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Ministry of Education Republic of Trinidad and Tobago #18 Alexandra Street, St. Clair. TEACHER TRAINING IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. CONTEXT. Trinidad and Tobago has a population of approximately 1.3 Million 533 Primary Schools 337 Government Assisted Schools 139 Government Schools

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Ministry of education republic of trinidad and tobago 18 alexandra street st clair

Ministry of EducationRepublic of Trinidad and Tobago#18 Alexandra Street,St. Clair

TEACHER TRAINING

IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


Context

CONTEXT

  • Trinidad and Tobago has a population of approximately 1.3 Million

  • 533 Primary Schools

    • 337 Government Assisted Schools

    • 139 Government Schools

    • 57 Private Schools

      Primary School Population – Approx. 126,000 students

  • 152 Secondary Schools

    • 84 Government

    • 41 Government Assisted

    • 27 Private

      Secondary School Population – Approx. 86,000 students


Early childhood care and education ecce

EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION (ECCE)

180 Early Childhood Care and Education Centres

107 Government

73 Government Assisted (SERVOL)

683 Private Centres registered with the Ministry of Education

157 Unregistered Centres

ECCE Student Population – Approx. 12,000

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Value outcomes

VALUE OUTCOMES

Educate and Develop Children who are

  •  Able to fulfil their full potential

  •  Academically balanced

  • Healthy and Growing Normally

  • Well adjusted socially and culturally

  • Emotionally mature and happy


Established positions in teaching service

ESTABLISHED POSITIONS IN TEACHING SERVICE

PRIMARY


Secondary

SECONDARY


Established teaching positions ecce

Established Teaching Positions ECCE

CONTRACT POSITIONS


Non contract positions

NON CONTRACT POSITIONS


Key stakeholders

Key Stakeholders

  • Teachers and Principals

  • Students

  • Parents

  • National Parent Teachers Association

  • Government and Ministers

  • Tobago House of Assembly

  • Examination Bodies (Local, Regional and International)

  • Denominational Boards

  • Employees

  • Teaching Service Commission

  • TTUTA

  • Post Secondary and Tertiary Institutions

  • Textbook Writers and Publishers

  • Ministries (Security, Sport, Health, Finance etc.)


Range of teachers qualifications

Range of Teachers & Qualifications

PRIMARY


Secondary1

SECONDARY


Early childhood care and education ecce1

Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)

  • Teacher Administration – Bachelor in Education and 8 Years experience

  • Teacher – Bachelor in Education and 3-5 years experience

  • Teacher Assistant – 5 Ordinary Level Passes and ECCE Certificate Practicum

  • Teachers Aide/ Teaching Apprentice – 3 Ordinary Level Passes (including English Language), 1 year ECCE Training, 2 Years experience in ECCE


Teacher training policies

Teacher Training Policies

  • Pre Service Training

  • Mentoring

  • Continuous Professional Development

  • Teacher Assessment

  • Standards for Teaching

  • ICT in Education

  • ICT Professional Development Strategy

  • Learning Materials Production


Areas of teacher training

Areas of Teacher Training

  • Content Knowledge

  • Pedagogy and Strategy in Teaching Mixed Ability Students

  • Infusion of Technology in the Curriculum

  • Leadership and Management

  • Literacy and Numeracy

  • Curriculum

  • Classroom Management

  • Conflict Management

  • Assessment and Measurement


Ict teacher training

ICT TEACHER TRAINING

  • 650 Heads of Department and Teachers in ICT Infusion in the Curriculum

  • 148 Teachers in Computer Literacy

  • 1,200 Teachers in Digital Literacy Level I

  • 40 Teachers in Development of Open Educational Resources

  • 248 Teachers in e-Citizen and International Computer Driving License

  • 250 Teachers in Intel Tech Essentials Programme

  • 120 Teachers in Diploma in Educational Technology

  • 600 Teachers in Basic Computer Literacy

  • 112 Teachers in Information Technology


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