Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Julian Thomas and Sharon Bramwell-Lalor. (2019). The Relationship Between Grade 9 Students’ Attitudes to STEM and Their Achievement in Integrated Science. Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean; Special Issue - STEM Education in the Caribbean: Challenges, Goals, and Possibilities. Vol. 18 No. 1, pp. 73-102.
André Coy, Sherene James-Williamson, Sharon Bramwell-Lalor, Novelette Sadler-McKnight, Natalie McLean, Venkateswara Rao Penugonda and Marcia Rainford. (2019). A Review of a Tertiary Level Institution’s Initiative for Enhancing Education in STEM at the Secondary School Level. Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean; Special Issue - STEM Education in the Caribbean: Challenges, Goals, and Possibilities. Vol. 18 No. 1, pp. 132-182.
Ferguson, T. & Gordon, T. (2019). ‘Miss, this is a lot of work’: Exploring part-time students’ experiences of qualitative research. The Qualitative Report, 24(11), 2708-2721.
Special Issue, Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean (JEDIC) Vol. 18 No. 1, 2019. "STEM education in the Caribbean: Challenges, goals, and possibilities". Guest Editors: Dr. Aldrin E. Sweeney and Dr. Lois George
Loraine D. Cook, L., Moore, S., Haynes-Brown, T., McCalla, R., Thwaites, K., Weaver, L., Williams-McBean, C., Weaver, S., & McCarthy-Curvin, A (2019). A methodological review of mixed methods research studies from selected journals in the Caribbean. International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 11(3), pp. 277–297.
Escayg, K-A. & Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2019). Promoting a positive racial identity in young African Caribbean children: An anti-colonial approach. Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education 4(2) 29-36.
Hardacre, C. & Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2019). Authentic Family Learning: Exploring the Purpose of Intergenerational Education Initiatives in Jamaica and England through Cross-Cultural Conversation. Journal of Childhood Studies, 44(5), 85-102
Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2019). Using socio-cultural lens to explore adult-child interactions in Jamaica’s child care settings. International Journal of Early Years Education. doi: 10.1080/09669760.2019.1685469
Ison, M., Kinkead-Clark, Z. & Berry, C. (2019). Reconceptualizing and Infusing STEM in the Early Childhood Jamaican Classrooms. The Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean 18 (1) 1-20.
Kinkead-Clark, Z. & Hardacre, C. (2019). Unpacking the mechanisms shaping perceptions of quality as illuminated by cross cultural conversations between early years educators from Britain and Jamaica. Journal of Childhood Studies. DOI: 10.18357/jcs444201919208
Kinkead-Clark, Z., & Escayg, K. (2019). Getting it Right from the Start. A Retrospective and Current Examination of Infant and Toddler Care in Jamaica. Occasional Paper Series, 2019 (42). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2019/iss42/9
Kinkead-Clark, Z., Burns, S., & Abdul-Majied, S. (2019). Actualising children’s rights through early childhood education and care; a focus on the Caribbean. Journal of Early Childhood Research. DOI: 10.1177/1476718X19875765
Roofe, C. (2019). Curriculum Policy and Practice in Jamaican Primary Schools: An Analysis of School Leaders’ and Teachers’ Experiences. Caribbean Journal of Education, 41 (2).
Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2019). INSIGHTS in Jamaica: using temperament based approaches to negotiate the terrains of crisis in Jamaican early years classrooms. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education. DOI: 10.1080/10901027.2019.1609142
Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2019). Social violence and the young child; implications for early years teacher education. A Jamaican and Belizean case study. Early Child Development and Care. doi: 10.1080/03004430.2019.1622537
Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2019). Exploring children’s play in early years learning environments. How do the beliefs of teachers’ inform children’s play? Journal of Early Childhood Research. DOI. 10.1177/1476718X19849251
Williams-McBean, C. (2019). The Value of a Qualitative Pilot Study in a Multi-Phase Mixed Methods Research. The Qualitative Report 24 (5), 1055-1064