The teacher is at the heart of the curriculum and plays an integral role in shaping individuals. As such, the knowledge teachers possess and the strategies they utilize are important considerations in the delivery of the curriculum. This qualitative study reports on the knowledge and usage of context responsive pedagogy (CRP) based on five rural primary school teachers in Jamaica. CRP entails teaching and learning that is contextualized, given the peculiarities of the classroom. Data collection was carried out through interviews and observations.
The demand and supply for higher education are now global, and the trend in the global market for higher education is rapidly becoming even more global in character. University graduates will enter a global labour market; therefore, they want to:
1. graduate from a university with global recognition and international ranking;
2. be equipped with the highest quality education, and;
3. experience a global exposure to people, places, and cultures from as many countries as possible.