CEI announces Teaching Development Grant recipients

The Centre for Education and Innovation is pleased to announce the seven successful recipients for 2022 Teaching Development Grants.

Teaching Development Grants are designed to support scholarship of learning and teaching, program and curriculum initiatives, and innovation in higher education learning and teaching. The grants are intended to enhance student learning at the university. Each funded project is to be completed throughout 2023 with outcomes disseminated to the ACU community in 2024.

The Centre for Education and Innovation with the Awards and Grants Assessment Group wish to congratulate the following grantees:

Project lead: Dr Belinda Bilney
Team members: Dr Tribikram Thapa, Dr Natalie Berg
Project title: “Learning is best when it is shared”: Do videoed case scenarios support interprofessional learning in a second-year allied health neuroscience unit?

Project lead: Dr Kate Highfield
Team members: Professor Marina Papic, Dr Gretchen Geng, Dr Victoria Minson, Dr Shane Byrne, Dr Marie White
Project title: Expanding virtual horizons: Virtual Reality in teacher education

Project lead: Dr Jenny Martin
Team members: Professor Sara Bayes, A/Prof Alison Owens, A/Prof Robyn Bentley-Williams, Dr Paul Tofari, Dr Nicola Brown, Dr Ben Mountford, Dr Ellen Warne
Project title: Expanding new supervisor capability in scholarly teaching and learning

Project lead: Natalie Roche
Team members: A/Prof Laura Miller, Dr Gabriella Sharpe, Katherine Cooper, Dr Maria Constantinou
Project title: Allied Health virtual international student placement experience

Project lead: Dr Gareth Wearne
Team members: A/Prof Gil Davis, Aleksandra Belevska
Project title: Supporting digital access in archaeology by students with visual impairments

Project lead: Dr Jason Wong
Team members: Dr Taren Sanders, Dr Natalie Lander
Project title: Empowering pre-service teachers with evidence-based teaching strategies through Active Schools trial

Project lead: Dr Gillian Schroeter
Team members: Dr Zuzanka Kutena, Amber Jones, Chris Barker, Faustin Epeabaka, Wahibe Moussa, Chris Duncan
Project title: Indigenous Knowledges in Initial Teacher Education (ITE)

Congratulations on your success; we wish you all the best with your projects.

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