Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Awards and Grants

Faculty of Education Teaching Awards 2010 and onwards.

ALTC/OLT Citations

2014

Dr Amy MacDonald, School of Education
Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for 2013, for "approaches to mathematics education at a distance which inspire early childhood educators to engage with mathematics"

 2013

Inclusive Education Team: Professor Alan Bain, Ms Lucia Zundans-Fraser, Dr Sarah McDonagh, Ms Julie Lancaster, Mr Gregory Auhl and Ms Catherine Newell, School of Teacher Education
for sustained commitment to capacity building, change agency and bringing research to scale through evidence-based approaches to educational design, learning and teaching in Inclusive Education.

Dr Christine Edwards-Groves and Ms Rhonda Hoare, School of Education
for program innovation demonstrating commitment to sustainable quality teaching practices among Education students through learning about, practising and integrating theories of 'dialogic pedagogies' in schools.

2012

Dr Noella Mackenzie, School of Education
for sustained quality in effectively integrating on campus classes, field experiences and technologies to promote students' understandings and use of contemporary literacies.

Dr Andrew Wallace, School of Education
for a career marked by research-based, dynamic student-centred learning approaches, that promotes passion and commitment for History and Environmental Sustainability amongst student teachers.

Ms Lucia Zundans-Fraser, School of Teacher Education
for sustained teaching expertise in inclusive education and child development that engages, challenges and inspires student learning.

2011

Associate Professor Barney Dalgarno, School of Education
for academic leadership, staff development and the scholarship of learning and teaching in higher education.

Vice Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence

2013

Dr Jenni Munday, School of Education

Faculty of Education Citations

2014

Angela Fenton, School of Education,
for inspiring pre-service teachers to engage with complex issues of child protection and development using an innovative Strengths Approach  to teaching and learning.

Pamela Gibbons, Jae Major, & Margaret Hamilton, Faculty Office and School of Teacher Education,
for enhancing student experience and building intercultural competence through provision of supported, quality learning and teaching experiences in international mobility programs.

2013

Amy MacDonald, School of Education
for approaches to mathematics education at a distance which inspire early childhood educators to engage with mathematics.

2012

Christine Edwards-Groves and Rhonda Hoare, School of Education
for program innovation demonstrating commitment to developing quality teaching practices among Bachelor of Education students through learning about and practising 'dialogic pedagogies' in school settings.

Angela Hennessey, School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health
for sustained enthusiasm and commitment to developing blended learning opportunities in Primary PDHPE curriculum that engage and inspire student learning on multiple campuses.

Jacquie Tinkler, School of Education
for sustained commitment to subject development for the engagement and support of distance education students using online technologies.

Lucie Zundans-Fraser, Sarah McDonagh, Julie Lancaster, Gregory Auhl and Catherine Newell School of Teacher Education
for sustained commitment to capacity building and bringing research to scale through evidence-based approaches to educational design, learning and teaching in Inclusive Education.

2011

No faculty citations awarded

2010

Bev Moriarty, School of Teacher Education