and celebrate individual teachers, teams of teachers and professional staff who make a difference in students' learning.
Applications for the awards are open from April to July each year. Information on the Awards and information on previous winners is on the VC’s Awards site.
Highly Commended Vice Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards 2022
Dr Camilla Di-Biase Dyson (Department of History & Archaeology)
Uses highly innovative, theory-driven, even transformative methods to provide students with an exciting and enriching language learning experience.
Dr Shireen Daft (Macquarie Law School)
Keeps students invested in what is happening in the world around them, by humanising the content taught and seeking answers to improve the legal framework that applies.
Dr Ian Collinson (Department of History & Archaeology)
Employs pedagogies that promote active learning, especially small group-work, I take a student-centred approach1 that creates an environment conducive to authentic learning.
Provides students with discipline specific training and knowledge of how people lived in and understood the ancient world (L&T Strategic Framework 1.3) in an encouraging academic setting which supports and fosters students’ interest in ancient history.
Dr Doron Goldsbarsht
Developed a flipped textbook aims to revolutionise reading practice by helping students to front-load fundamental concepts before they engage in longer texts or lectures.
Associate Professor Kathleen Tait
Facilitates others to reach their potential and to appreciate the value of diversity and inclusivity through critical reflection, research, and scholarship.