PhD Unitec, MEdLM (Hons. 2nd) Unitec, GDipHE Unitec
Entertainment Technology of New Zealand (ETNZ)
Steve has worked at Unitec since 1996 and has recently been appointed as Programme Development Partner, working within the Academic Service Centre.
In this new role, Steve works across the Institution supporting curriculum development, learning and teaching and academic quality. The role allows him to work with colleagues from a diverse range of discipline areas and to help develop exciting collaborative learning opportunities for Unitec students.
He recently completed a Doctor of Philosophy (Education) at Unitec where his research focused on the transition of staff from Industry Professional to Teaching Professional in Higher Education.
Supervised thesis projects
Shaw, Nicholas (2016). Supporting first-time middle leaders in New Zealand primary schools
Marshall, S. G. (2012). Educational middle change leaders in New Zealand: The meat in the sandwich. International Journal of Educational Management (Vol. 26 (6)).
Chen, G., Bagheai, N., Sarrafzadeh, A., Manford, C., Marshall, S., and Court, G. (2011). Designing games to educate diabetic children. OZCHI 2011 - 23rd Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Group, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Marshall, S. (2011). A living curricula: A new approach to learning and teaching. Canadian Association for University Continuing Education Conference. Toronto, Canada.
Piggot-Irvine, E., Marshall, S., and Aitken, H. (2009). The three R's of the success case model - Recruitment, response, rigour. Australasian Evaluation Society International Conference. Canberra, ACT. 3 September.
Marshall, S. (2009). Production Design New York: The September 11th Project by David Rimmer, Directed by Milton Justice. Auckland:, Unitec Department of Performing and Screen Arts. September 11, 2009.
Marshall, S. (2008). Leading change at the middle: Stories of higher education middle leaders 'success'. Unpublished Master of Education Management and Leadership. Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.