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Dr. Stacey Blackman

 

Dr. Stacey Blackman
Title: Lecturer in Special Education
Department: School of Education
Discipline: Education
Qualifications: PhD, University of Cambridge (2005); Certificate in Education Assessment (RQTU) British Psychological Society (2013)
Contact: Telephone no.: (246) 417-4429
Fax no: (246) 417-9615
E-mail: stacey.blackman@cavehill.uwi.edu
Teaching Areas: Inclusive and Special Education
Biography:
Stacey Blackman is a lecturer in Special Education at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill campus. She completed her first and second degrees at the University of the West Indies, and her PhD at Cambridge University (UK) as a Cambridge Commonwealth and Chevening Scholar. She was also a past Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Education at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill.

She is a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and member of many professional organisations such as the American Education Research Association (AERA), The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and the British Psychological Association. Her research addresses a broad range of topics and activities on teachers’ pedagogical practices, inclusion, pupil perspectives and wider issues related to persons with disabilities in the Caribbean region.
Research: Areas: Inclusive, special education, pupil perspective, disability studies

Projects: Investigation of Teaching and Learning in Special Education in Barbados (UNICEF)

 
Publications: Books
Conrad, D. A. & Blackman, S.N.J. (2018) (Eds). Responding to Learner Diversity and Difficulties. Information Age Publishing. ISBN Paperback: 9781641133326 Hardcover: 9781641133333 E-Book: 9781641133340

Blackman, S.N.J.& Conrad, D. A.  (2017) (Eds). Caribbean Discourse in Inclusive Education: Historical and Contemporary Issues. Information Age Publishing. ISBN Paperback: 9781681237978 Hardcover: 9781681237985 E-Book: 9781681237992


Journal Articles
Blackman, S., Conrad, D.A. & Philips, L. (2017). The pre-university experiences of persons with disabilities in Barbados and Trinidad. International Journal of Special Education, 33(2), 238-270.


Book Chapters
Blackman, S.N.J., Conrad, D.A. & Philip, L. (2018). Responding to barriers to inclusion: The voices of tertiary level students with disabilities in Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago, In, D. A. Conrad and S. N. J. Blackman (Eds).Responding to Learner Diversity and Difficulties (395-416). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing

Blackman, S.N.J., Williams, K., Conrad, D.A. & Abo Deeb-Gentile. (2018). Barbadian and Vincentian students’ understandings of difference, it’s tensions and student inclusion, In, D. A. Conrad and S. N. J. Blackman (Eds). Responding to Learner Diversity and Difficulties (369-394). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


 
Additional Information: Current research focuses on inclusion in the wider Caribbean and youth marginalization
 



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