QUALIFICATIONS

2017            Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

2012 – 2016 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Tasmania, Australia

Thesis: Teachers’ Confidence with Technology: Perceptions of the Impact of a

Student Laptop Computer Program in Trinidad and Tobago.

Graduate Certificate in Research, University of Tasmania, Australia

Completed units:

XGR 501 - Introduction to Higher Degree by Research

XGR 502 - Communicating Research

BMA 417 - Quantitative and Qualitative analysis

ELT 501 - Foundations of University Learning and Teaching

Additional Units:

ELT 506 - Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching

ESG 799 – Teaching Digital Technologies

1997 – 1999 Certificate in Education, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago.

Specialisation: Literacy Studies

1992 - 1995 Master of Education in Special Education, University of Sheffield, England.

Thesis: Comparison between the Academic Achievement of Hearing Impaired

Students and Hearing Students of the Same Class in a Mainstream School in

South Trinidad.

1989 – 1992 Diploma in Special Education, University of Sheffield, England.

1973 -1975 Teachers’ Diploma, Mausica Teachers’ College, Trinidad and Tobago

Minor qualifications

July- Aug '06 Pre-School Curriculum. High Scope Educational Research, Kuwait.

2000 - 2001 Supervisory Management Course. Technical Institute, Trinidad and Tobago.

Oct -Dec '95 Computing for Managers. Technical Institute, Trinidad and Tobago.

Teacher Registration

2011 - Registered Teacher with the Teachers’ Registration Board of Tasmania (TRBT

No. 19502).

1975 - Registered Teacher with the Ministry of Education in Trinidad and Tobago

(Registration No. 15815).


PEDAGOGIC EXPERIENCE

Australia

2012-2013 University of Tasmania - Tutor in MTeach Program

EMT603: Inclusive Practices in Educational Settings.

EMT 511: Foundations of Literacy: Teaching and Reading .

2012 -           Relief Teacher at Government and Catholic primary schools in Hobart

Jul - Dec 11  Student Support Services at the Friends’ School in Hobart


Kuwait

Jul 08 - Jun 11 Kuwait,  Fawzia Sultan International School (Special Needs School - Grade 10 - 12)

Jul 06 - Jun 08  Kuwait,  Hope School for Special Needs (K - Grade1)


United States of America

Aug 05-Jun 06 Charlestowne Academy, Charleston, SC, USA Inclusive Education Teacher for Grade 7-12.

Aug 03-May 05 Pepperhill Elementary School, Charleston, SC, USA Special Education Teacher.

Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies

May 98-Jun 03 Special Education Coordinator at the Ministry of Education

Sep 75-Aug76 North Trace Government Primary School, Trinidad and Tobago

AWARDS AND OTHER

Awards

1973-1795 Government of Trinidad and Tobago Scholarship to Mausica Teachers’ College.

2004 Runner up for the Cultural Educator Ambassador Award for South Carolina, Visiting International Faculty program.

2005 Cultural Educator Ambassador Award for South Carolina, Visiting International Faculty program. 

Voluntary Services

2016 Mentoring Lecturers from the School of Engineering 

1995 - 2003 Created, planned programs, and managed a learning space for 75 students

who needed extra instructions in different academic areas in the South

Eastern Education District of Trinidad and Tobago.

2015 - Corresponding member of UNESCO International Federation of Information

Processing Technical Committee TC3 - Education, Working Group WG 3.3:

Research into Educational Applications of Information Technologies.

Hobbies

Chess, tennis, hiking, and cooking


PUBLICATIONS

Papers presented at conferences

Jaikaran-Doe, S. 2013. Investigating secondary school teachers’ technological pedagogical

content knowledge in Trinidad and Tobago. University of Tasmania Research (SEiR)

Conference 2013. 'Beyond Candidature –Exploring Local and Global Research

Pathways'. Hobart, Tasmania.

Jaikaran-Doe, S. (2015). LEM-LT: Analytical educational framework for the eConnect and

Learn program. Paper presented at the IFIP TC3 Working Conference. A New

Culture of Learning: Computing and Next Generations (pp. 110 -120). Vilnius,

Lithuania. Retrieved from http://www.ifip2015.mii.vu.lt/file/repository/IFIP_Proceedings_July_21.pdf

Jaikaran-Doe, S. (2015). Parallel Analysis: Accuracy in factor retention. Paper presented at

the IFIP TC3 Working Conference. A New Culture of Learning: Computing and Next

Generations (pp. 418-421). Vilnius, Lithuania. Retrieved from

http://www.ifip2015.mii.vu.lt/file/repository/IFIP_Proceedings_July_21.pdf

Turner, L., Wood, D., Jaikaran-Doe, S. & Doe, P. (2015). Investigating students’ engagement

in an engineering degree through technology enhanced learning. Paper presented at

the IFIP TC3 Working Conference. A New Culture of Learning: Computing and Next

Generations. (pp. 436-441) Vilnius, Lithuania. Retrieved from

http://www.ifip2015.mii.vu.lt/file/repository/IFIP_Proceedings_July_21.pdf

Jaikaran-Doe, S., Fluck, A. & Hay, I. (2016).  Exploring teachers' confidence to integrate technology

in Trinidad and Tobago. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference program,

27 November - 01 December, Melbourne.

Papers published in journals

Jaikaran-Doe, S., & Doe, P.E. (2015). Synthesis of survey questions that accurately

discriminate the elements of the TPACK framework. Australian Educational

Computing, 30(1), 1-29.

Jaikaran-Doe, S., & Doe, P.E. (2016). Assessing technological pedagogical content

knowledge of engineering academics in an Australian regional

university. Australasian Journal of Engineering Education Retrieved from

http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/22054952.2015.1133515

Published Theses

Jaikaran-Doe, S. (2016). Teachers’ Confidence with Technology: Perceptions of the Impact

of a Student Laptop Computer Program in Trinidad and Tobago. (Doctoral Thesis).

University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education, Hobart.

Mohammed, S. (1995). A Comparison between the Academic Achievement of Hearing

Impaired Students and Hearing Students of the Same Class in a Mainstream School in

South Trinidad (M.Ed.) Dissertation. University of Sheffield, Division of Education.

Hobart, May 2016