Susannah is a Sessional Academic in the School of Design and Art at Curtin University where she teaches in the Digital Design Program. She holds a Bachelor of Media Arts from UniSA, a Graduate Diploma in Education from QUT and a Cert IV in training and assessment for adult learners. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Curtin University (expected completion Dec, 2015) which focuses on collaborative approaches to video game production with remote Indigenous Australian communities. She is a qualified and experienced teacher/facilitator of both primary and adult learning.
Her research interests are around video games for social good, collaborative approaches to video game development across cultural/social divides, and the potential of video games to share knowledges and bridge epistemic gaps.
-Australian College of Educators
2015 – Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) – Currently Undertaking.
Creative Production and exegesis on the use of video games in remote Indigenous education
2013 – Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Adult Learning Sustainable Australian Vocational Education.
2012 – Graduate Diploma in Education
Queensland University of Technology
2010 – Bachelor of Media Arts (Interactive Multimedia)
University of South Australia