School of Education
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Dr. Ian Marshall

 

Dr. Ian Marshall
Title: Lecturer in Educational Leadership
Department: School of Education
Discipline: Education
Additional Titles: Academic Coordinator, Eastern Caribbean Joint Board of Teacher Education (ECJBTE), Associate Degree in Education programmes
Qualifications:
  • Ph.D. (Education) UWI, Cave Hill Campus             
  • DipEd (Secondary) UWI, Cave Hill Campus                           
  • M.Ed. (Educational Administration)UWI, Cave Hill Campus
  • B.A (Hons) UWI, Cave Hill Campus
Contact: Telephone no: (246) 417-4549
Fax no: (246) 417-9615
Email: ian.marshall@cavehill.uwi.edu
Teaching Areas: Undergraduate Courses:
  • EDEA2304 – Introduction to Educational Administration
  • EDEA3601 – Current Issues, Concerns and Problems in Educational Administration
  • EDEA3504 – Creating an Excellent School
 Graduate Courses:
  • EDLE 6000 – Fundamentals of Educational Administration and Organizational Behaviour
  • EDLE 6002– Human Relations Management in Education
  • EDLE 6001– Effective Leadership in Education
  • EDLE 6003– The Legal, Financial, and Industrial Relations Environment of Educational Leadership
Biography: Dr. Marshall is an educator with twenty-three (23) years teaching experience. He has worked as a teacher trainer and leadership development expert from 2009 to the present, in the capacity as Tutor in Educational Management and Administration, and Research Methods at the Erdiston Teachers, Training College in Barbados. He also functioned as the University Coordinator for the Diploma in Education (Primary) and the Certificate in Educational Management and Administration programmes delivered by Erdiston Teachers’ Training College.

Dr. Marshall is an Educational Consultant and travels throughout the Eastern Caribbean, training current and prospective educational leaders in leadership best practices. In addition Dr. Marshall works closely with principals and teacher trade unions in Barbados to deliver a number of professional development workshops for teachers at the primary and secondary level. His research interests include, but are not limited to, principal and teacher leadership, effective schools, parental involvement and student academic achievement.  

 
Research:
  • Parental Involvement
  • Principal Preparation
  • Student Academic Achievement
  • Teacher Leadership
  • Inclusive Education
Publications: Marshall, I. A. (2017).  Inclusivity or Exclusivity: An Educational Leadership Perspective. In Caribbean
Discourse in Inclusive Education (pp. 123-137). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
 
Marshall, I. A. (2015). Principal Leadership Style and Teacher Commitment among a Sample of Secondary School Teachers in Barbados. Journal of Arts and Humanities, 4(5), 43-58.
 
Marshall, I.A. (2015). Principal Leadership and Teacher Stress among a Sample of Secondary
School Teachers in Barbados. Caribbean Educational Research Journal, 3(1), 76-90.
 
Marshall, I.A. (2014). Principal Leadership Style and Teacher Satisfaction among a Sample of
Secondary School Teachers in Barbados. Caribbean Educational Research Journal, 2(2), 105-116.
 
Marshall, I.A., Fonkong-Mungal, C., & Browne, D.  (2014). Investigating the Relationship
between Parental Involvement and Student Academic Achievement in Barbados. Caribbean Educational Research Journal, 2(2) 3-13.
 
Marshall, I.A.  & Jackman, G. (2014). An Analysis of Progress Towards Achieving EFA Goal
6 - The Barbados Experience. International Research Journal for Quality in Education,1(3), 4-31.
 



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