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Researcher: Rudling, E (Dr Emily Rudling)

Fields of Research

Teacher and student wellbeing
Sociology of education
Asian cultural studies
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student engagement and teaching
Education policy
Inclusive education
Work integrated learning (incl. internships)
Teacher education and professional development of educators
Higher education

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in education
Equity and access to education
Other culture and society
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education engagement and attendance outcomes
Teacher and instructor development
Policies and development
Other education and training
Higher education
Management, resources and leadership

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Asia Literacy in Australian Schools and the Move Toward Broader Intercultural Understanding; Oxford Research Encyclopedias
China's Angry River: Are The Subaltern Speaking?; Virginia Review of Asian Studies
China's Angry River: Are the Subaltern Speaking?; Virgina Review of Asian Studies
Connection, connectivity and choice: learning during COVID-19 restrictions across mainstream schools and Flexible Learning Programmes in Australia; Australian Journal of Social Issues
Connection, connectivity, and choice: Learning during COVID-19 restrictions across mainstream schools and Flexible Learning Programs in Australia
Impact Evaluation of the Teacher Internship Placement Program: Final Report
Impact of Department of Education staff completing the Graduate Certificate of Inclusive Education
Improving the outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students within Catholic Education Tasmania
Improving the outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students within Catholic Education Tasmania: literature review
Is Tasmania ready to take on the Asian Century?
Supporting casual teaching staff in the Australian neoliberal university: A collaborative approach; Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching
Supporting casual teaching staff: a collaborative approach; Tasmania School of Medicine Presentation
Tasmanian 'Asia literacy'? Decentring national approaches for 'engaging' with Asia
The casual staff who do 80% of undergrad teaching need more support — here’s a way unis can help
Uneven impacts of COVID-19 on the attendance rates of secondary school students from different socioeconomic backgrounds in Australia: a quasi-experimental analysis of administrative data; Australian Journal of Social Issues

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision