Use a general topic like reading comprehension in the first row. To look generally for articles with an international perspective, use foreign countries in the Subject heading field. See how this is used in the second row. To find articles with a specifically Caribbean perspecitve, search for keywords such as Jamaica*, Caribbean, etc. Use all three rows for a narrower focus.
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Hickling-Hudson, A. (2013). Theatre-arts pedagogy for social justice: Case study of the area youth foundation in Jamaica. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 15(2), 15-34.
Available to NSU students at: http://eric.ed.gov.ezproxylocal.library.nova.edu/?id=EJ1016204
Hutton, D. M. (2013). Training programme for secondary school principals: Evaluating its effectiveness and impact. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 8(1), 31-48.
Available to NSU students at: http://eric.ed.gov.ezproxylocal.library.nova.edu/?id=EJ1012995
Nero, S. J. (2014). De facto language education policy through teachers' attitudes and practices: A critical ethnographic study in three Jamaican schools. Language Policy, 13(3), 221-242.
Roofe, C. G., & Miller, P. (2013). "Miss, I am not being fully prepared": Student-teachers' concerns about their preparation at a teacher training institution in Jamaica. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(5), 14.
Available to NSU students at: http://eric.ed.gov.ezproxylocal.library.nova.edu/?id=EJ1014045
Stockfelt, S. (2015). Capital, agency, family and the diaspora: An exploration of boys' aspirations towards higher education in urban Jamaica. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 45(1), 5-25.
Williams, S. A., & Staulters, M. L. (2014). Instructional collaboration with rural educators in Jamaica: Lessons learned from an international interdisciplinary consultation project. Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation, 24(4), 307-329.
These dissertations are available in NSU's MARPs, Practicums, and Applied Dissertations database. Direct links are provided to full-text dissertations but NSU (email) ID is needed.