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Mr Benignus Bitu's research interests are in teacher education, the teaching of History and Social Sciences, qualitative research and students' preparation for the 'world of work'.
Geofroy, S., Bitu, B., Barras, D., Lochan, S., Mc Leod, L., Stephens-James, L., & Valentine-Lewis, A. (2017). Emancipatory teaching practices in the understandings of Social Sciences teachers on a Diploma of Education programme. In J. Mena, A. García-Valcárcel, F. J. G. Peñalvo, M. Martín del Pozo (Eds.), Search and research: Teacher education for contemporary contexts (pp. 397-407). Salamanca, Spain: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca. ISBN: 978-84-9012-769-8
Bitu, B., Barras, D., Geofroy, S., Ali, S., Lochan, S., Mc Leod, L., Stephens-James, L., & Valentine-Lewis, A. (2017). Teachers’ views of the learning potential of students from low-income households: Challenges of inclusion. Caribbean Curriculum: Special Issue on Inclusive Education, Guest Editor Elna Carrington-Blaides, 25, 53-78.
Barras, D., Bitu. B., Geofroy, S., Lochan, S., McLeod, L., & Ali, S. (2016). Social Sciences teachers’ perceptions of transformatory learnings from an initial in-service professional development programme at The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, 2013-14. Caribbean Curriculum, 24, 2016, 75–99.