PhD (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Education (Hons 1) (Griffith University)
Dr Carly Lassig is a Lecturer in the QUT Faculty of Education with a passion for social justice, equity, and inclusion. Her research and teaching interests include: inclusive education, disability, differentiation, Universal Design for Learning, gifted education, and creativity.
Carly’s PhD, “Perceiving and pursuing novelty: A grounded theory of adolescent creativity” used grounded theory methodology to research student voice in relation to young people’s experiences of creativity within and beyond the school environment.
Carly’s background is as a primary and middle years teacher, having taught nationally and internationally. She also worked with Independent Schools Queensland to lead schools in implementing the Australian Curriculum. Carly conducts professional development for schools and higher education institutions in the areas of differentiation, Universal Design for Learning, and gifted education. She is on the editorial board of the Australasian Journal of Gifted Education.