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The Early Childhood Care and Education Teacher - The unsung hero of society. By Patricia Bissessar
"Issues and Perspectives in Early Childhood Development and Education in Caribbean Countries," edited by Dr. Carol Logie and Professor Jaipaul Roopnarine
Advocacy Works! - St. Dominic's Children Home
Does violent crime in the society affect classroom management?
Ensuring that persons with disabilities have access to education: A regional responsibility
Happy new year from the CREN Team!
Happy New Year!
Is your child paying attention? Inattention vs ADHD
Join the Caribbean Food Revolution!
Learning Event: Enhancing children's engagement in social and cognitive activities
National Tests and Diagnostic Feedback: What Say Teachers in Trinidad and Tobago? (Part 1)
National Tests and Diagnostic Feedback: What Say Teachers in Trinidad and Tobago? (Part 2)
New publication for practitioners in the fields of child and family development: “Childrearing Practices in the Caribbean: Lessons and Implications from a National Study in Trinidad and Tobago,” edited by Dr. Carol Logie and Dr. Jaipaul L. Roopnarine
Play and Creativity: A Spiritual Side
Pre-school teachers make a difference by engaging in tough conversations on social issues that affect young children and their families (Part One)
Pre-school teachers make a difference by engaging in tough conversations on social issues that affect young children and their families (Part Two)
The power and impact of social media
The Transition from Pre-school to Primary School
Tune in to The UWI Family Development Centre's Radio Series!
‘Enhancing Children’s Engagement in Social and Cognitive Activities’ – Interview with Professor Jaipaul Roopnarine, Professor James Johnson and Professor Michael Patte