Dr. Haynes-Brown has graduate degrees with specialized study in teacher education and teacher development. She also has a B. Ed degree in Spanish Education and teacher’s college diploma in Spanish/ Linguistics. Dr. Haynes-Brown has over 19 years of combined work experience in teaching that spans the primary, secondary and tertiary levels. She currently serves as the Coordinator of Undergraduate Programmes in the School of Education and Coordinator of the Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) Modern Language programme. She previously served as President of the Mixed Methods International Research Association – Caribbean Chapter (MMIRA-CC). Dr. Haynes-Brown has served as a resource person and consultant on local, regional and international professional development activities in teacher education and research. She is the author of a Ministry of Education approved Spanish resource text and she currently serves on the Modern Language Panel of the Caribbean Examinations Council.
Hordatt-Gentles, C., & Haynes-Brown, T. (2021). Latin American and Caribbean teachers’ transition to
online teaching during the pandemic: Challenges, Changes and Lessons Learned. Pixel
Bit. Media and Education Journal, 61, pp. 131 - 163.https://doi.org/10.12795/pixelbit.88054
Haynes-Brown, T., & Fetters, M. D. (2021). Using Joint Display as an Analytic Process: An
Illustration Using Bar Graphs Joint Displays from a Mixed Methods Study of How
Beliefs Shape Secondary School Teachers’ Use of Technology. International Journal of
Qualitative Methods, Vol. 20. https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406921993286
Haynes-Brown, T., & Shannon-Baker, P. (2021). Integrating video evidence in mixed methods
research: Innovations, benefits, and challenges for research exploring how beliefs shape
actions. Methods in Psychology, Vol. 5, pp. 2 -9.
Haynes-Brown, T. (2019). Ponte al día para Jamaica, Edición NSC.Hodder Education.
Haynes-Brown, T. (2015). Assessing the value and contribution of the e-Learning training on
teachers’ classroom practices. Caribbean Journal of Education. Vol. 36, Nos. 1&2. pp.
23 – 39.