Mrs Nalini Ramsawak-Jodha's research interests include factors that contribute to effective classroom practice, Mathematics education and STEM Education.
- Kamalodeen, V., Figaro-Henry, S., Ramsawak-Jodha, N., & Dedovets, Z. (2017). The Development of Teacher ICT competence and confidence in using Web 2.0 tools in a STEM professional development initiative in Trinidad. Caribbean Teaching Scholar, 7, 25-46.
- Joong, P., Baker-Gibson, J., Chai, A., Ramsawak-Jodha, N., Welsh, D., & Wintz, P. (2016). STEM Strategies in Secondary Schools. In B. Ogunkola, & S. Blackman (Eds.), Transforming Learning: International Perspectives. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 157-203
- De Lisle, J., Harry, S. & Ramsawak-Jodha, N. (2018). Explaining and addressing implementation deficits in the global South: The case of Trinidad and Tobago. Paper presented at the International Congress of School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI), Singapore.
- De Lisle, J. & Ramsawak-Jodha, N. (2018). Which side is up for small island, Caribbean states: Is the Trinidad & Tobago education system really improving? Paper presented at the International Congress of School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI), Singapore.
- Ramsawak-Jodha, N., Dedovets, Z. & Jaggernauth, S. (2017). An investigation into PG Dip Ed students’ readiness for teaching, lesson planning and job satisfaction. Paper presented at the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Teacher Educators (TTATE) conference on Education. School of Education, St. Augustine, Trinidad.