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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 ...
An exploration of the degree of congruence, of the perspectives held by teachers and their adolescent students, regarding their roles and relationships
This study provides a narrative of the perspectives and beliefs of a group of teachers and adolescent students regarding their roles and relationships, with specific reference to the classroom. Data were collected through ...
A narrative inquiry into the experiences of a gifted secondary school student with Asperger Syndrome (AS)
This narrative enquiry sought to investigate the scholastic experiences of a student diagnosed with a dual exceptionality of Asperger Syndrome (AS) and giftedness at a secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were ...
Happy Vale Secondary School – A Supportive Environment in Preventing and/or Reducing Obesity
This study investigated some factors that prevented students from participating in obesity prevention/risk reduction practices at a secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were collected through interviews with eight ...
The Secondary School Experience
(Daily Express, 2007)
This article offers insights on the secondary school experience that awaits students entering secondary school for the first time. It identifies some of the ways in which these students can maximize the benefits of this experience