The Barbados Museum and Historical Society series is entitled “Without An Education in Your Head… You Are Better Off Dead”: The Evolution of the Educational System in Barbados: Challenges and Opportunities.
The Lecture Series will run until Apr 25th with the following lectures:
The Challenges and Contribution of the Private Schools Since 1950 - Professor Pedro Welch
The Development of Teacher Training - Dr. Henderson Carter
Lecture and Panel Discussion: Educating the Differently Able - Challenges, Impact and Prospects
Lecture by: Dr Henderson Carter
Panelists: Dr. Junie Lynch, Wilmont Straughan, Senator Kerry-Ann Ifill
Moderator: Tracey Knight-Lloyd
The Museum as an Educational Resource - Ms Alissandra Cummins - Director, Barbados Museum
The Development, Challenges and Contribution of the Caribbean Examination Council - Glenroy Cumberbatch
Developments in Tertiary Education Since 1963 - Dr. Glenford Howe
The series will end on Apr 25th with a Panel Discussion entitled Changing Educational Policy Since 1950
Panelists: Dr David Browne and Dr Patrick Rowe
All lectures take place at the Queen's Park Steel Shed and begin at 7:15 p.m.
For more information:
Call: 246-537-9422 or 246-537-4392
Venue: Queen's Park Steel Shed, Queen's Park, St Michael
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