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SCS Award for Distinguished Teaching (Winter 2020)

Every year at Spring Convocation, the School of Continuing Studies honours one or more of its instructors with an Award for Distinguished Teaching. The School presented its first Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1993. Our goal was, and remains, to recognize teachers who embody the highest attributes of the teaching profession.
 

For this award, the School wishes to honour teachers who

 

  • motivate, stimulate, and inspire their students;
  • value and build on their students’ existing knowledge and competencies;
  • are passionate about supporting students’ learning;
  • are responsive to requests for guidance;
  • help students develop autonomy in the learning process;
  • provide encouragement and a sense of accomplishment notwithstanding the difficulty of any given assignment or course;
  • consistently demonstrate their currency and expertise in the subject matter or field;
  • present material in compelling or innovative ways;
  • relate course content to learners’ experiences outside the classroom;
  • inspire students to commit themselves to becoming life-long learners;
  • foster an inclusive learning environment; and
  • are at all times professional and respectful.

 

 

The School relies on students like you to identify teachers who exemplify these qualities and values.

 

 

 

Nominations are now being accepted

for instructors who taught courses in the Winter 2020 semester.

 

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT A NOMINATION: Friday, August 21, 2020

 

 

1. Eligibility to Nominate

 

 

(a) Nominations are accepted from students who completed courses in the Winter 2020 semester:

 

(b) Students may nominate only one instructor.

 

 

2. Eligibility of Nominees

 

(a) Nominees must have taught one or more courses administered by the School of Continuing Studies in the Winter 2020 semester.

 

(b) Nominees may be either full-time Faculty Lecturers, part-time Course Lecturers, or Academic Associates with teaching responsibilities.

 

(c) Nominees must have been teaching at the School of Continuing Studies for a minimum of three (3) years.

 

(d) An instructor who has received the award in the last five (5) years is NOT ELIGIBLE for the award (see the list of previous winners below).

 

 

3. Nomination Procedure

 

(a) Nominations must be presented in the format described below and sent as an email attachment to scsteachingaward [at] mcgill.ca by Friday, August 21, 2020. Please put “SCS Teaching Award Winter 2020” in the subject line.

 

(a) The following information must be provided:

 

  • name of instructor;
  • subject code and title of course;
  • semester in which the course was offered;
  • nominating student’s name, McGill ID number, and McGill email address; and
  • a written statement of no more than 250 words providing reasons for the nomination.

Past Recipients of the Award for Distinguished Teaching

2020

Robert William Abbott

Katherine Marie Malo

2019

Dr. Diane Dechief

Jeffrey Sacksner

2018

Dr. Zachary Abram

Georges Bryson 

2017

Helle-Mai Lenk
Joseph N. Armanious

2016

Bruce Manson

2015

Andrew Churchill
Erin Reid
Robert Saggers

2014

Carolyn Samuel
Leanna Turner
Chantal Westgate

2013

Jocelyne Philie
Maria Eduarda Nunes

2012

Manon Gadbois
Leo Kerklaan

2011

Raad Jassim
Dr. Eric Dupont

2010  Julia Mercuri-Albisi

Grant Brown

2009

Zina Suissa
Bruce Manson

2008

Lloyd Bartlett
Dr. Daniel Zamorano

2007

Tomasz Maciej Kiczka

2006

Kenneth Matziorinis

2005

Ina Diéguez

2004

Sharron Dorothy Wall

2003

Amparo Garavito

2002

Charles Roth

2001

Latchmy Narine

2000

Wajeeh Elali
Marie Melenca

1999

Marie-Claude Beauchamp

1998

Sheldon Deitcher

1997

Margaret Kumor-Wysocka

1996

Joyce Cunningham

1995

Kevin Callahan

1994

Manuel Mendonça

1993

Arshad Ahmad
Ronald Charow
Edward Heft
Kenneth Matziorinis
Craig Morrison
Maria Nunes
Charles Roth
Jeffrey Schwartz
Vasu Seshadri
Albert Teitlebaum

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