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Emma Marshall

  • BA Grad Dip Ed
  • Research Associate
  • New Learning Environments - Rubida Research
  • 3Followers
  • 3Following

Research interests

Learning environments and space planning for a lifelong learning trajectory.

About

Emma is a graduate in arts and education with experience in teaching in government and independent secondary schools in Adelaide, Australia. Through her experience in teaching she has developed a high awareness of school culture and learner diversity resulting in a passion for the creation of quality learning experiences for the entire learning community. Emma now brings this passion to her role as an educational planner and researcher with Rubida Research in Sydney, Australia. Since joining Rubida in 2007, under the guidance of Dr Kenn Fisher, Emma has consulted on universities, vocational training centres, schools and regional developments across 4 states in Australia and Internationally (New Zealand, Malaysia) and has contributed to a number of publications. Emma was instrumental in the creation of a professional learning module for the Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership in Victoria and aided the establishment of a research centre for Learning Environments within the University of Melbourne. Emma has also been involved in the development of a Learning City Strategy for the City of Dandenong and the associated development of its community library. Recent projects include educational planning consultation and documentation for the Broadmeadows Regeneration Project (Melbourne, Australia), Gungahlin Senior College (Canberra, Australia), University of Western Australia Facilities Audit (Perth, Australia) and Bank Negara Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia).

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Professional experience

Research Associate

New Learning Environments - Rubida Research

June 2007 - Present

Teacher

Prince Alfred College

January 2006 - June 2007(a year)

Teacher

Marymount College

January 2005 - December 2005(a year)

Education

Bachelor of Arts

Flinders University of South Australia

Graduate Diploma Education

The University of Adelaide