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Dr Krishna Seunarinesingh

Research Interests

Dr Krishna Seunarinesingh's research centres on the teaching of writing at the primary and secondary school levels.

Selected Publications

  • De Lisle, J.; Seunarinesingh, K.; Mohammed, R., & Lee-Piggott, R. (2017). Using an iterative mixed-methods research design to investigate schools facing exceptionally challenging circumstances within Trinidad and Tobago. School Effectiveness and School Improvement.  10.1080/09243453.2017.1306570

  • Seunarinesingh, K.  (2014). Revisiting “Writing in spite of teachers: Issues in teaching writing (Trinidad and Tobago)” 20 years later. Caribbean Curriculum, 22, 35-66

  • Seunarinesingh, K. (2013). Creating rounded characters: Making cartoon connections. In Writing Strategies for All Students in Grades 4-6: Scaffolding Independent Writing Through Differentiated Mini-Lessons. Janet Richards and Cynthia Lassonde (Eds). (pp. 116-125, Chapter 12). New York: Corwin.

Selected Presentations

  • Seunarinesingh, K. (2015). Teaching Writing at Two Rural Schools in Trinidad & Tobago.  Paper presented to the Biennial Conference of The UWI Schools of Education, Barbados, June 1-4, 2015.
  • Seunarinesingh, K. (2015). In-Service Teachers’ Reflections on their Writing Interventions.  Paper presented to the Biennial Conference of The UWI Schools of Education, Barbados, June 1-4, 2015.

 

 

 

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