Education Testimonials

“Meredith has been a valued member of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management since 1996, and she is indeed recognised within our School as one of our outstanding teachers… I can attest to the quality of her work. I continue to receive extremely positive feedback from our students and staff on Meredith’s student-centred approach, and engaging and enthusiastic lecturing style. She continues to receive extremely high student ratings for her teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate units within the School.”

Professor Elizabeth Roberts – Head, School of Business and Tourism, Southern Cross University

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“SOY00411 Tourism Theories and Practices is a standout performer regardless of mode of delivery, location taught or the teaching staff associated with it. The reason for the unit’s success is the curriculum design that takes the converged learning concept to a higher level than is normally considered. Meredith and Jules have not only created a unit that promotes student engagement and the associated benefits of retention and student success, but have also created a unit that is robust enough to allow others to successfully teach it. This design is one the School intends to replicate in other units that are producing variable results.”

Dr John Haw – Director of Teaching and Learning, School of Business and Tourism, Southern Cross University

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“Thank you once again for allowing us to use the blueprint that you developed for MKT00905 Strategic Marketing for Destinations & Hotels. . … The Division of Teaching and Learning is very grateful for your collegial approach to unit design and development, being willing to share your practices with others as a stimulus for building good practice across the University.”

Dr Meg O’Reilly – Senior Lecturer, Division of Teaching and Learning, Southern Cross University

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“Firstly, can I congratulate you on such an impressive design and structure for this unit (SOY00411 Tourism Theories and Practices). It is great to come across a unit that so effectively implements the online design principles that we are now recommending for all sites. In particular, your online study guide is a fantastic example of how to lead students through the various topics and assessment requirements using a variety of resources with appropriate support, sign-posting and clarity.”

Dr Lachlan Forsyth – Lecturer, Division of Teaching and Learning, Southern Cross University

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