Eleven comes from seven higher level establishments were proclaimed as Awardees at the inaugural DELTA (Disciplinary Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Assessment) awards in Irish capital this night (Wednesday twenty first March).
The awards were given by the Minister for educational activity, Madonna Mitchell O’Connor, T.D. for comes that incontestible outstanding commitment to enriching teaching and learning in their disciplines and making ready graduates for the operating world. The DELTA awards ar organized by the National Forum for the sweetening of Teaching and Learning in educational activity.
Dublin Institute of Technology won 3 DELTA awards within the areas of Health, Sciences and cordial reception, University of Limerick won 3 awards within the areas of Law and Health. Cork Institute of Technology, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Irish Free State dressing Institute of Technology, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, style and Technology and University faculty Irish capital every won one award within the areas of Arts, Business, Engineering/Construction, Science and scientific discipline. All winning comes ar listed below.
Prof Sarah Moore, Chair of the National Forum for the sweetening of Teaching and Learning same, “We ar delighted to be hosting the DELTA awards, highlight project groups that have had an excellent impact on teaching and learning in educational activity. The Awards additionally recognise the importance of discipline leadership and celebrate the experience and commitment that characterises exceptional teaching.”