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Dr. Loraine Dale Cook Senior Lecturer FHE - School of Education Contact U.W.I
Dr. Debra Sharon Ferdinand-James Educational Technologist School of Education Online Teaching , Workforce Education , Blended Learning , Academic Supporting Strategies , Mixed Methods Contact U.W.I
Mrs. Pauline Anderson-Johnson Evidence-based Practice Contact U.W.I
Dr. Michael Godwin Jerome De Lisle Lecturer School of Education Achievement inequalities in large scale assessments , mixed and multiple methods , system reform and school improvement Contact U.W.I
Dr. Krishna Seunarinesingh Lecturer School of Education Writing Teacher Education Contact U.W.I
Dr. Ezra Kaahwa Mugisa FST - Computing Software security , Requirement engineering , Software modelling , eLearning , Component-based software engineering , Software certification and Formal methods Contact U.W.I
Dr. Madgerie Jameson-Charles Lecturer School of Education Youth development , TVET , Making Transitions , Learning and Instruction in Higher Education , Assessment , Workforce Development , Adult Education , The Mature Learner Contact U.W.I
Dr. Vimala Judy Kamalodeen Lecturer School of Education Teacher Education , Educational Technology , International Education Contact U.W.I
Ms. Sharmila Nisha Harry Lecturer - Curriculum & Teacher Education School of Education Curriculum change/ innovation and implementation , education reform , types of talk in the classroom , qualitative research methods , postcolonial theory , cross-disciplinary studies (education and literature) Contact U.W.I
Ms. Stacey Marguerite Edwards Administrative Officer - Education & Outreach Seismic Research Center The development of inquiry-based methods for teaching geoscience and the investigation of how these can be incorporated in Eastern Caribbean schools where financial and human resources are often limited. Contact U.W.I