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Participation in extracurricular activities by students attending assisted and prestige schools in Trinidad
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2004)
Participation in 19 extra-curricular activities was investigated in 1,312 secondary school students attending assisted and/or prestige schools in Trinidad. The sample was 60 percent male, 21 percent African descent, 41 ...
Career Development: Factors Influencing the Vocational Interests of Secondary School Students at the Prestige High School
This study investigated the vocational/work-related interests of 158 fourth- and fifth-form students (90 males and 68 females) at a secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago. It used a census approach to evaluate the ...
Desempenho de escolares com distúrbio específico de leitura em programa de remediação.
BACKGROUND: Specific reading disability is caused by disruptions in the language abilities. AIM: To characterize the neurological, cognitive and phonological performances of scholars with specific reading disabilities pre ...
Female Students’ Perception of Pursuing a Career in Electrical and Electronic Technology
This study explored the degree to which female students at a secondary school in South Trinidad perceived Electrical and Electronic Technology (EET) as a viable discipline, and also sought to identify their concerns with ...
'Racialised facilitative capital' and the paving of differential paths to achievement of Afro-Trinidadian boys [PowerPoint presentation]
Interrogating the achievement of Afro-Trinidadian boys requires a theoretical approach that appreciates both structures of race and their embodiment in daily discourse, and the postcolonial non-white majority context of ...
Conhecimento de estudantes de medicina sobre o processo de doacção de córneas
Purpose: To compare knowledge of medical students about the cornea donation process among those who already studied Ophthalmology and the others. Methods: A questionnaire containing data as: age, sex, graduation year, and ...