AbstractThe second issue of Volume 3 of the Caribbean Teaching Scholar focuses on classroom events and practices: as we move towards learning-centredness unearthing how students engage and how our practices facilitate that engagement. Two articles in particular are at the heart of this focus while a third examines how we may get there. The other articles, including a tale from the field, reference our practice, our building of community and the pragmatism in our approach.
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