Research Consortium for Belizean Studies

Research Consortium for Belizean Studies

 
The Research Consortium for Belizean Studies (RCBS) is a collaborative effort between UT Tyler and other Consortium for Belize Educational Cooperation (COBEC) institutions to create a structured support system for Belize and U.S. scholars engaged in research in Belize. The RCBS's goals are to collaborate and partner with Belizean and US scholars, institutions, and educators; expand our collective capacity; and contribute to the development of elementary, secondary, and higher education in Belize.

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Submissions from 2020

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Team Leadership Webinar Series, JOHN KEMPPAINEN

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Leadership in rural Central American villages, Yanira Oliveras, Wesley Hickey, and Jennifer S. Jones

Submissions from 2019

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Educational Leadership in a Mayan Village in Southern Belize: Challenges faced by a Mayan woman principal, Yanira Oliveras and Wesley Hickey

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The impact of short-term study abroad on teachers’ self-efficacy and understanding of diversity, Yanira Oliveras, Wesley Hickey, and Joanna Neel

Submissions from 2018

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Agricultural Information Needs and Food Access in the Stann Creek District of Belize, Sam E. Harris and Donna L. Graham

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Transforming education in Belize, Yanira Oliveras and Wesley Hickey

Submissions from 2017

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Doctoral Dissertation: Belizean teachers’ perceptions of Intercultural Bilingual Education as a language preservation tool: A Q Methodology Study, Enita E. Barrett

Submissions from 2015

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Principal perceptions of strategies to increase effectiveness of educational non-governmental organizations in southern Belize, Wesley Hickey

Submissions from 2014

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Ethnography of educational leadership in Belize and the United States, Wesley Hickey, Ross Sherman, Vance Vaughn, and Becky Rutledge

Submissions from 2013

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Doctoral Dissertation: The Leadership Roles of Secondary Schools Department Heads at Two Government Schools in Belize, Ethel Mae Arzu Hernandez

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Readiness for active student engagement: Principals' perceptions related to the challenges of hands-on activities in a district of Belize, Wesley Hickey and Ross Sherman

Submissions from 2012

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Evaluation Change: Building Rural Teacher Capacity through International Partnerships, Peggy Gill and Joyce Nuner

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International partnerships: A model for educational organizations, Wesley Hickey, Janice M. Achtem, and Joyce Nuner

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Corporate Social Responsibility: A Helping Hand for a Better Belize, Sharmayne Saunders

Submissions from 2011

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Analyzing principal perceptions of educational purpose in southern Belize through scholar-practitioner research, Wesley Hickey and Peggy Gill

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A scholar-practitioner approach to international mentoring through collaborative partnerships, Wesley Hickey, Peggy Gill, and Cathy Amonett

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Scholar practitioner inquiry as international action research: Surveying leadership perceptions of principals in the Toledo district of Belize, Wesley Hickey, Peggy Gill, and Lakesha Brown

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Educational computer use in the schools of southern Belize, Wesley Hickey, Peggy Gill, Joyce Nuner, and Rowan Ljungdahl