|Title||Achieving Inclusive Education in the Caribbean and Beyond [electronic resource] : From Philosophy to Praxis / edited by Stacey N. J. Blackman, Dennis A. Conrad, Launcelot I. Brown|
|Imprint||Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019|
|Edition||1st ed. 2019|
|Descript||XIX, 293 p. 13 illus. online resource|
Foreword -- Review Board Page -- Introduction; Stacey N. J. Blackman, Dennis. A. Conard and Launcelot I. Brown -- Section 1: Globalized Views of Inclusion in the Caribbean: Implications for Education Policy & School Organization -- 1. Evolution of Educational Inclusion Policy Discourse in Jamaica: From Colonialism to Globalization; Nigel Brissett -- 2. The Implications of Selective Secondary Education for Inclusive Education in Barbados; Marcia Pilgrim & Garry Hornby -- 3. Quantitative Research Methods and Design for Investigating Inclusive Education in the Caribbean; Chelseaia Charran, Audrey M. Sorrells & North Cooc -- Section 2: Critical Debate on Education Exclusion and Overcoming Barriers to Participation in School -- 4. The Case of Educational Exclusion of Children in the Eastern Caribbean; Verna Knight -- 5. The Marginalization of Poor Children in the Education System of Trinidad and Tobago: Insights From International Large-Scale Assessments and a Local Study; Jerome De Lisle -- 6. Black Mixed-Race Men and the Black Monster: Challenging the Axiom of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies; Remi Joseph-Salisbury -- 7. Addressing Antisocial Behavior and Violence as Barriers to Learning: Lessons from Jamaica’s Change From Within Program; Therese Ferguson -- 8. Preparing Students for the 21st Century Through Family Engagement in Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness; Kayon Morgan -- Section 3: Decolonizing Pedagogy, Curriculum and Teacher Preparation in the Caribbean -- 9. Resetting the Instructional Culture: Constructivist Pedagogy for Learner Empowerment in the Postcolonial Context of the Caribbean; Erold Bailey -- 10. Fostering Critical Colonial Consciousness Through Queer Pedagogy; Keitha-Gail Martin-Kerr -- 11. Integrating Student Voices to Promote Inclusive Curricular Practices in Post-Colonial Education Systems in the Anglophone Caribbean; Roland Birbal and Iris Bradshaw-Hewitt -- 12. Inclusion, Critical Professionalism, and Transformative Practice; Lisa Ibrahim-Joseph & Jennifer Lavia -- Section 4: Leadership for Inclusive Education: Selected Studies from the Caribbean and USA -- 13. A North–South Dialogue on Principals’ Understanding of Advocacy for and Barriers Faced Achieving Inclusive Education; Stacey N.J. Blackman, Dennis A. Conrad, Ken Williams, & Theresa Abodeeb-Gentile -- 14. Recollections, Perspectives, and Recommendations of an Educator and a Gentleman In Memory of Ewart ‘Werty’ Taylor; Dennis A. Conrad and Launcelot I. Brown -- Conclusion: Achieving Inclusive Education: Where to Next?; Stacey N. J. Blackman, Dennis A. Conrad, and Launcelot I. Brown.
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