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Valued Lecturers of 2020 at Tallinn University

Tallinn University recognises those who are science-based in teaching, create a collaborative environment, support the development of students and treat them with respect as well as share their teaching practices with their colleagues.

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This year, the title "I Change Learning" was awarded to research fellow at the School of Governance, Law And Society Tiina Tambaum, lecturer at the School of Humanities Merilin Aruvee, visiting lecturer at Haapsalu College Laura Hein, lecturer at the School of Educational Sciences Halliki Põlda, lecturer at the School of Digital Technologies Kairi Osula, early stage researcher at the Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School Michael-Andrew Keerdo-Dawson and teaching track associate professor at the School of Natural Sciences and Health Eda Heinla

Professor at the School of Governance, Law And Society Merike Sisask, teaching track associate professor at the School of Humanities Carlo Cubero Irizarry and teaching track associate professor at the School of Educational Sciences Maire Tuul were recognised as outstanding supervisors.

Ketlin Ruukel-Ikkonen from the School of Educational Sciences, lecturer at the School of Digital Technologies Anna Šeletski, professor at the at the Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School Anastassia Zabrodskaja and teaching track associate professor at the School of Natural Sciences and Health Ene Lind were recognised as remarkable study programme administrators. 

Leen Rahnu, research fellow at the School of Governance, Law And Society and Silvi Metsar, lecturer at the School of Digital Technologies were recognised as outstanding creators of partnerships of the study programmes and Meidi Sirk, lecturer at the School of Educational Sciences, was recognised for efforts regarding international relationships.

In the educational innovation category, the university acknowledged early stage researcher at the School of Educational Sciences Jaanika Leoste.

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