Abstract

Date Presented 03/26/20

Effective education is situated in the local culture and context; however, it is not known how OT educators create a curriculum that is responsive to the local culture and context. This ethnographic case study demonstrated that educators responded to local cultural and contextual factors and student-learning needs specific to the Caribbean by using localizing strategies. Localizing strategies were processes and approaches that made the curriculum relevant to the local community.

Primary Author and Speaker: Bill Roberts

Contributing Authors: Barb Hooper

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