Carolyn Mison-Smith

Lecturer, Tertiary Enabling Program

I joined the School of Academic Language and Learning (SALL) in 2013 having spent the six years immediately prior with the Information Communication and Technology Learning unit in the Department of Education, Northern Territory Government, and in Singapore as the Director of Studies for the Hawthorn Singapore English Language Centre. 

I have a background in language teaching and studied literature as an international student with the University of Indonesia, Jakarta. My interest in digital technologies emerged in South Korea whilst teaching English with the Samsung Human Resource Development Centre. I currently teach Computing for Tertiary Studies in the Tertiary Enabling Program and am undertaking PhD studies part-time.

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Qualifications

BA (Hons) Indonesian and English Literature (LaTrobe)
Postgraduate Diploma Education (Sec.) LOTE and English (LaTrobe)
Postgraduate Certificate TESOL (Holmesglen)
Masters in Professional Education & Training (MPET): Open and Distance Education (Deakin)
PhD candidate, Education (Charles Darwin)

Areas of teaching expertise

My current teaching expertise is in academic language and learning preparation through Information and Communication Technologies.

My specific interests include perceptions of literacy, particularly academic and digital literacies in post-compulsory education; how notions of capability are interpreted/constructed; the benefit of semi-formal cross-cultural learning experiences for the international student.

Contacts

T: 08 8946 7598
E: carolyn.mison-smith@cdu.edu.au

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School of Academic Language and Learning
Casuarina Campus
Charles Darwin University
Darwin NT, 0909