Rashida V Serrant-Davis

Rashida V Serrant-Davis: Unveiling the Visionary Educator

Meet Rashida V Serrant-Davis, an educator with over two decades of experience and a passion for transforming Caribbean education.

From founding afterschool literacy programs to completing courses in computational thinking, Rashida’s dedication to student success is evident.

Her book, Caribbean Educators’ Guide to Computational Thinking for Kindergarten to Form 5, is a comprehensive resource empowering educators to integrate computational thinking into every aspect of the curriculum.

Join us in celebrating Rashida’s commitment to shaping the future of education in the Caribbean.

Discover What's Inside

Get a solid introduction to each concept and teaching strategies for lower and upper primary & secondary classrooms.

Embark on a journey into the world of computational thinking with Rashida V Serrant-Davis, an educator on a mission to revolutionize Caribbean education.

  • Get insights into the essential principles of computational thinking, explained in clear and accessible language.
  • Discover innovative teaching strategies tailored for educators in the Caribbean, designed to empower students from Kindergarten to Form 5.
  • Explore practical interdisciplinary approaches that infuse computational thinking into core subject areas, enhancing student engagement and understanding.
  • Access a wealth of resources, including lesson plans and unplugged activities, to kickstart your journey towards teaching computer science with confidence.

Caribbean Educators’ Guide to Computational Thinking for Kindergarten to Form 5

$24.99 USD
Unlock the future of education in the Caribbean! PREORDER NOW Written for the English-speaking Caribbean, this must-have publication will revolutionize learning for a new generation. Order fulfillment begins in January 2024. Free delivery in Dominica. First 100 copies signed by the author.

Mastering the Craft: Rashida's Key Points to Success

  1. Introduction to Computational Thinking
  2. Personal Journey into Computer Science Education
  3. Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
  4. Learning Alongside Students
  5. Importance of Teaching Computational Thinking

Introducing IUBBA!!!!

The IUBBA puzzle- Interactive Unplugged Block-Based Algorithm (IUBBA, pronounced eye-YOU-buh), also created by Rashida V Serrant-Davis, is a valuable teaching tool for building core computational thinking skills such as deconstruction, pattern recognition, and algorithm building.  They can be used on table tops or on magnetic boards.

IUBBA Puzzle

Imagine the Possibilities

What if our children could learn the most critical skill set of the 21st century right here in Dominica, and then remain here and use it to improve their own beloved nation?