Monash Criminology’s Dr Asher Flynn and Dr Mary Iliadis have been awarded the 2017 Faculty of Arts Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for innovative and sustained contributions to teaching and supporting students in Criminology, and for fostering a sense of ownership, independence and engagement in student learning.
Asher Flynn and Mary Iliadis have worked as a dynamic teaching team since 2014, tutoring, lecturing and coordinating four units, including ATS2469: Victims, Justice & the Law – which received a SETU in the top 8.91% of all units offered at Monash University. Together, they have impacted upon the learning experiences of approximately 900 students. Drawing on their belief that quality teaching requires students to engage with, and take ownership of, their knowledge, Asher and Mary deliver passionate and enthusiastic teaching, priding themselves on their approachability and the quality in-depth feedback they provide on formative and summative assessments. They strive to create innovative ways to inspire students to connect with learning, developing contemporary assessments and integrating real-world experiences into lectures, tutorials and activities.
Asher and Mary have also been nominated for the 2018 Vice-Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning. Watch this space!