Caribbean Educators Network

An Online Network of Learners

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Welcome colleague. Thank you for joining Caribbean Educators Network. This is our very own social network. Begin by introducing yourself in the Hail Up! forum. We have very few rules for being here. The biggest one is being respectful!

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Owen is now a member of Caribbean Educators Network
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"Hi Corine, Welcome! I'm sure this environment will help us to discover a whole new wealth of educational information, even more than we can learn and imagine."
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Introductions

Started by LeRoy Hill in Hail Up!. Last reply by Louis Boxill Aug 10, 2012. 52 Replies

Greetings colleagues reply to this to introduce yourself to the network. Give an idea how you think the your involvement in this community can help with your professional growth and student learning.

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Started by Mark Minott in Research. Last reply by Bonita Hunter Aug 13, 2011. 21 Replies

Dear friends,I was just browsing the discussion section and noticed that the discussion section under research has the caption "No activity". I thought how apt, for it seems that as teachers there is…Continue

Publish that Book

Started by LeRoy Hill in Publishing. Last reply by Deborah Howell Apr 4, 2012. 19 Replies

Does anyone have a book that they will like to get published. Come get some free advice.

Globalization...What are the implications for the Caribbean Region? How can we find a meaning place in this village? Is "regionalization" the answer?

Started by Shevonne Lowe in Teacher's Lounge - Cafe Central. Last reply by Shevonne Lowe Aug 29, 2009. 14 Replies

Studies in the science of Sociology has made me take a closer look at the issue of globalisation and its effects on the Caribbean Region. However, of primary concern to me, is the fact that some…Continue

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Ethics in Business - Short-term vs Long-term

Posted by Jennifer Prince on June 22, 2015 at 8:30 0 Comments

Many individuals and businesses spend too much time concentrating on the short-term benefits of particular actions and ignoring the long-term consequences of those actions.  Ethics concern an individual's moral judgements about right and…

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Caribbean Education - Making it Count

Posted by Dana-Marie Seepersad on March 17, 2015 at 11:46 0 Comments

As educators how can we ensure that our students are afforded a quality education. Do we teach for results? What strategies do we employ to ensure that the lessons we teach "stick" and students are able to draw on their knowledge to apply to…

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