BSpThy, PhD Qld.

Dr Anne Hill is a Lecturer in a teaching-focussed position and Master of Speech Pathology Studies Program Coordinator in the discipline of Speech Pathology at UQ. She has been teaching into academic courses since 2005 with her specialty areas of teaching including paediatric speech disorders, preparation for professional practice, and teaching within clinical contexts. She has received consistently high student evaluations over the last 10 years with students enjoying her enthusiasm for course content, her respect for students as individual learners, and her capacity to highlight theoretical concepts by drawing on extensive clinical experience. Her research program is embedded within teaching and learning practice and has a particular focus on models of clinical education which provide authentic and powerful learning experiences for students. Anne maintains collaborations with a learning community of academics interested in scholarship of teaching, and chairs a UQ SHRS committee and an international collaborative for educators. She participates in interprofessional and cross-institutional research focussed on teaching and learning and is currently leading a national project to investigate student learning outcomes associated with the embedding of simulation into clinical programs.

 

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