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Michelle Somerton, PhD

Assistant Professor

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20152019
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Education/Academic qualification

University of Tasmania

Mar 1 2012Mar 18 2016

University of Tasmania

Mar 1 2013Mar 1 2014

University of Tasmania

Jul 10 2009Dec 10 2011

External positions

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Kazakhstan Social Sciences
Students Medicine & Life Sciences
Allied Health Personnel Medicine & Life Sciences
Autistic Disorder Medicine & Life Sciences
education Social Sciences
Parents Medicine & Life Sciences
school Social Sciences
inclusion Social Sciences

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Research Output 2015 2019

Allied Health Personnel
Parents
Students
Autistic Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Kazakhstan
inclusion
resource
resources
school
Autistic Disorder
Reading
Teaching
Students
Technology

Facilitating inclusive teaching and learning spaces through digital education technology: A case of postgraduate students and faculty in Kazakhstan

Somerton, M. & Makoelle, T., 2018, Educational and Social Dimensions of Digital Transformation in Organizations. Peres, P., Moreira, F. & Mesquita, A. (eds.). Portugal: IGI Global Publishing, p. 43-64 21 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Kazakhstan
Teaching
learning
education
student

Prizes

Awarded Elite Scholarship (Doctor of Philosophy)

Michelle Somerton (Recipient), Mar 2012

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Teaching Award

Michelle Somerton (Recipient), Jul 1 2017

Prize: Other distinction

Teaching

Teaching Award

Michelle Somerton (Recipient), Jul 1 2018

Prize: Other distinction

Teaching