Emma Scott

Senior Project Lead, Youth and Families
(Australia New Zealand)

Emma leads our education projects in Australia, working in partnership with sectors and schools to design challenging, inspiring learning experiences so that learners can reach their full potential in a rapidly changing world. Emma supports educators to form communities of practice, employ user-centred research methods in order to learn more about the lives of young people, and explore design thinking and rapid prototyping to generate new innovations that respond to the needs of all learners.

Recently Emma has been collaborating with a large early learning provider to design strategies for testing and scaling promising new practices that have the ability to radically improve the lives and learning outcomes of young children.

Prior to joining Innovation Unit, Emma worked at the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) where she led the Learning Frontiers initiative, a partnership between AITSL and Innovation Unit which brought schools from across Australia together to collaboratively redesign practices so that learning and schooling is more engaging and meaningful for young people.