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Investigating teachers’ perceptions of an educational innovation: Single-sex classes in a co-educational school
This study investigated six teachers’ perceptions of the single-sex innovation at a co-educational secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were collected through interviews. The findings revealed that although most ...
Teachers’ Experiences in Implementing a Curriculum Change in One Primary School
This study explored teachers’ experiences in the implementation of the Primary Curriculum Rewrite (PCR) at a primary school in South Trinidad. Data were collected through interviews with four teachers, as well as through ...
A qualitative evaluation of the lower secondary SEMP science curriculum of Trinidad and Tobago
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2009)
Timely and systemic evaluations of educational innovations continue to be two challenges faced by education reforms in Trinidad and Tobago (TandT). This paper is, therefore, an attempt to counter this pattern by placing ...
Mathematics anxiety and the primary school teacher: An exploratory study of the relationship between mathematics anxiety, mathematics teacher efficacy, and mathematics avoidance
This study sought to clarify the relationship between mathematics anxiety, mathematics teacher efficacy, and mathematics avoidance among primary school teachers in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were collected through a ...
Get Set, Teachers
(Daily Express, 2008)
The second part of this article identifies some of the skills and strategies that teachers will need to deploy in order to fulfil their role in the development of the school system