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Monsieur Rugins received his award from Minister for Education, Training and Employment in Qld - Mr John-Paul  Langbroek.

​Inaugural MLTAQ Award for Exemplary Practice 2013 - Primary Languages Education
Monsieur Rugins was among a number of high performing Languages teachers across the state, recognised at an awards ceremony held at Brisbane City Hall on Saturday 12th October. The inaugural, exemplary practice awards, presented by State Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek on behalf of the Modern Language Teachers’ Association of Queensland (MLTAQ), celebrate effective practice as measured against National Professional Standards for Accomplished Teaching of Languages and Cultures. These include the dimensions of Educational Theory and Practice, Language Pedagogy, Language and Culture, Professional Relationships and Advocacy. Nominated by the Sunshine Coast branch of the MLTAQ on the strength of his achievements using the Accelerative Integrated Method (AIM), Monsieur Rugins was required to submit written and filmed evidence of his practice.
Awardees were required to meet the following selection criteria:
• Engages with current theories of education
• Models and promotes exemplary teaching practice and
• Utilises effective teaching practices which improve learning outcomes for all students.
View his submitted film (copyright MLTAQ) here: SEE LINK BELOW

Presentation formalities concluded, the awards evening continued with an address by University of Melbourne Professor John Hajek, who demonstrated how success and multilingualism went hand in hand at individual, national and global levels.

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