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STUDENTS' RESPONSE TO SAFETY AND SECURITY INTERVENTIONS IN SELECT JAMAICAN HIGH SCHOOLS

Nola Hill-Berry ; Genevieve Shaw


SCHOOL SAFETY AND SECURITY

Ms Sonia Graham


TEACHER IMMEDIACY RELATIONSHIP TO STUDENT ATTENTION, PARTICIPATION AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE TAUGHT SUBJECT MATTER

Godfrey A. Steele


TEACHERS' REPORT ON STUDENT'S PERSONALITY PROFILE: VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF SCHOOL-AGE TEMPERAMENT INVENTORY

Loraine D. Cook ; Sandee McClowry


INVESTIGATING ACADEMIC SELF-EFFICACY AND SCHOOL ENGAGEMENT AMONG SIXTH FORM AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS IN ST. LUCIA AND BARBADOS: THE FAMILY-SCHOOL LINKAGE

Nicora Shakera Stubbs


TRANSFORMING ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION THROUGH ANALYSIS OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

Makeda Greene


TEACHER STRESS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN ONE EDUCATION DISTRICT IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

George Gowrie; Natasha Dass; Mala Ramdass; Cyril Harripaul; Roland Birbal


THE DUBBLE BOTTOM-PRINCIPLE: INTEGRATING PEDAGOGICAL STRATEGIES IN READING IN SURINAME

Melissa Venetiaan


THE HIDDEN CURRICULUM: STEPS TOWARDS FOSTERING PEDAGOGICAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN PRE-AND IN-SERVICE TEACHERS OF ENGLISH AT THE UWI, FOR JAMAICAN/REGIONAL SECONDARY CLASSROOMS

Ms. Schontal Moore ; Dr. Yewande Lewis-Fokum


HOW PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS ACQUIRE THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS NECESSARY TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE ACADEMIC LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION FOR ENGLISH LEARNERS

Lois Harmon


THE ROLE OF INTRAPERSONAL DEVELOPMENTAL EXPERIENCES IN SHAPING URBAN YOUTH'S ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION IN AN AFTER-SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Nadia Jessop, MSE ; Dr. Phaedra Pierre


EXPERIENCE SPEAKS: A TEACHER'S EXPERIENCES OF TEACHING STUDENTS WITH AUTISM

Allison Marcelle M.Ed.; Dr. Elna Carrington Blaides


TEACHER SELF-EFFICACY AS A TRANSFORMATIVE TOOL IN THE CREATION OF THE CULTURALLY-RESPONSIVE INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM

Dr. Michelle J. McCollin


INCLUSION AS TRANSFORMATION: A PRACTICAL REALITY OR A UTOPIAN STANCE?

Tracey Little


TRANSFORMING THE POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION PROGRAMME: FIRST STEPS

Dr. Susan Herbert ; Dr. Jennifer Yamin-Ali


THE ROLE CRITICAL THEORY AND PEDAGOGY CAN PLAY IN ENHANCING, EXTENDING AND SUPPORTING GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Dr. Arlette Ingram Willis


REBUILDING IDENTITIES: BEING GOOD TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS FACING AN EXTERNALLY INDUCED REFORM

Raena Harper De-Four


UNDERGRADUATES' PERCEPTIONS OF CLICKERS

Dr. Paul Walcott


ONE TO ONE LAPTOP TECHNOLOGY, AUTHENTIC LEARNING AND STUDENTS' SCIENTIFIC IMAGINATION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF USAGE IN TOBAGO'S SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Dr. Dorian A. Barrow; Dr. Beular Mitchell


TRANSFORMING GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION THROUGH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: A MULTI-CASE STUDY OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN HIGH SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY IN TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

Jennifer Collymore; Jason Tambie