The Six Caribbean Food Groups Curriculum: An evaluation of different teaching methods at Primary Schools in Trinidad and Tobago by Grandison et al

“The Six Caribbean Food Groups Curriculum: An Evaluation of Different Teaching Methods at Primary Schools in Trinidad and Tobago” . Poor nutrition education can be associated with various chronic diseases such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and some cancer. The aims of this study was to compare the effectiveness of […]

Home Economics: Future proofing families for 21st century living by Prof. Donna Pendergast

“Home Economics: Future proofing families for 21st century living” Professor Donna Pendergast, Head and Dean  of Professional  Studies, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia. A dedicated  professional home economist, she traveled to Montego Bay, Jamaica to deliver the keynote address to over three hundred delegates at the 22nd biennial conference of the […]

Meeting the needs of the family in a changing world: Perspectives from the Caribbean

Audrey A. Jones-Drayton, M Ed. CPHE, IPHE Caribbean families have throughout history displayed remarkable resilience and a key reason for this has been their ability to modify and reconfigure themselves to suit their specific social and political context (James and Harris,1998; Chamberlain,1999). A culturally appropriate definition of the Caribbean family, […]